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Ford Delves Further into 3D Printing

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Ford has developed a new 3D printing process it calls Ford Freeform Fabrication Technology, or F3T.

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Stratasys 3D Printed Model using FDM and Inkjet Technologies!

"This card and pen holder was created to illustrate the range of possibilities using Stratasys' different 3D printing technologies. One half of the model is created using FDM technology in ABSi material - strong, light, durable and suitable for real production requirements. The second part is created using Inkjet multi-material jetting technology which deposits 2 photopolymer-based materials at the same time and mimics the precise look and feel of more complex end products. This part features extremely smooth surfaces, fine details and embedded writing in a separate material. Together, using both FDM and Inkjet technology, designers and manufacturers can cover the entire gamut of Fit, Form and Functional Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing requirements!"


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, April 20, 2013 2:33 PM

3D printing has the potential to revolutionize numerous industries.

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3-D Printer Hack Produces Eye-Popping Color

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"When the MakerBot Replicator was introduced at CES earlier this year, its main selling point was the ability to print in two colors. While impressive, remember "two color" is just another way of saying, black and white.

 

Richard Horne, an electrical engineer and 3-D printing enthusiast, wasn’t happy with that limitation. He wanted to print in color, hundreds of them, even. So, he got to work modifying his RepRap to dynamically generate new hues. Finding a no more fitting name than his own, he dubbed his printer hack the “Rich Rap.”


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Rapid Manufacturing and Prototyping with Concrete

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"Earthscrapers is an installation for the 2010 Biennial of the Americas that imagines the potential of employing Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) processes in the construction of a proto-architectural landscape—one where the building material source and the building itself are seamless. It also demonstrates the internal design, research and experimentation process by Rael San Fratello Architects in hacking a 3D printer to rapid proto­type and rapid manufacture clays, ceramics and ultimately cement."


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3D Titanium Printing

The future of bike production. Charge Bikes have collaborated with EADS Innovation Works, the corporate research centre for the EADS group, to produce the world's…

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3D Printed Christmas Cookies

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It is Christmas today and courtesy of Ralf Holleis we have 3D printed cookies for readers.
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Israeli student develops largest 3D porcelain printer

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" Eran Gal-Or, an industrial design student from H.I.T institute in Holon Israel built a 3d printer that prints ceramic materials - Porcelain, clay & glass. This is a massive 80x80x80 cm darwin style 3D printer, and probably the largest in the world."


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