By Michael Molitch-Hou Two weeks back, we introduced you to the White House 3D Printed Ornament Challenge, a design contest hosted by Instructables to find 3D printed ornaments to not only hang in the East Wing of the White House for the holidays,...
Parts of this engine were 3D printed using copper alloy materials. All of them survived their first-ever hot fire test, and 18 more hot fire tests in different injector and thrust chamber assembly configurations.
Traditional 3D printers, as well as most CNC routers, laser cutters, and most machine tools where the programmer doesn’t want to go crazy trying to get his or her head around the underlying code, work in the XY coordinate system.* This “theta printer,”...
The fully functional P6*6 camera uses 120 roll film, comes in 35mm and 50mm lengths, and is printable without support even on the tiniest of print beds. It makes an impressive 6cm square negative — about 4 times bigger than a standard 35mm neg.
An intriguing English project entitled Technical Crafting is a collaborative effort of two researchers from the Manchester School of Art. Their aim has been to develop a range of flexible textile samples using 3D printing.
By Andrew Wheeler Rania Sedhom Managing Partner of the firm Sedhom and Mayhew, PLLC (A Bespoke Law Firm) is an attorney who represents a number of clients in the fashion and jewelry industries who have a vested interest in 3D printing. According...
Have you ever wondered if a working guitar could be 3D printed? That question has now been answered by Jeff Kerr’s beautifuly printed model. Not only does it look great, it sounds very good too, as seen in the video below.
Our annual guide to 3D Printing just came out! To celebrate, we’re going to spend a week focusing on 3D printing in the home. Each day we’ll focus on a different area such as the kitchen, bathroom, or workshop.
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