Patent attorney Bryan J. Vogel provides a reasonably brief overview of the legal aspects beginning to face the 3D printing industry in a post on Bloomberg Law.
3D printing has been getting along just fine using assorted forms of plastic. If you want to get something 3D printed in metal, that’s possible, but it makes things much more complex and… View post: Forget plastic: Liquid metal 3D printer works at room temperature
Recently, GE has been popping up everywhere in the world of 3D printing.
An exciting opportunity for Design and Technology Teachers and Teacher Aides to come along to see a demonstration of a 3D Printer in action and to find out how these machines can be utilised in a number of Design and Technology subjects. When: Friday 14th June 2013 Where: Wynyard High School Presented by: Anthony Crawford (DATTA Tas) See the original post here: NW Coast 3D Printing Demo wrinkle cream
Thanks to everyone who visited us at Cebit. Our stand was crazy busy during the entire show and we were featured on 7 News, 9 News, SBS, Today Show and Sky Business News. It was great to see the interest in the development of the technology
GE Aviation and Sigma Labs have joined together to create and implement “In-Process Inspection Technology” to improve 3D printing speeds. With GE ramping up its use of 3D printing technologies in the production of jet components, decreased print and inspection times will be critical to the success of GE’s venture. As outlined in their plan, GE and Sigma Labs are looking to increase 3D printing production speeds by 25 percent.
3D printers are all about layers. Extruders pour plastic layer after layer until an object is complete. A new type of 3D printer out of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia has completely rethought that process.