This promotional video gives a little introduction to 3D Printing and the world of additive manufacturing
Here are some cool products that came from a 3D Printer. (toy gun, Inca model and some Hoover tube attachments). Imagine not having to go to the store to get these! These were all done in a home.
In Normal 3d Printing, First, the printer prepares the printing chamber. Then, the model is printed by shooting colored glue on layer by layer of plaster powder. When all layers have been printed, the model can be dug out of the printing chamber with the help of a vacuum cleaner that is built into the […]
She feels that she is late to the 3D Printing game. She designs pots and pans, dishes, hundreds of products. So here is a true mainstream user of 3D Printing.
This analyst feels that the Industrial Market for 3D Printing is larger than the consumer market. With 7 Different 3D Printing technologies, she feels hopeful on 3D Systems and Stratasys.
This 3D printer makes objects that look, smell, and feel like wood. As 3D Printing Technology gets better and better, more and more applications and materials are being perfected.
Here is a quick fun 3D Printing Video which shows a 3D Printed Coffee Cup, being made before your eyes. Enjoy this 3D Printing demonstration and maybe your next cup of coffee will be 3D Printed? Maybe you want to invest in a 3D Printed Startup which makes these?
Can we 3d Print a car? And can it be a green car? 3D Printing uses such little waste to begin with, that we are working with green technology. But how green is a green 3D Printed Car? Watch this quick video and see.
Not everybody has a 3D printer at home. They still are not the easiest things in the world to use, especially for those of us without much in the way of technology or DIY skills. This is why we’re so excited about Dreambox— it’s an on-demand 3D printing vending machine that takes care of all […]
Frontman of the musical talent Bloc Party, Kele Okereke, has combined his passion for making music with the booming technology of 3D printing and created the world’s first full song to be 3D printed on a record. Okereke stumbled upon this idea while reading about Instructables software engineer Amanda Ghassaei using a Stratasys 3D printer […]
GE has designated Dec. 3 as the official 3D Printing Day, and has also launched a new campaign to promote 3D printing gifts for Christmas.
3D Systems and Motorola Mobility LLC, a Google company, have entered into a multi-year development agreement to create a continuous high-speed 3D printing production platform and fulfillment system. Users will have the ability to customize their smartphone with functional and design choices. Read more here: Google Enters 3D Printing Arena
Apple has filed 5 new patent applications on the process of using Liquidmetal to build the next generation of smartphones, tablets and digital displays. Apple’s patent applications also relate to 3D printing and how 3D printing technology would be used to build certain devices with Liquidmetal.
TV and film special effects company, Legacy Effects, utilizes 3D printers in the development of movie props and costumes.
Wired magazine talks about Desktop Manufacturing (another term for 3D Printing.) His focus is schools and getting the breed of makers into the mix. Desktop, Personal and easy to use makes it a vector for ideas.
Coral reefs are disappearing at a rapid rate around the world as pollution, overfishing, coastal development, and global warming are all playing a significant part in this alarmingly fast decline. In the Persian Gulf, coastal and off shore developments have left the coral reef ecosystems severely damaged in the waters off of Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, […]
In this report, the global 3D printing is segmented on the basis of technology, material, application, and geography. The technology segment comprises of Stereo lithography (SLA), Laser Sintering, Electron Beam Melting (EBM), Fused Disposition Modeling (FDM), Laminated Object manufacturing (LOM), Three Dimensional Inkjet printing (3DP), and other proprietary technologies.
Here is a video from the Shapeways store in NYC. The CEO mentions that his firm prints 100,000 items each month. The 3D Printing Trade Associations confirm this.
Below, watch a little boy get a custom-fitted 3D-printed mask for his Halloween costume! First, his head is scanned from several different angles, then an engineer uses CAD (computer aided design) to build a duck bill that custom fits the boy’s head! Say goodbye to waiting in line at the Halloween store or crowding in […]
As the 2013 golf season is coming to a close for some of us, we look back at the 2013 season and think about the amount of time, money, and effort spent this season out on the course. One might look back on those beautiful, mid summer afternoons and reminisce on the good rounds, the […]
Natural Machines can 3D print food – pasta, ravioli, even chocolate! One of their goals is to keep the food natural, appetizing, and free from additives that tend to scare customers even without the science fiction feel of 3D printing.
We already know this, but with a 3D printer we can print all kinds of fun toys! In the video below, we’re shown just how strong a 3D-printed object can be! A man stands on a 3D-printed object ‘infiltrated,’ or soaked in powerful oil, to make it withstand his weight!
Will we print what we need on the moon? The European space agency yes….3.5 meters in 60 minutes and a building built in a single week!
The people at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) are “global leaders in providing technology-enabled business solutions and services” in order to aid clients with solutions to their biggest challenges. They held a discussion with experts in the 3D printing industry touching upon the effects the technology could have on manufacturing and their supply chains moving forward. […]