In Malaysia, Materialise recently collaborated with Melinda Looi, an internationally acclaimed fashion designer, for Asia’s first 3D Print Fashion Show.
Last Friday, the fashion show took place in 21st century metropolis that is Kuala Lumpur.
The idea of the fashion show was to demonstrate how 3D printing is again breaking down barriers in product design and leading to exciting new innovations in how products are conceived and manufactured.
It was also the place where the winners of our 3D printed accessories challenge (inspired by birds) were shown to the world. If you like the stunning photos by Zung, Malaysia’s number one photographer, you might want to have a look at our Facebook and Google+ page to find tons more.
3D Printing is literally revolutionizing the way we manufacture consumer goods.
Take this tour of Armac Martin with Managing Director Paul McGrail as he demonstrates how their Objet24 3D Printer from Stratasys is producing realistic prototypes of fittings and fixtures in a fraction of the time it used to take!
They're also producing perfect fixture molds on their Objet 3D Printer as you're about to see.
Paul takes us through the entire rapid protoyping process and describes in detail how the move to 3D printing is improving customer satisfaction and their bottom line.
CBS News 3D-printed "bionic" ear hears better than the real thing CBS News Researchers at Princeton University haven't just created a functional ear; they've actually manufactured some that may work better than our human ones.
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - 3D printing stocks got a boost Wednesday morning after President Obama talked about the sector in his State of the Union late Tuesday. ExOne Co.(US:XONE) shares were up more...
The Fiscal Times 3D Printing Business Gets Boost from Obama The Fiscal Times During his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Obama shone a bright light on the 3D printing industry – also known as additive manufacturing – which is an...
Cisco's M2M Solutions Will Boost Revenue And Stock Price Seeking Alpha Cisco's Additive Manufacturing Solutions: Additive manufacturing is the more formal name for 3D printing. 3D printing will effect big changes in manufacturing delivery models.
In this article we’re going to focus on how to combine effectively separate shapes (elements) in order to create one complex object/scene. The object/scene that we chose for the tutorial is a bottle on a table.
The trip to the dentist just got a little less painful, at least in terms of time spent there. A new system is being used by a handful of dentists to scan patients’ teeth and create crowns for them while they wait.
As teachers and educators, we are in a constant search for apps to use with our students and this is why we need to make sure we have recourse to checklists such as this one whenever we are to recommend apps. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has even made it way easier for teachers to pick the apps they want from some pre-made lists of apps organized according to each subject area.
"In creating computer generated imagery, reference photographs of real-life objects may assist modeling, texturing, and animating a 3D object. In animation, this practice translates into something called motion capture, or ‘performance capture’ when facial expressions are the focus (see: Avatar). Fixed reference points on an object or surface help artists recreate something virtually, but Microsoft XBox 360′s Kinect technology is actually able to recognize shape and motion on its own, turning you into a full-body video game controller in real-time. The new Lynx A Camera looks to take this a step further. Meet the world’s first ‘point-and-shoot’ camera that can model and capture the geometry, texture, and motion of anything you aim it at, right before your eyes."
Influential short-seller warns of bubble in 3D printers Reuters Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing creates solid objects from a digital model by laying down successive thin layers of material.
Stereolithography, or SLA in shorthand, is essentially what the industry calls an “additive manufacturing process” as opposed to traditional methods of “subtractive manufacturing”. The former creates products through adding layers of a material, while the latter creates products through removing parts of a material. Like other additive manufacturing processes, SLA uses only the barest of resources and produces items at a quick rate.
Autodesk and Sculpteo have launched a new iPad application called Autodesk 123D Creature which they have designed to make it possible to create and print 3D monsters and characters (Autodesk 123D Creature App Brings Online 3D Printing To The iPad ...
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