Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Hottest Trend in 3D Printing Could Change the Way You Buy Running Shoes

The Hottest Trend in 3D Printing Could Change the Way You Buy Running Shoes
Customized shoe insoles and orthotics are among the newest products to be created using 3D printing machines, and companies such as Nike (NKE – Get Report) and New Balance have partnered with technology companies to create 3D-printed …
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The B-Creative 3D Printer, Now on Kickstarter, May Be the Easiest-to-Use

The B-Creative 3D Printer, Now on Kickstarter, May Be the Easiest-to-Use
I know a lot of people who see 3D printing as a complicated, inaccessible technology that they'd never be able to figure out. “I'm terrible at computers.” “I know nothing about programming or design.” It's true that for some 3D printing applications, a …
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Qualup develops professional Delta 3D printer for Maped; expected to launch in

Qualup develops professional Delta 3D printer for Maped; expected to launch in
In October 2015, French 3D printing company Qualup SAS, manufacturer of the SpiderBot line of delta 3D printers, signed an agreement with global office and school supply company Maped to design and create a next-generation, professional-grade 3D …
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Adam Beane Industries Teases a New 3D Printer Filament You Can Sculpt

Adam Beane Industries Teases a New 3D Printer Filament You Can Sculpt
It's proven itself to be a wonderful artistic medium; we've seen some amazing, beautiful sculptures created with 3D printers. Most of the creative work, however, comes before the piece is printed. The design is done on a computer; you don't get that …
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3D Brooklyn makes 3D printer filament out of non-recyclable plastics

3D Brooklyn makes 3D printer filament out of non-recyclable plastics
Most of the single use plastic that comes into our lives can be recycled, but there are some items like chip and snack bags that can't go in the recycling bin. 3D Brooklyn has partnered with Terracycle, the company known for recycling materials that …
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What If 3D Printing Was 100x Faster? | Joseph DeSimone | TED Talks

What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over … slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new technique — inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 — that’s 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous promise of 3D printing?

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Artist Francesco Pacelli Puts the WASP Delta LDM Clay 3D Printer to Work

Artist Francesco Pacelli Puts the WASP Delta LDM Clay 3D Printer to Work
Using paste extruders to 3D print in clay and ceramics is a rapidly growing trend due to the ability to create objects that are virtually impossible to make using traditional methods, giving ceramic artists entirely new ways to produce amazing pieces …
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