Created by Jon Schull, a researcher at Rochester Institute of Technology, e-NABLE pairs children and adults with missing or deformed fingers, hands or forearms with makers who produce customized 3D printed prostheses that can improve their lives.
The first full-length 3D printing documentary, "Print the Legend" will make it's debut Sunday at SXSW Film as part of their Startup Alley programming focused on the intersection of entertainment and technology "shaping the means of viewing, sharing...
BigRep has just announced its new full-scale 3D printer, the BigRep ONE, which offers a 45 x 39 x 47” working volume — that’s big enough to produce full-sized prototypes of many large items, such as an entire dining room table. At just over five feet on each axis for the frame, with a slightly smaller working area within, the BigRep aims to fill a niche between the small enthusiast devices that have made additive manufacturing so popular and the industrial-sized devices that would be both cost- and space-prohibitive for entrepreneurs and small companies.
Indian Autos Blog EDAG's Genesis: The 3D printed car of the future Gizmag Of all the technologies to have emerged from the digital renaissance, additive manufacturing (3D printing) has the potential to be the most disruptive.
3D Printing Industry (3DPI) asked me to test out some filament from a new manufacturer, Spectrum Filament based in the UK. Over the last four years I have used many different types and sources of 3D printing filament, both good and bad that has been manufactured all over the world, so I agreed to take a look, here are my findings along with some general advice and guidance along the way. Spectrum manufacturers its filament in the UK and is currently producing PLA in 1.75mm and 3mm, sized for the 3D printing sector.…
With Bioprinting the Impossible Seems Possible ENGINEERING.com While that printer represents a major advancement in the state of bioprinting, a second machine in development at the Institute has been used to print skin cells onto burn wounds.
We all know what happened to books, music and other forms of creative content that were easily digitized. Are you prepared for what could happen to your brand when 3D printing starts digitizing everyday consumer products? The change will come slowly, but it’s inevitable. Already, printers can produce detailed solid objects, [...]