CES is an opportune time to show your wares to one of the largest congregation of technology-minded people on the planet and MakerBot is definitely not going to let that chance pass by. Using CES 2014 as its stage, MakerBot ...
Shipping the fast, cheap MVP is still a great idea (much better than trying to think it all through and ship a well-developed product that doesn't fit the market needs) but getting the measuring bit right is key!
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.
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.
Their sculptures take on a new dimension. Linlin and Pierre-Yves’ yearning to mix their cultures and desires gives birth to unexpected works that are full of meaning. Their work focuses on nature, knowledge, and human feelings. They most certainly want to share with and capture their viewers, and incite introspection.
VideoCarnegie Mellon Professor Golan Levin with a pile of 3D-printed adapters between construction toy sets. This story appears in the April 23, 2012, issue of Forbes Magazine. Last year Golan Levin’s son decided to build a car.