By: Antoine Davis When I tell my friends I work at a 3D Printing company the reactions are usually always the same. “Oh what cool things have you printed!?” and “could you print me something?!” I have noticed in these conversations, that immediately after that, most people come to a major stumbling block
Rapid Prototyping veteran will be taking to the stage at TCT Show + Personalize 2013 to deliver his annual presentation, a talk that is always over-subscribed on Additive Manufacturing. This years speech entitled Additive Layer Technologies Technical Briefing , Tromans will take a look at how the Additive Manufacturing market has evolved and what can we can learn from the past.
A 3D-printed injector plate delivers 20,000 lbs of thrust in a hot-fire test on August 22.
By: Joseph Kuwitzky The science of combining materials and inserting them into designed and fabricated geometric spaces as a method of manufacturing a usable item has probably been around since collective human need. And while we have progressed in both theory and technology, circumstances still occur in which the today’s mold and cast technology requires
Clay Lambert, general manager of the Menlo Park TechShop and Blaine Dehmlow General Manager of the San Francisco TechShop were hosts of Martin Wasserman inside this Future Talk Vidéo . This talk offers a good view of 3D printing’s capabilities at the moment, and answers the question of our expectations for the future. Even if it’s not the weekend, you can find 10 minutes to sit and watch.
For the 13th edition of Designer’s Days , Le Lab by Legrand reached out to Victoria Wilmotte to imagine the future of its products.
The term “Open Design” has been around for a few years now and there are dozen of books addressing the notion of copyright and its meaning for designers. If you have never heard about it, the Open Design movement aims to become as big and important in the design area as the Open Source is in the software one. Its goal is to promote the free sharing of blueprints and collaboration around it.
The 122th edition of the Concours Lepine Show is starting tomorrow and Sculpteo is happy to be a part of it. Displayed during the Foire de Paris at Porte de Versailles between April 30 th and May 12 th , the Concours Lépine Show intends to give a stage to the most cutting-edge innovations. It was founded in 1901 by Louis Lépine, who was then Chief of Police in Paris, and it’s a very famous contest in France