Alterfact is an experimental design studio created by Lucile Sciallano and Ben Landau in 2014. They push boundaries of a traditionally plastic-based medium and use clay instead to print cool 3D clay pottery. Alterfact has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
Will the first 3d printed car be ready by 2019? Check out this 3d printing video and see if you think it will!
Enjoy this fun time elapsed 3D Printing Video and see the newest Star Wars 3D printed figure!
This Japanese anime is a fun way to see how they feel about 3D Printing Japanese cartoons. The publisher of this took our 3D Printing Elearning course and proceeded to get into the 3D printing business!
I can’t believe how crazy good the lion turned out! Which one was your favourite and what would you like to turn into a lithophane? I sincerely hope you found this video interesting to watch, and I would very much appreciate if you could spend 1 second and give this video a like, thank you! […]
We’d like to share with you a timelapsed video of Snapmaker 3D printing a vase (L 64.5 x W 64.5 x H 80.0mm), from start to finish, including the removal of the print from the heated bed. We used 1.75mm PLA filament and 0.2mm layer height. It took approximately 1 hour and 19 minutes. The […]
See this quick 3D printing video and watch how a youtube expert 3D Prints his own illusions!
But the 3D Printed snake has moving parts and was done all in one single print.
The world’s first 3D-printed hotel suite is located in the Philippines. Planning a vacation to the Philippines? Consider staying at the Lewis Grand Hotel, where a newly-printed room awaits its first guests. You read that right. The hotel, which is located in Angeles City, Pampanga, has the world’s first 3D-printed hotel suite. READ MORE […]
3D Printed Guitars? How Do They Sound?
For many people, decorating their home and Christmas trees with ornaments is one of the most enjoyable ways to capture the magic and excitement of the holidays. Although Christmas trees first appeared in America in the 1700s, the emergence of the modern Christmas tree actually dates back to 15th and 16th century Germany. Evergreens were […]
Adidas unveiled the future of performance footwear with Futurecraft 3D, a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole which can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot. We have developed proprietary 3D printing technology, delivering a “first of its kind” product in an entirely new way. Our 3D-printed material not only allows us to […]
It all starts with making a virtual design of the object you want to create. This virtual design is made in a CAD (Computer Aided Design) file using a 3D modeling program (for the creation of a totally new object) or with the use of a 3D scanner (to copy an existing object). A 3D […]
Here is the fist 3D Printed Violin review. They call it the 3Dvarius. And it is the first fully playable electric violin created by the 3D printing technology !
A new study from consulting giant McKinsey says factories are the next fertile ground for the “Internet of things.” While the current trend toward automation and reduction of standard factory floor staff will continue, Kaas added that “any skill set which truly requires handling of data and analytics” will be highly in demand for manufacturers […]
Delcam CRISPIN announces winner of its Global Footwear Design Competition The winning design in Delcam CRISPIN’s footwear design competition Delcam CRISPIN – in partnership with www.3DSHOES.com – has chosen the winner of its Global Footwear Design Competition. Ekaterina Gapeeva, a shoe designer from Minsk in Belarus, was chosen as the overall winner from the many […]
This video was originally produced by the Disseny Hub museum and gallery in Barcelona. It provides a graphic vision of the 3DP today and in the future. The question is, “what is the current state-of-the-art, and what remains fiction’ – you decide. While it is an interesting video it doesn’t go heavily into 3D printing […]
One of the fashion show’s headliners was American artist Joshua Harker, considered to be a pioneer in 3D printing in art and culture. “His work performed up to the smallest detail, breaking ‘the brink of what is possible in the design and production’” said Maria Yanchauskayte, Geek Picnic PR Manager. Other 3D printing designers at […]
Part 2 of the printing project using Autodesk and other tools for remote, collaborative 3d printing. It uses many 3D printing materials to get the job done. And uses people to do it from all over.
Scott Hudson is a professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute. He developed the felting printer with backing from Disney Research Pittsburgh. The printer works similarly to a regular 3D printer, except it uses yarn instead of plastic spools to create the layers. A felting needle pushes through the yarn, attaching it together. It’s […]
As the 3D Printing Industry gets “cooler” more and more things come out. These Dice represent a lot of cool/geeky things in one place – 3D Printing, RPG’s, Geometry and ancient notions of the nature of the universe – so, plenty of stuff for me to talk about. The set I show is the Steampunk […]
Fred Hagemeister, University of Richmond, discusses 3D Printing at the ACS Instructional Technologists Meeting at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida. “3-D printing”—the popular name for “additive manufacturing”—has been identified as one of the coming cluster of “disruptive” technologies. Expectations are that it will be a way—not the only way—to make all sorts of stuff. Food. […]
If you were like me as a kid, you loved building all types of things with legos. Well the Dutch have taken it to a whole new level. The first 3d-printed house is currently underway. The canal houses that have made Amsterdam so iconic are undergoing an update. The Kamermaker 3d-printer, or room-builder is being […]
I saw the title for this video and initially thought that this company had come up with a way to 3d-print glass lenses. Printing optical lenses has been accomplished just recently by Dutch company LUXeXceL using plastic. However, many complications arise when printing glass. The temperatures required to heat ‘sand’ to actually melt into glass […]