Sculptify has been hinting at something big for a while now, but they’ve now released some details on their new 3D printer that comes with a twist. The”David” 3D printer, built by the Columbus, Ohio-based company, is a plastic extrusion 3D...
After a long period of waiting, Microsoft now offers their new Kinect v2 3D sensor for pre-order. What does this have to do with 3D printing? The Kinect v1 has long been used as a sensor for basic 3D scanning setups.
Customizable objects from plastic dollhouse furniture to medical prosthetics can now be designed and printed out by almost anyone at the press of a button, and is going to lead to an 'explosion of new stuff,' predicts author Chris Anderson.
President Obama Sees 3D Printed Future The White House has announced a new program to create three new manufacturing innovation institutes, funding it with $200 million from the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Commerce,...
Amsterdam is getting ready for the first 3D printing exposition ever. The initiative comes from a bunch of creative entrepreneurs with a passion for 3D printing. Do you want to find out more about the mystic world of 3D printing?
By Michael Molitch-Hou For some time, we’ve been exposed to FFF machines that process filament to create their prints, but some companies and independent Makers are wise to the fact that filament may not be necessary at all.
Based on the current prices of 3D printers and the spooled filaments that they consume, a busy maker could spend more on filament in a year than what was spent on the printer. That’s why there have been several filament extruders developed recently.
Wereldwijd netwerk 3D-printers start in Amsterdam Bright Een 3D-printer in elke straat en een platform om ze te delen: meer is er volgens 3D Hubs niet nodig om op een duurzame en goedkopere manier te produceren.
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