When we met Paul at the 3D printshow last year we were really excited about his project. Now, 6 months later, it’s possible to 3D print your favorite designs from Minecraft through i.materialise! Can you tell us a little bit more about Printcraft and yourself? How did you come up with this idea
From clothes and shoes to smartphone cases and even guns , there seems to be no limits to what 3D printers can create. And now, you can add prosthetic hands and fingers to the mix.
US President Obama announced a competition to land three new manufacturing centers, to follow on the success of the first Ohio-based center, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. The original intention was to launch some fifteen manufacturing centers, and these three centers bring the USA closer to that goal.
From May 10th through the 13th, COLLECT, a leading international fair for contemporary art, will be showcasing the designs of artists Daniel Widrig at the Saatchi Gallery in London. What makes Widrig’s art interesting to those who follow 3D printing is the fact that a fair share of his work is created using 3D printing. Before becoming an art world sensation, Widrig worked at Zaha Hadid Architects
Paper printers have paper scanners, so why shouldn’t 3D printers have 3D scanners? Bolton Works, who specialize in digitizing physical objects into files that can be used in 3D printing and reverse engineering, demonstrated how they work
Blurb print group, in conjunction with Dezeen.com, the world’s most influential online architecture and design magazine, have just launched a new magazine with a focus on 3D printing. According to Blurb, “Print Shift is a magazine that explores the fast-changing world of 3D printing and analyzes the way it is changing the worlds of architecture and design.