UK 3DP company Design Reality just released a quick video following a rapidly prototyped pair of safety goggles from the design stage, to being 3D printed on an Objett500 Connex3 and to being tested in the field.
One of the most exciting applications of 3D printing, to me, is the ability to deliver goods digitally across the web to have them 3D printed locally. We’ve seen how this sort of workflow has resulted in the birth of amazing projects, such as the now heavily proliferated Robohand project, which wouldn’t have been possible if Richard Van As and Ivan Owen weren’t able to trade CAD designs between the US and South Africa to be 3D printed and tinkered on by each Maker in their respective locations.…
Australian 3D Print shop DoodadDoes owners Isaac and Julie Powell were given the idea to 3D print a pint-sized Iron Throne from the smash HBO show A Game of Thrones while thinking of ideas for a family photo.
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