RAPID Additive Manufacturing Solutions. Venue: David Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA, United States. With the U.S. government considering additive manufacturing as a transformational technology, five federal ...
I can’t tell you how many times I wished my virtual pottery collection in Let’s Create! Pottery , a fun game on iOS and Android that lets you sculpt and paint little pottery pieces, could be brought to real life.
Designer Roberto Trentin gather the most votes in the last Valentine’s challenge. His ‘hearts embraced’ ring was printed in high detailed stainless steel. Roberto: “This ring represents the embrace of two hearts with a hidden message, a declaration of love in Italian: “ti amo”, immersed in the decoration as a sort of secret statement.”
3D printed church key from Gothamsmith For all the excitement about 3D printers, the number of US households that actually own one of these super-cool devices is less than the number iPads sold in the course of a day.
We’ve already seen what Objet’s multi-material 3D printers can do, but it’s always nice to see Objet pushing the boundaries of what its Connex printers can accomplish.
In today’s demonstration, the Objet Connex 3D printer has created a keyboard replica. The amazing part about this particular print job is that the keys didn’t have to be printed separately and inserted into the keyboard. Everything was created in a single print, further demonstrating the power of Objet’s Connex line of 3D printers.
In a short seven minute documentary, PBS's “Off Book” program looks into how 3D printing might change the world. In interviews with industry players and commentators from Solidoodle, Shapeways, and WIRED magazine, the short looks to give those who are just learning about the technology a glimpse into the future of manufacturing. According to PBS, “Much attention has been paid to 3D printing lately, with new companies developing cheaper and more efficient consumer models that have wowed the tech community. They herald 3D Printing as a revolutionary and disruptive technology, but how will these printers truly affect our society?”
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind for which exclusive rights are granted. The principal categories of IP are patents, trademarks, and copyrights. With respect to 3D printing, there are many interesting and unsettled questions about how current IP laws will be applied to this developing technology.
Nanoscribe GmbH has introduced the Photonic Professional GT, the world’s fastest commercially available 3D printer for micro- and nanostructures. Nanoscribe’s next-generation 3D printer enables very fast, high-resolution manufacturing of micro-objects, which are often smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
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