We all know by now that 3D printing is the future of manufacturing—even the president says so . The march of progress doesn’t always move as quickly as we’d like, however, especially when the military-industrial complex is involved. While 3D printing machines are becoming steadily cheaper and the possibilities incredibly sophisticated , the disparate branches of the U.S
Inventive Architect to Speak in Schaumburg 3D printing is changing the way architects think about design. At top-ranked architecture firm Perkins+Will, Scott Dansereau is leading the pack by creating architectural models with his MakerBot ® Replicator ® 2 Desktop 3D Printer.
3d printing is becoming a very powerful tool for robot makers in the present and will become even more important tool in the future. Here are a few of my ideas that I have been dreaming about.
Patent attorney Bryan J. Vogel provides a reasonably brief overview of the legal aspects beginning to face the 3D printing industry in a post on Bloomberg Law.
A report from Michigan Tech details the results of a study that attempted to determine the “greenness” of 3D printing. Their result: 3D printing is apparently significantly less energy-absorbing than conventional mass production.
Intel’s Futurist and Director of Future Casting, Brian David Johnson, was at this week’s Maker Faire in New York City to introduce an open source, 3D printed companion robot called Jimmie. .. Continue Reading Intel’s futurist introduces open source, 3D printed robot at Maker Faire Section: Robotics Tags: 3D Printing , Aldebaran Robotics , Humanoid , Intel , Open Source , Open-source , Robotic , Robotics , Robots Related Articles: 3D print your own robot with Hello Robo’s MAKI Future Robot introduces new kiosk robot and sells 100 robots to Brazil Inventor claims this robot is “the greatest toy in the universe,” might be right Kirobo robot speaks from the ISS Arduino announces its first ready-to-roll robot T8 robot tarantula gives everyone the willies