Discover these Cost-Effective Techniques for Creating Realistic Prototypes, Molds, Functional Machines, and More It’s clear that desktop 3D printing has had a dramatic impact on how professionals work and what students learn. However, for all this value, many overlook what’s possible with the 3D printed objects themselves.
Martijn Joris, co-founder of the Antwerp-based startup Twikit, has a passion for 3D creation, making, and 3D printing. His company is pioneering a new way of customized digital production and is rapidly carving its place in the 3D printing world. Twikit builds 3D customization tools for brands, retailers and designers that allow consumers to create their own unique products and bring them to life with 3D printing.
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Here’s a strong statement: One of the chairs that made its debut at Clerkenwell Design Week in London might actually change lives. Among abstract panel discussions and amorphous pavilions, experience design agency Layer announced the world’s first 3D-printed consumer wheelchair. The GO wheelchair was presented as a prototype—the first project under Layer’s new research division, LayerLAB, spearheaded by agency founder Benjamin Hubert.
Happy Face (New Face!) by loubie Three weeks ago, we discussed a case of an eBay seller here on our blog who was violating the rights of several Thingiverse users. The seller was offering prints of Thingiverse designs on eBay while completely ignoring the licenses our users attached to these designs
Blender is one of the most popular 3D modeling programs used by the 3D printing community ( see here ). That’s why we decided to make the lives of Blender artists a bit easier
Japan’s oldest carmaker, Daihatsu and American 3D printing company Stratasys have come together to let Daihatsu Copen owners design their own car panels and have them made to order. Utilizing the unique changeable panel system on the open sports car, special panels will accept costumer designed elements with new shapes and textures.
Japan’s oldest carmaker, Daihatsu and American 3D printing company Stratasys have come together to let Daihatsu Copen owners design their own car panels and have them made to order. Utilizing the unique changeable panel system on the open sports car, special panels will accept costumer designed elements with new shapes and textures. This personalized driving experience was recently proven by Designers Kota Nezu and Junjie Sun on their “Effect Skins” project and Gizmag went along to the 2015 Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo to see the results.
We’ve often been asked for batch operations in the ‘My Objects’ library; having the possibility to delete multiple objects at the same time, or to organize them into groups or folders. A few weeks ago, we started offering that functionality as part of our Beta Program.