We’ve all seen drones, whether on TV or in-person, and we’ve all seen 3D printers, too. A 3D printed drone, therefor doesn’t sound too impressive, considering they require typical mechanical parts. The thing is, like with most 3D printed objects, a 3D printed drone doesn’t exactly sound like a great investment, due to the quality […]
Mosaic Manufacturing – Keep your 3D printer and expand its potential. The Palette lets your 3D printer create an entirely new range of items! Tiko 3D – The unibody 3D printer. Voltera – The Voltera V-One enables circuit boards to be prototyped within minutes, eliminating the frustrations with traditional fabrication processes and drastically reducing hardware […]
The past few years we have witnessed 3D printing transition from a niche hobby to a mainstream practice seen all over the show floors of electronics expos. There is a definite use for 3D printing out there, the problem is that your average consumer doesn’t know what they would use a 3D printer for, besides […]
A construction firm in china has just 3D printed the world’s tallest structure, a five-story apartment building, and an enormous mansion. More 3D Printing innovations are coming out of China as it seeks to be the world leader in 3D Printing technology.
Lady Liberty wasn’t the only gift the French people gave to The States. Right now, a French-based enterprise is assisting in the same American Renaissance we’ve been covering this week here at Tomorrow in Review. I’m talking, of course, about the additive manufacturing or 3-D printing revolution. Over the months, we’ve covered key companies that […]
1. Bikini Continuum, a maker of 3D printed clothing, designed the N12 bikini without any seams or sewing. It’s made of a polymer called Nylon 12, which the company says is “waterproof and remarkably comfortable when wet.” 2. Puppy wheelchair Deadrick, president of 3D manufacturing and design company 3dyn, designed a custom-built wheelchair for TurboRoo. […]
Take a look at our 3D Printing predictions and trends for 2015. Do you want to read the full 3D Printing article? Read about materials, education, 3D printing predictions and how large firms will address the 3D Printing Industry.
Scotty allows teleporting inanimate physical objects across distance. Each Scotty unit consists of an off-the-shelf 3D printer that we have extended with a 3-axis milling machine, a camera, and a microcontroller for encryption/decryption and transmission. Users place an object into the sender unit, enter the address of a receiver unit, and press the teleport button. […]
There are multiple techniques that are used to produce 3D printed medical models for trial purposes. For example, there are multiple types of 3D printing: 1) Stereolithography This technique uses a UV laser light which focus on phot- reactive resin working in an additive manner to create a solid object. 2) Fused Deposition Modeling This […]
PlasticBank.org has printed the world’s first 3D printing filament from recycled ocean plastic. The video shows the journey of collecting the plastic from the shorelines of Alaska, the sorting, recycling and a successful print from HPDE which is a very difficult plastic type for 3D printing. Selecting a hard to print but commonly found plastic […]
This 3D Printing Video was created with a PowToon app. The European guest does a nice simple explanation of 3D Printing and it’s uses. He talks about 3D Printing Materials as well.
Here is an unusual use for 3D Printing! What kind of 3D Printing Plastic did they use for this?
The recent growth in popularity of 3D printing has ushered in a revolutionary way to interact with big data. Using a 3D printed mockup of a physical environment, one can display information in a unique way and show real-time data patterns. READ MORE What’s Next in 3D Printing? Avi Reichental tours us through the possibilities […]
3D Printing CEO caught at a moment’s notice at a crowded 3D Printing convention. Here the CEO of cy3dprinting speaks with us for a few moments about the 3D Printing Industry.
3D printers aren’t as commonly used by average consumers in Korea due to its huge price tag. The hardware sells at around 2-thousand U.S. dollars. In order to break down such economic barriers, 3D-Developer, founded by its parent trading company, Mirae International Trade,… launched a leasing and rental program for the public. “We want to […]
How long did it take to print this chair? An FDM machine on steroids! I wonder what CAD software they are using..
The metals machine is being featured here. Here is a demonstration of the parts being made on site. The 3D Printing revolution continues!
Advantage 3D Solutions is a customer focused, technology driven company. We represent industry leading manufacturers, like 3D Systems, to provide our customers with world-class additive manufacturing solutions. Advantage 3D Solutions feels that in order to stay viable it is imperative to be a forward thinking company, which is why we are constantly looking ahead for […]
3D Printing Cement Printer works at 32 degrees and prints in concrete. Yes concrete. The 3D Printing revolution continues!
This a cute video showing a DIY kit from Adafruit. Open source and works with most 3D Printers, even Amazon’s Best Selling 3D Printers
Here is the first-ever miniature 3D-printed chocolate, sugar candy and plastic toy 2015 Ford Mustangs. The chocolate 3D printer is an all-new prototype, and the chocolate Mustangs are warmed and finished after for a dark chocolate glow. What kind of 3d printer kit did they use for this? And how is it on gas?
The 3-D printing in Zero-G technology demonstration experiment will show that a 3-D printer can work normally in space. A 3-D printer extrudes streams of heated plastic, metal or other material, building layer on top of layer to create three-dimensional objects. Testing a 3-D printer on the space station is the first step towards establishing […]
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tibbits and researchers from the firms Stratasys and Autodesk Inc were trying to come up with a way of describing objects they were creating on 3D printers… objects that not only could be printed, but thanks to geometric code, could also later change shape and transform on their own. […]
Today it seems there is another mysterious box that has fascinated the public. This time, the box can generate tangible, three-dimensional objects from nothing. The magic of 3D printing is, however, very real and without artifice. Not unlike “The Turk,” people seem to have become entranced by the possibilities of this technology and what it […]