"Thanks to state-of-the-art design software and the latest computer-controlled laser cutters, 3D printers and other manufacturing hardware, designers and inventors are turning their ideas into reality and getting them to market far more quickly and cheaply than they ever could before."
"A company called Genkei, which has been designing personal 3D printers in Japan for quite some time now, as well as individuals from the Tokyo University of Arts and Design, have developed a huge 4 meter (over 13 foot) tall delta 3D printer."
"What if those shoes are bright green, blue and yellow plastic with a rubbery serpent for a heel? That’s the latest creation from Dr. Michaella Janse van Vuuren, a 3D printing designer, whose newest fashion collection, Garden of Eden, tells you more about where the fashion industry is going than where it’s coming from."
It’s a bike frame like no other: mesh texture, custom-fit, the designer’s name incorporated into the structure, and 3D Printed! The man that brought this stunning product into world is Australia-based industrial designer, university lecturer, student, researcher, and 3D Printing enthusiast James Novak. Here’s the story of his journey (on a bike!) through the world of 3D Printing....
"Korean officials announced today that the country is developing a 10-year blueprint to becoming the main world leader in 3D printing. According to Korean news sources, the country plans to put 3D printers in 227 libraries and 5,885 schools within the next 3 years, and aims to have 10 million citizens using 3D printers by 2020."
"Scott Summit is a designer and possibly one of the most interesting people working in the industry, constantly pushing the boundaries of 3D printing. Scott started Bespoke Innovations which makes 3D printed prosthetics and fairings.
The company was acquired by 3D Systems and now Scott is working there to help bring beautiful and functional 3D printed things to enrich people’s lives."