Daily Archives: April 26, 2016

PolySmooth and Polysher take the edge(s) off 3D printing

PolySmooth and Polysher take the edge(s) off 3D printing
While people are understandably pretty excited about what can be done with consumer 3D printers, one thing has to be admitted – the objects created by most of those printers tend to have a fairly rough, layered look to them. Polishing them by hand is …
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Ben Heck Answers Your 3D Printing Questions

Ben responds to viewer’s questions about 3-D printing by delivering a full tutorial! He covers the kinds of printers available as well as the basic parts and costs of building your own printer. Ben also demonstrates how to find existing designs to print and gives examples of software for designing objects from scratch. After printing some objects, he shares tips and tricks on how to create the best prints possible.

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Stratasys Unveils First Artworks Designed With New Breakthrough J750 3D Printer

Stratasys Unveils First Artworks Designed With New Breakthrough J750 3D Printer
Stratasys 3D printed WOLFKIAM, designed by Nick Ervinck, created for and in collaboration with Stratasys. Produced on Stratasys' new, unique Full-color, Multi-material J750 3D Printer. Photo credit: Yoram Reshef …
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colorFabb launches industrial-grade Stacker S4 3D printer at Hannover Messe

colorFabb launches industrial-grade Stacker S4 3D printer at Hannover Messe
The Hannover Messe, the world's leading technology trade fair, opens its doors today and is doubtlessly harboring countless 3D printing innovations. Among them is the latest industrial 3D printer by colorFabb: the Stacker S4, a large and competitively …
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Sand Springs Students Use 3D Printer To Create Hand

Sand Springs Students Use 3D Printer To Create Hand
Well, they decided to take that learning to the next step and get a 3D printer involved and actually make a hand. "We got the idea to make a real hand so they can see that bio-engineering can make a difference in people's lives," Johnson said. So, they …
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