World-class motorcycles, ATVs, utility vehicles, Side x Side and watercraft vehicles make up a portion of the unique product portfolio that has made Kawasaki a premium performance brand around the world….but this is how Monster Energy Kawasaki technologists are using 3D Printing technology to transform digital images into physical parts.
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! […]
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. […]
The sculpture would be easy enough if the artists wanted to sculpt what looked like a pair of wings from clay or metal, but they had their sights set much higher. Using a 3D printer, the two artists created 200 individual feathers that would eventually make up the wings for their sculpture. To make things […]
This is just a quick 3D Printing Video to show that yes, we can now use metal in our 3D Printers. So far, 3D printers have used primarily plastic to create images, because it’s an easy material to work with. But last month, 3D printing took another leap forward when Michigan Technological University scientists invented […]
This is an actual working wrench, done in a single print. It can work on bicycles, bolts, toys, and even cars. Imagine if you were on a boat somewhere in the ocean and needed a wrench. You could 3D Print one in an hour