3D Printing Products – 3D Printed Parts Lined Up At 3D Conference

3D Printing Products – 3D Printed Parts Lined Up At 3D Conference

3d printed products on display at 3d printing show from 3dprintingindustry on Vimeo.

The manufacturing technique should be very flexible, to boot. We already knew that 3D Systems would be making conductive ink (with the help of Carnegie Mellon University and X5 Systems) to print working parts, like antennas. However, it will also print parts in a “full spectrum” of colors, including transparencies; there’s a possibility that you’ll get parts for your Project Ara phone in the exact hues you want. You’ll still have to wait until 2015 to get a modular mobile device of your own, but you’ll at least know how it came into being.

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[…] 3d printed products on display at 3d printing show from 3dprintingindustry on Vimeo. The manufacturing technique should be very flexible, to boot. We already knew that 3D Systems would be making conductive ink (with the help of Carnegie Mellon University and X5 Systems) to print working parts, like antennas. However, it will also print parts in a full spectrum of colors, including transparencies; there s a possibility that you ll get parts for your Project Ara phone in the exact hues you want. You ll still have to wait until 2015 to get a modular mobile device of your own, but you ll at least know how it came into being. Subscribe to our newsletter!  […]

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