This week’s selection is a rather detailed replica model of a scissor-lift work platform by Rob’s Model Workshop. The Workshop has produced a number of highly realistic models of working machines, but we liked this one due to its articulated nature. According to the website:
This Article Originally was Published here: http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/chinas-latest-oil-grab/3219 You might not be fully aware of China’s intentions behind their latest Arctic oil deal with Russia. On the surface, this story looks like another example of the burgeoning friendship between the two countries. However, the real story came to light during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to Moscow to promote increased cooperation with Russia… Along with a slew of economic deals, such as significantly hiking trade volumes, Russia agreed to increase future oil and natural gas exports.
Did you like the latest Iris van Herpen dress with the strong and flexibe material? Then we have some good news for you: we’re doing tests to offer you the same material! IMAGINE Wasn’t it lovely to see the first flexible 3D printed dress on a model? Designers and engineers have been challenging Materialise to come up with a flexible 3D Printing material that is durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of an end-use product, and TPU is their response. Materialise launched it ten days ago and now i.materialise is doing research and tests to provide you with this material as well
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Autodesk partners with Sculpteo for the launch of their latest iPad app, 123D Creature . This new app lets you create monsters on your iPad … and have them 3D printed by Sculpteo ! Create your monster with 123D Creature. Samir Hanna, Vice President of Consumer Products at Autodesk, points out how apps like 123D Creature and 3D printing with Sculpteo make it easy now for everyone to create physical creative products : “Now, for the first time, 123D Creature makes it easy for anyone to create a sophisticated creature on an iPad, and then have a 3D printed object delivered to their doorstep with a few swipes of their finger
Have you ever wanted to make a fully autonomous robot? If so, your dreams of kickstarting the robot apocalypse can be fulfilled with just a 3D printer, some simple software and a bit of electrical knowhow
Thingiverse is by far the most popular Web site for those looking for 3D printing designs. The Web site, owned by Makerbot, offers designs for just about everything – including gun parts.
It seems that every space program in the world wants to build a moon base at some point in the future. The only problem is actually getting the materials up there to construct the buildings. Researchers may have made it a little easier with their latest 3D printing experiment.
Turning virtual designs into 3D physical objects will soon become a reality for staff and students at the University of Bristol’s Merchant Venturers School of Engineering (MVSE) thanks to the donation of the latest in 3D technology by Bits from Bytes, a subsidiary of 3D Systems Ltd. 3D print technology is a rapidly developing technology and is now used extensively within manufacturing, engineering and academic research.