In our three-dimensional world there has been a lot of hype these days concerning many 3D platforms. Motion Pictures, ultrasounds, and, of course, printing get a ton of love and attention, but the oft-forgotten other child in the 3D family, scanning is coming on strong.
Biotech startup Pembient is planning to deploy the forces of DNA technology and economics to save the rhino. It's risky plan, that could undermine other efforts, but with poaching out of control and subpopulations on the verge of extinction Pembient argue this is the best bet for the survival of the rhinoceroses in the wild.
Design firm Industry has developed a bike that demonstrates how the lines are blurring in design, engineering and manufacturing. This shift will ultimately allow companies to tailor products to individuals.
If you try to describe 3D printing to someone, you can’t help but channel a little science fiction. “You put designs in this machine, which then just like...makes it.” I’m convinced that its the great-great-great-grandfather to the oft-referenced Star Trek replicator. Luckily, I already like my tea Earl Grey and hot.
The maker trend meets the toy box with another way to combine creative play and product customization. Autodesk, the graphic art and design software company, today announced that it has entered into a pact…
I've seen the future and it's not 3D printing, it's 3D Easy Cheese printing. That is, an Easy Cheese canister is taken and made to splooge out the golden orange yellow scientific miracle substance that is Easy Cheese like a 3D printer would print out objects. It fails spectacularly and hilariously and satirically but I've never been more excited about 3D printing.
To those who have not stepped into additive manufacturing, get involved as soon as possible. This is for the benefit of your company. When the new innovations come out, you want to be ready to take advantage of them immediately, and that takes knowledge.
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