The hybrid fashion label/experimental design lab, Continuum Fashion , was first on our radar for their 3D printed bikini manufactured with Shapeways in 2011. Since the initial buzz, the design duo Jenna Fizel and Mary Huang have expanded into software, giving design power directly to the user to create their own garment
IBM’s Paul Brody, the global industry leader for electronics at IBM, believes that three things are set to change the way products are designed and manufactured. In a keynote speech delivered at the Siemens PLM Innovation Conference, Brody acknowledged that open source electronics, intelligent robotics and… wait for it… 3D printing are technologies that will have a disruptive impact on the way companies design and produce products.
RedEye On Demand, a rapid prototyping and direct digital manufacturing service, and its parent company Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS) today announce a collaboration with KOR EcoLogic to produce… View original post here: Fuel-Efficient Car Built Using 3D Printing Technologies 7 minute workouts
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
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We’re reading a post by Joel Hans, managing editor of Manufacturing.net where he postulates the future of 3D printing in manufacturing plants. This got us thinking about manufacturing versus personal 3D printing.