If you want to offer 3D printed gifts to your love ones this Christmas, time is key and we hope you’ve your mind on a design! We won’t be able to garantee a delivery for Christmas if you order after Friday the 13th December. In 2013, 3D printing has been THE “big thing” and lots of you want to offer a 3D printed something for Christmas
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3D printing and additive manufacturing may be destined to change how we make and acquire objects forever. But it’s also spurring a shadow revolution—one that focuses on how to stop us from replicating.
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One of the limitations of 3D printing is in the materials—plastic might be the most affordable and widely available, but it’s also cheap and brittle. So some students at Michigan Tech University have made a relatively cheap metal 3D printer, and they’re releasing the plans to the masses.
The second nominee for the ‘Designer of the Year’ Award is William du Toit, a designer from Denmark. His designs are really playful, including small figurines and robots. William du Toit (DN) Will du Toit : “The nomination came as a complete surprise.
This week we will announce the three nominees of the first i.materialise ‘Designer of the Year’ Award ever. Today we’ll introduce you to the first nominee: AmniosyA .
Sourcing 3D print ready designs can be real bummer! We know the feeling. All we want is to browse through beautiful designs, and be able to print them.
Everyone loves talking about 3D printing , but now it’s really hitting the big time: Rolls-Royce has decided that it’s going to use the technology to help make its airplane engines.