During a panel at South by Southwest, several experts in the field discussed what 3D printing means for the future of production and agreed that there’s huge potential. [Read more] Originally posted here: Future of 3D printing is bright, says SXSW panel buy diatomaceous earth
Editor’s note: Michael Weinberg is vice president at Public Knowledge where he focuses primarily on copyright, issues before the FCC and emerging technologies like 3D printing. Follow him on Twitter @mweinbergPK
MakerBot Replicator 2X Hopefully by now you’ve heard about MakerBot’s newest 3D printer, the Replicator 2X. While 3D printing opens up a new world of possibilities, being able to print with a second plastic extruder at the same time takes it to another level entirely.
1. Shapeways Whether you know what you want to print or not, Shapeways provides consumers with a couple options. If you don’t find the cool gadget you’re looking for in the online shop, you can upload a design of your 3D model for printing
Sculpteo officially launches today its 3D printed ceramic material! You can now 3D print in ceramic at Sculpteo… and we are the only one giving you the choice between 8 different glazing colors : White Glossy Oyster Blue Tangerine Orange Turquoise Aquarius Blue Satin Black Anis Green Lemon Yellow Our 3D printing ceramic material is all about creating beautiful final products. If you want to 3D print finished products with a very good-looking surface, ceramic will become soon your favorite 3D printing material! With our ceramic, the surface of your 3D printed objects will be smooth and shiny . Colors are very vivid
In a post on Tech.pinions, reporter Steve Wildstrom writes his thoughts on the collision of 3D printing and intellectual property rights, which we’ve discussed previously on several occasions.