Daily Archives: February 14, 2016

Singapore Technologies Aerospace adopts 3D printing to design VIP aircraft

Singapore Technologies Aerospace adopts 3D printing to design VIP aircraft
Singapore Technologies Aerospace (ST Aerospace), which provides aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul for commercial and military aircraft, has today opened a new VIP Aircraft Interiors Centre equipped with digital design studios and 3D printing …
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Artists Turn Sound Into Ceramics with Custom 3D Printer

Artists Turn Sound Into Ceramics with Custom 3D Printer
The two men came up with the idea of mounting a speaker below a 3D ceramics printing platform. Then they played a variety of sounds as the printer did its thing. The vibrations from the sounds changed the printing pattern, giving the resulting pots a …
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Dutch consumers ready for technical revolutions and 3D printing, new study says

Dutch consumers ready for technical revolutions and 3D printing, new study says
Critics of the 3D printing industry often say that the common consumer will never adopt the technology at a large scale, but a new study by Dutch IT specialist group EMC Federatie argues otherwise. At the Digital Transformation Conference, held earlier …
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3D printing hands on: Attempting to print a NASA wrench

3D printing hands on: Attempting to print a NASA wrench
It costs about a thousand dollars to loft a pound of anything into space. Scientists, astronauts, and project managers are therefore understandably careful about what they choose to send to the International Space Station. Years of careful planning …
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