"Iris van Herpen has once again taken 3D Printed fashion to new heights with her latest Paris Haute Couture show: Voltage. In this video, you will see the "making of" one her latest printed designs; created in collaboration with Austrian architect Julia Koerner and 3D printed by Materialise."
"Jessica Rosenkrantz of Nervous System has recently posted a Flickr set documenting a test run of 3D printed forms that resemble oceanic organisms such sea anemone, coral and barnacles. The prints make use of bold colour palettes to accentuate the topologies of the shapes. The diffused hues combined with subdivided geometries, and sometimes employing strict symmetry, create some exuberant aquatic hyper-realities that wouldn’t seem out of place on a plate from Ernst Haeckle’s Art Forms in Nature."
"Botisto is the only shoe shop in Barcelona that has an optical scanner capable of producing a tridimensional image of feet in order to customize the shoe into maximum. The client can choose between ten models as well as between numerous colors, materials and types of outsoles leading to a unique combination of shoes in Barcelona."
“The ExoHand from Festo — an active manual orthosis with sensitive fingers The ExoHand from Festo is an exoskeleton that can be worn like a glove. The fingers can be actively moved and their strength amplified; the operator’s hand movements are registered and transmitted to the robotic hand in real time.
The ExoHand, which is customised to fit the hand of the individual user, is manufactured from polyamide in the selective laser sintering (SLS) process. For this purpose, the exoskeleton is produced on the basis of a 3D scan of the user’s hand.”
"As those who’ve built their own parts on a 3D printer or outsourced them to partners will know, the format of choice has always been STL. However, there is now a new kid on the block — the Additive Manufacturing Format (AMF). Al Dean explains more"
"An ongoing series of large-scale bronze shells continues in production since 2011. The most recent edition can be seen at Quinn's solo exhibition The Littoral Zone at Institut Océanographique, Monaco until 15 October 2012."
"Pwdr is an open source powder-based rapid prototyping machine. Its goal is to promote experiments and innovations in powder-based rapid-prototyping. The machine is ready to use both the 3DP as the SLS process with minimal adaption, although the printer is currently prepped for 3DP."
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