MakerBot 3D Print Service – Just in Time for the Holidays ! Last month, we introduced a 3D print service in our retail store in Manhattan, warming the hearts of New York City’s makers. Today, we’re expanding the offering to our Greenwich, CT and Boston, MA locations
Devices like the 3Doodler and SwissPen literally put 3D printing technology in the hands of consumers, but a new BioPen developed at the University of Wollongong in Australia is targeted at more skilled hands. The handheld device is designed to let surgeons “draw” live cells and growth factors directly onto the site of an injury to help accelerate the regeneration of functional bone and cartilage… Continue Reading BioPen: A handheld 3D printer for surgeons Section: Medical Tags: 3D Printers , 3D Printing , Australia , Cartilage , Handheld , Stem Cells , Surgery , University of Wollongong Related Articles: Radical tissue scaffold to treat knee injuries New bioactive nanomaterial enables humans to grow new cartilage Implantable bio-patch grows bone where it’s needed Researchers create bone-like material using 3D printer Plastic used to replace and regrow bone Meniscus-healing stem cell bandage approved for clinical trials
Introducing Anthony Moschella Director of Product Anthony Moschella is more than a brilliant engineer. He’s a teacher, a maker, and a consummate communicator with a knack for making complex topics accessible
If you have a plastic extrusion-based personal 3D printer, there’s some things you’d better know. This printing technology has its quirks regardless of the brand and model of machine you’re using.
A Literary Partnership Riverhead Books has teamed up with MakerBot to create a limited-edition 3D printed slipcase for award-winning novelist Chang-rae Lee’s upcoming novel, On Such a Full Sea . It’s due to be released on January 7 th , 2014.
There’s a lot of terrific content on the web in the form of one-off blog posts and DIY guides from working designers and programmers, but the question is always how to find the best, and how to make sense of content that comes from a variety of disparate sources. Gibbon is a new startup out of the Netherlands, formed when a design and development agency decided to turn their attention to a side project full-time, and it features curated learning playlists to help anyone teach themselves just about anything. “We [the founding team of Gibbon] are all self-educated, and we learned from posts shared on the web, including blog posts, videos tutorials and things,” explained Gibbon CEO and co-founder Wouter de Bres
This is the second post featuring the most asked questions to Sculpteo’s team. This week the questions are focused on Sculpteo’s activity itself.
There are several questions always asked by the public about personal 3D printing whenever they are exposed to the technology. They want to know: