Suffering from a chest wall sarcoma (a type of cancerous tumour that grows, in this instance, around the rib cage), the 54 year old man needed his sternum and a portion of his rib cage replaced. This part of the chest is notoriously tricky to recreate with prosthetics, due to the complex geometry and design […]
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 […]
At Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VT), Christopher Williams heads the effort to further advance 3-D printing–known among engineers as additive manufacturing–with copper, a widely used conductor in electronics. Williams is using a process called binder jetting in which an inkjet printer selectively jets glue into a bed of copper powder, layer-by-layer. The printed […]
A 3D Printed Cube printed in red strong and flexible plastic. Why is it unusual? Did the founder take on online 3D printing class?
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 !
The FDA has approved the first prescription drug made using 3D printing. When will the second 3D Printed drug happen?
3D Printed Duplicate Key This App Lets Anyone 3-D Print “Do-Not-Duplicate” Keys A group of University of Michigan researchers released a new web-based tool that lets users 3-D print any of thousands of “restricted” keys designed to defy copying attempts. Read the Michigan researchers’ full paper: Replication Prohibited: Attacking Restricted Keyways with 3D Printing
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 […]
Here are some fun things you can make with a 3D Printer. This is a good way to show the capabilities of 3D Printing.
Check out the 3D Printing MBA. It will keep companies from spending way too much on unnecessary expenses and teaching the business side of 3D Printing. In coordination with the Association of 3D Printing, the course promises to keep entrepreneurs and executives on track for the fundamentals of running any 3D Printing business. 3D Printing […]
Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo – West Coast’s Largest 3D Printing Show! Inside 3D Printing is returning to Santa Clara on October 20-22! Since its inception in 2013, the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo has quickly grown to become the largest professional 3D printing event worldwide. Inside 3D Printing Santa Clara will feature […]
The TIKO looks quite impressive with its UNIBODY design creating one solid piece thus eliminating all the problems like mis-alignments, constant calibration and inaccurate prints that came with separate rail 3d printing systems.
3D Printing Companies – Which 3D Printing Firms Will Succeed? from Bill Decker Here is a quick 3D Printing slide show talking about potential successes and failures in 3D Printing
Redwood City-based Carbon3D – which developed Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) – a 3D printing technology that grows parts from UV curable resins at speeds as much as 25 to 100 times faster than conventional 3D printing processes. The resulting parts boast mechanical properties that are applicable for a range of vehicle needs.
Dr Muhanad Hatamleh from King’s College Hospital in London speaks with Disruptive Magazine about how 3d printing is helping surgeons cut operating times while delivering a better and more inclusive experience for patients requiring reconstructive surgery.
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 […]
Just a quick film to show the spread of 3D Printing around the world. This takes place in Finland. I wonder when the 3D Print will Finish? (ha ha)
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 […]
3D Printing And Global Business – Isn't It Obvious? from Bill Decker And dispel this myth! We don’t need to invest a lot; our Web site gives us a presence. Actually, your Web site gives you a brochure, but no real place where businesses and consumers can get support, touch and feel your product, get […]
Pinterest Marketing? Oh yeah, and when you’re done managing your Pinterest account, don’t forget to run your business too! All joking aside, you’ve got a full plate as it is. But the numbers behind Pinterest don’t lie. Pinterest users spend hours browsing for products they want in their lives. You know you can’t ignore the […]
What if your local hardware store doesn’t carry the knobs you need for your vacuum, dishwasher, toaster or blender? Well, before now, things were horrible. But now, 3D Printing to the rescue. Want more 3D Printing Fun? Click here for our 3D Printing newsletter.
When Rip Saunders and Bob Chapman came into the 3D Printing Industry, they saw the hole in marketing. Bob told the 3D Printing Channel that “most of these 3D Printing firms need low cost, easy to implement, marketing solutions. His latest venture, 3D Printing Marketer, does just that. “With easy sign up and no contracts […]
Don’t worry about the dialog, there are plenty of subtitles. This is just to show how international the 3D Printing industry really is. This show from China discusses updates and directions of the 3D Printing business.
On July 2014, 120 people gathered in Nazareth for 72 hours to design and develop together solutions for people with special needs. It was the first ever TOM: Tikkun Olam Makeathon. Tikkun Olam means “Fixing the World”, and we wanted to show that people brought together with the right surroundings can do a lot to […]