Every few weeks we are bombarded with press releases from research organizations that are keen to tell the story of how they have captured in great detail a 3D scan of a building or property. Museums in particular are getting into the scanning business.
We were happy to show you a 3D printed Nokia Lumia 820 file that’s functional. But now it’s time for some fun; Enjoy our big customization show! A man once said: “Show me your friends and I’ll show you who you are.” At i.materialise we have an other saying: “Show me your 3D prints and we will show you who you are.” 3D printing is all about personalizing and customization. We just launched our basic file on Thingiverse as you can read in our previous blog .
This Article Originally was Published here: http://www.energyandcapital.com/articles/the-man-behind-texas-oil/2776 You probably don’t recognize the name Pattillo Higgins… but he’s a legend in the oil business. Higgins is responsible for finding the first major oil gusher in Texas: Spindletop
Burning Man is almost upon us and people from around the world are convening upon Nevada for the event. For those going, you might want to check out the dome put up by ReAllocate. It houses a fantastic art project that combines 3D printing with modern drone technology
The movie industry is beginning to see how much value 3D printing offers, especially on effects-heavy films that are made with huge numbers of 3D digital models. This glove, used in ‘Iron Man 2,’ was made using a 3D printer, and is part of a full-body suit used in some of the film’s live-action scenes.
Although not an awful lot happened this week in 3D printing, we did wanted to share a few things with you. There’s an acquisition, an exhibition, an amazing documentary, and General Fabb considers the 10 major barriers to 3D printing in your home.