Danish 3D printing company Create It Real has opened up a survey specifically for 3D printer enthusiasts. They’re gathering information for, well, we don’t actually know. But surveys are always useful and we’re hoping to publish the results after they’re collated by Create It Real
The 3D printing company announces a prototype device at its SXSW keynote address.
We’ve already seen what Objet’s multi-material 3D printers can do , but it’s always nice to see Objet pushing the boundaries of what its Connex printers can accomplish. In today’s demonstration, the Objet Connex 3D printer has created a keyboard replica. The amazing part about this particular print job is that the keys didn’t have to be printed separately and inserted into the keyboard
3D printing is pretty easy to explain — normal printers work in 2D (length and width) while a 3D printer also handles height. To add height in any real sense you can’t just lay down more ink, you need an additive process that can actually build something, like meat or a gun. So when MIT’s Visit link: 4D printing: The extra D is for self-assembleD
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
The following is an excerpt from Chris Anderson’s upcoming book “ Makers ,” and appears here with permission, Copyright (c) Chris Anderson, 2012. Published by Crown Business, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House , Inc. One recent Saturday, my two youngest daughters decided they wanted to redecorate their dollhouse
Training those who will work with or maintain complex customized equipment (think military aircraft or large construction equipment) often means turning them loose on the real thing.
We’re halfway through November, and it’s only going to get colder from here on out. It’s time to bust out the itchy sweaters from holiday seasons past