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Sculptify Releases New Details on 'David' the 3D Printer That Prints Using Pellets

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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...

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, July 14, 11:13 AM

The ability for the printer to accept direct pellets of material, opens up the opportunity for new and innovative materials. Some of the materials that they plan to have available at its release include: ABS, ethylene vinyl acetate, high impact polystyrene, high-density polyethylene, nylon, polycarbonate, PLA, thermoplastic polyurethane, and wood composites.

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Giant 3D Printed Whale Fossil Now On Display At The Smithsonian

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Giant 3D Printed Whale Fossil Now On Display At The Smithsonian
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The National Museum of Natural History now has the 3D-printed fossil of a whale on display.

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, June 9, 11:00 AM

The masterpiece of the project is a prehistoric fossil of a whale found in the Chilean desert. The 3D-printed version of the rorqual is 20 feet in length.

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EDAG's Genesis: The 3D printed car of the future

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EDAG's Genesis: The 3D printed car of the future
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Of all the technologies to have emerged from the digital renaissance, additive manufacturing (3D printing) has the potential to be the most disruptive.

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, March 5, 4:09 AM

The Genesis is another example of biomimicry; solving complex engineering problems by imitating solutions provided by nature. In this case it is based on the turtle's shell which provides protection and cushioning.

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3D printed nails let you look like Molly from Neuromancer

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In William Gibson's Neuromancer, the mercenary Molly Millions has a lot of enhancements -- including retractable razor blades beneath her fingernails. These 3D printed nails from The Laser Girls are how I imagine Molly's ...

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, January 29, 9:25 AM

Now you too can look like Molly, and have fierce, textured nails that belong on a cyborg.


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NASA bets 3D-printed food can make you eat bugs

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NASA bets 3D-printed food can make you eat bugs Boston.com (blog) There is a small but growing 3D maker community right here in the greater Boston area (I reported on a meetup earlier this month), but the local focus is mainly on designers and...

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, May 22, 2013 9:27 AM

Sometimes changes and invention is good, - sometimes -

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The New MakerBot Replicator Might Just Change Your World

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Take the subway to an otherwise undistinguished part of Third Avenue in Brooklyn. Knock on the door. Wait for some stylishly disheveled young man to open it and let you in.

 

Very interesting article with a lot of information. If you have any interest in the future and in the subject you want to read this and see the pictures. Be avared there is 3 pages. 

Click abowe and take a step in to the future ;-)

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"Unlike the jerry-built contraptions of the past, the Replicator 2s are sleek, metal, and stylish: MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis likens the design to “Darth Vader driving Knight Rider’s KITT car while being airlifted by a Nighthawk spy plane.” There is also the lighting. Oh, the lighting. “LEDs are part of our core values as a company,” Pettis jokes. The new machine will glow in any hue—”to match the color of your couch,” he says, “or like something in the movie Tron.”

You’ve heard of 3-D printers, but you probably don’t own one yet. Pettis thinks the Replicator 2 will change that."


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Spiked 3D-printed running shoes put a spring in your step

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Spiked 3D-printed running shoes put a spring in your stepCNET (blog)A designer 3D-prints spiky customized running shoes that may help improve an athlete's performance on the track. Read this blog post by Amanda Kooser on Crave.

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New 3D Printing: Car Parts and Houses – Stephen's Lighthouse

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“Enrico Dini has developed a 3D printing technology large enough to print buildings. Yes, buildings. It uses sand combined with an inorganic binder to print structures in stone with no human intervention.

 

“Jay Leno has a lot of old cars with a lot of obsolete parts. When he needs to replace these parts, he skips the error-prone machinist and goes to his rapid prototyping 3D printer. Simply scan, print and repeat.”

 

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Chinese Company 3D Prints a Full Size 2-person Boat

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Chinese Company 3D Prints a Full Size 2-person Boat
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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.

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, July 14, 10:55 AM

I'm not sure i would go anywhere in a Boat like this but it seems funny anyway :-)

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Each Frame of This Stop-Motion Animation Was Made with a 3D Printer

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With highly accurate 3D animation the standard in today's world, it’s refreshing to see someone taking animation back to its origins when every frame was h (Each Frame of This Stop-Motion Animation Was Made with a 3D Printer

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, April 14, 11:49 AM

To create Bear on Stairs the team designed and printed 50 individual 3D printed sculptures featuring their polygonal bear lumbering along.
Read more at http://www.visualnews.com/2014/04/13/frame-stop-motion-animation-made-3d-printer/#FwrsxqgF59vq2ayM.99

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FUN!

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How A Jewelry Company Is Making $250,000 Pieces Using 3D Printing And Google Earth

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First came the 3D-printed gun and 3-D printed internal organs. Now, better late than never: the 3D-printed engagement ring -- or pearl pendant, or diamond necklace, or really any piece of jewelry you can fathom

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, March 1, 6:54 AM

It’s taken the fashion and accessories industries a little longer than others to cotton on to 3D printing, the disruptive technology changing manufacturing and medicine.

Now, though, alongside the 3D-printed gun and 3-D printed internal organscomes the 3D-printed engagement ring — or pearl pendant, or diamond necklace, or really any piece of jewelry you can fathom.

Check it out :-)

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Honda Releases Concept Model Data For 3D Printing, Including New Acura NSX

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Honda Releases Concept Model Data For 3D Printing, Including New Acura NSX
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Honda says it hopes the 3D printing project will give users a a feel for what it's like to manufacture a car.

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, January 28, 4:45 PM

The Japanese automaker is making data from old concept models available so people can print them out at home.

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Clever Cable Management Via 3D-Printed Shirt Button

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Industrial Design content and community site - articles, discussions, interviews and resources.

 

Brilliant idea. It seems 3D printers actually don't just be used to copy things, here is a new invention brought to live just because it,s easy to make new things if you got an 3D printer.

 

Click on the picture abowe, read the full story and see for your self - this is something most of us would love to have 

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Solar-Powered 'Stone Spray' 3D Printer Robot Creates Entire Building from Sand

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3D Robotic printer makes architectural sculptures out of soil, showing just what the future may hold in the field of ecologically-friendly building.

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Kintinuous - Kinect Creates Full 3D Models - iProgrammer

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Kintinuous - Kinect Creates Full 3D ModelsiProgrammerKintinous uses a Kinect to build very large 3D models.

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