Every month we see more and more people using our online services. We see this now confirmed by the 3D printing survey of Jarkko Moilanen we wrote about last month . Take a look at the outcome! This is the second in a series of longitudinal surveys on the 3D printing community
A Canadian start-up makes serious waves on Kickstarter with a cheap photolithographic-based 3D printer, part of a mega effort to drive down costs — and confusion — commonly associated with consumer 3D printing. [Read more]
3D printing is taking off, but the next version of the technology could make it look as old hat as a traditional factory line. The world of manufacturing is starting to tip upside down because of 3D printing. Rather than use specialized tooling and dedicated production lines, these devices use plastics, resins, and even metal to create objects and parts on the fly
Manuel Vogel’s ‘Bone Shoes’ are the last 3D printing’ pair we’re presenting this week. Why he chose this technology? “I’m fascinated by the freedom and possibilities of 3D printing. “ Manuel Vogel, a German Fashion and Industrial designer is born in Sao Paulo, but based in Berlin.
The Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) team from the UK is continuing its journey towards claiming the world land speed record. After testing its rocket engine last year, the team has turned to 3D printing technology for another critical part of the high speed vehicle – a tip that, if all goes well, will be the first part of the car to break through the 1,000 mph (1,610 km/h) mark in 2015..