Following Nervous System’s launch of its Kinematics app, it has introduced a beautiful proof-of-concept in the form of a 3D-printed nylon bodice, which has debuted in NYC at Apexart’s “Coding the Body” exhibition.
A new prototype brings together 3D printing, room to breathe and ultrasound pulses to create a cast that is not only comfortable and stylish to wear but is expected to speed healing relative to existing options.
Movies can demand a lot, especially when it comes to props, wardrobe, and set design. 3D printing is changing the way the film and television industries use miniatures for stop-motion animations, armor for fighting super-heroes or knights, and even weapons like guns and swords. Here are a few props from recent films that you might have seen, and the better the props get, then harder it is for you to spot them
From toys and tools now to fashion and food in the future — 3D printing is well on its way to changing how we make things in our homes that we’re used to running out to the store to pick up. We’ve seen that concept expand to art (beautiful sculptures!) and even beauty (beautiful nail art!), but the latest 3D printing first has us wanting one of our own. The first 3D printed tattoo has been tatted. And you can tattoo it too.
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There is an odd little storefront on University Avenue in Palo Alto, Calif. The industrial scanner manufacturer Artec has opened a 3D-scanning studio where you can pop in, get a quick scan of yourself, and receive, several days later, a small, somewhat accurate, color statue of said self. So, yes, you can scan at home, using the company’s free Shapify software. Second, the 3D printer that Artec uses in its storefronts is one of the few in the world that prints 3D models in color.
I did the slicing in Cura with my usual setting of 0.15 mm layer height and 25 mm/s print speed, although I think I could have gone a bit faster. The steep angle on the left forearm caused a bit of curling of the leading edge so I had to use a small amount of cooling fan (sometimes it helps, even with ABS) to prevent the nozzle from crashing into it. I took the temperature up to 240C this time and was very pleased to discover that this print has absolutely no sign of splitting anywhere.
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