With 3D printing on the verge of going mainstream, you can manufacture almost anything . As of November 2010, you can add a 3D-printed car to that list, too. The Urbee 2 is a two-wheeled hybrid assembled entirely from parts spat out of 3D printers, reports Wired
First things first: The event’s name is Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference, but don’t think for a moment that it excludes 3D printing. This user-focused conference covers all technologies for all applications. And that is part of the reason why ENGINEERING.com will be attending the April event (Jacksonville, Florida) as a “Gold Sponsor.” The other reason is that we have witnessed the value offered and camaraderie created.
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
How often do you see a professor of media arts and sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) at the world-renowned Fashion Week in Paris? The correct answer is, hopefully much more frequently, as the technology of 3D printing becomes a more and more influential part of the world of fashion.
How often do you see a professor of media arts and sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) at the world-renowned Fashion Week in Paris? The correct answer is, hopefully much more frequently, as the technology of 3D printing becomes a more and more influential part of the world of fashion
Sculpteo is part of the Startup Weekend Transmedia happening on February 1st to 3rd 2013 in San Francisco ! 54 hours to build rich, immersive and interactive stories illustrating the topic “The City”. For a full week-end, teams gathering programmers, media producers, designers, developers and marketers will work together to create immersive transmedia experiences. The idea behind “transmedia”: building cross-platforms experiences
There are very few 3D printing companies that you can invest in. Most are privately held, with the major exceptions of 3D Systems and Stratasys – but now we hear that ExOne has “filed a registration statement for an initial public offering”. That means they intend on issuing shares to the public, pending various approvals and legal steps.
Well it has been a fantastic 2012 and we have really enjoyed being part of an amazing experience with our fantastic community of 3D UP’ers across Australia and New Zealand. When we started two years ago, we never thought we would have helped so many people, do so many amazing creations with their 3D Printers Excerpt from: A year in review at 3D Printing Systems this website