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3D printing color figures of yourself is threatening to become a trend—in Japan last year designers PARTY opened a temporary 3D printing photo booth in a Tokyo gallery where people could turn up, get scanned, and walk away with a mini-figurine of themselves. And now, following on from that, comes Twinkind who are offering a similar service, but these guys are based in Germany
3D printing is taking off, if one believes the signals seen this year. Another milestone was reached last week by popular repository Thingiverse, who declared they now have over 100,000 3D models available.
Since the last Maker Faire in San Mateo, we have been hard to find! But if you are in Paris this week, you will have the possibility to spend plenty of time with us. Beginning tomorrow, the french digital festival Futur en Seine 2013 is about displaying the enterprises and products of the future
Makerbot , the Brooklyn-based 3D printing company, is in talks with Minneapolis/Israel-based Stratasys regarding a possible acquisition according to a source close to the matter. While Makerbot founder and CEO Bre Pettis refused to comment on speculation and in fact told reporters “We’re not going anywhere” at a factory opening on Friday, persistent rumors of an acquisition or new funding have followed the company this year.
Stratasys Ltd., a leading manufacturer of 3D printers and production systems for prototyping and manufacturing, today announced that it has received a coveted Gold Award at this year's Concours… Go here to see the original: Stratasys Receives Coveted Award for Innovative 3D Printing Material deer antler velvet benefits
Stratasys Ltd. a leading manufacturer of 3D printers and production systems for prototyping and manufacturing, announces that it has received a coveted Gold Award at this year’s Concours… Excerpt from: Stratasys Ltd – Experts in 3D Printing and Production Wins Gold Award at Concours Lépine International Inventions Exhibition autoblogging
3D-printing company MakerBot announced Monday it’s opening a new factory in Brooklyn, N.Y., and is hiring more than 50 new employees in the coming months. MakerBot, which is already based in Brooklyn, will open its new 50,000 square foot Sunset Park factory Friday
We’ve been covering 3D printing for quite some time now, perhaps six years, and in that time we’ve seen many promising developments and a gradual progression towards a mythical, ultimate personal 3D printer. We’re not close to such a Star Trek-like device by any measure, but progress continues.