Can 3D Printing be used for lenticular technology? Watch this 3D Printing video and see!
Intent based networking will drive the hyperscale applications of the future such as the Internet of Things, 3D Printing, Fintech Services, Streaming Media, Logistics and other areas… Firms Welcome Cisco to Intent-Based Networking, So What’s That? For one thing: “the next big thing on the networking horizon.” “Apstra has the only vendor-agnostic intent-based networking system […]
Did you know that in Windows you can print directly from SOLIDWORKS to 3D printers, similar to how you would print a document to your office printer? Take an up close look as CADD Edge Application Engineer, Dave Bazinet, previews the print bed and the model’s location within the print bed. Watch and learn how […]
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.
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 […]
Carbon3D has just unveiled a groundbreaking new 3D printing process which could revolutionize the industry. Their process is 25-100x’s faster than current technology. Read and see more on this new Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) at http://3dprint.com/51566/carbon3d-clip-3d-printing/
Is HP rewriting the rules for the 3D Printing industry? HP’s announcement of it’s Multi Jet Fusion 3D printer is clearly advancing 3d printing technology and changing the 3d printing industry. Watch as a 1/4 lb 3D printed chain link, created using new HP Multi Jet Fusion™ Technology, lifts a car straight off the ground! […]
Goodbye Capitalism! Hello Zero Marginal Cost. Are you ready for the 3 Internets of Communication, Energy and Logistics convering into 1 Internet where EVERYONE will be connected to EVERYTHING. We’ll be able to tap into a network; complete stream of data, where apps that will be programmed for us will able to provide us the […]
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 […]
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.
This 3D Printing Video speaks about the Zcorp pinter Z corp claims to be the fastest and best quality. Big, actual size 3D Printing. They also feel that running the Zcorp is easy and user friendly.
If you pay attention to the major innovation in the 3d-printing industry, its practically guaranteed you have heard of Stratasys. These guys have been around since the dawn of 3d-printing. S. Scott Crump was one of the first innovators of the additive manufacturing technology when he wanted to make a toy frog for his daughter […]
The old cliche that “no news is good news” has held true for the vast majority of stories the public is exposed to regarding the oil and gas industry. While the majority of the time, pipelines, refineries and wells function as planned, the stories that become newsworthy are unfortunately the major disasters. When dealing with […]
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.
Here is 3D Systems new food printer. It uses a thin layer of sugar and water with an inkjet printer. Why would anyone want one? First of all, it’s getting simpler. And the possibilities are endless. Chefs can custom design 3D Printed Food for each customer.
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.
For the first time, Rice University and the people from RepRap established a summer fellowship program that took place this August. The program, initiated by RepRap developer Jordan Miller, is called the Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute (AMRI), enabling a select few students the opportunity to get their hands on RepRap’s 3D printing technology, as a […]
LUXeXceL recently 3D printed two pairs of eyeglasses for the Dutch king and queen. They were printed out in one go, including the frame and lenses and wholely skipping the dusting and cleaning process afterwards, thanks to Dutch LUXeXceL’s innovations in laser sintering. The lenses can be colored and textured or left blank and smooth. […]