3DPrint.com Chinese Company 3D Prints a Full Size 2-person Boat 3DPrint.com Imagine a scenario where you are stranded on a deserted island, with nothing but a tablet, unlimited 3D printer filament, and a solar powered 3D printer.
Rechovot, Israel based 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys, in collaboration with Novato, CA based Mining and technology development company American Graphite Technologies, will research and develop Graphene enhanced 3D printing materials for 3D printers.
3D printing starts to add up for GE Aviation Financial Times The machines lining either side of the room at GE Aviation's Additive Technologies laboratory on the edge of Cincinnati look like nothing so much as microwave ovens, complete with glass...
3DPrint.com GeeWhiz Uses 3D Printing to Create Life-like Figure of The Dark Knight 3DPrint.com Their most recent creation is a 3D printed 1/6 scale Arkham Knight Batman which won second place in the People's Choice Custom Figure Contest at the One...
"Scott Summit is a designer and possibly one of the most interesting people working in the industry, constantly pushing the boundaries of 3D printing. Scott started Bespoke Innovations which makes 3D printed prosthetics and fairings.
The company was acquired by 3D Systems and now Scott is working there to help bring beautiful and functional 3D printed things to enrich people’s lives."
Aerojet Rocketdyne has built and successfully hot-fire tested an entire 3D-printed rocket engine. In other news, NASA's 3D-printed rocket engine injectors survived tests generating a record 20,000 pounds of thrust. Some performed equally well or better than welded parts.
3DPrint.com Sculptify Releases New Details on 'David' the 3D Printer That Prints Using Pellets 3DPrint.com Last month, we reported on a new 3D printer from a company called Sculptify, which instead of printing from spools of filament, will print...
3DPrint.com Australian Army Insider Believes 3D Printing Will Change War as we Know it 3DPrint.com We already know that the various branches of the United States Military have been using, and looking into further uses of 3D printing for some time...
"What if those shoes are bright green, blue and yellow plastic with a rubbery serpent for a heel? That’s the latest creation from Dr. Michaella Janse van Vuuren, a 3D printing designer, whose newest fashion collection, Garden of Eden, tells you more about where the fashion industry is going than where it’s coming from."
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