In the past month, objects like the one above began popping up on Thingiverse published by user by the name Shiv Integer. What would only become clear to the community through a bit of sleuthing was who truly created the work and why. Remaining to be fully understood is what to make of it. […]
Artist’s impressions of the proposed new science building at Sevenoaks School A great development is on the cards in Europe. Thanks to a multimillion-pound project set to be completed in 2018, SEVENOAKS is destined to become a home to some of the most advanced school science facilities in Europe. At an estimated cost of £32 […]
After the successful launch of SMF 3D printed lamp, the UAU Project team is ready to hit the headlines, amongst their collection comes the 3D printed coffee table aka SMF.02. The SMF .02 might be the simplest wooden table you’ve ever seen, it’s an assembly of 3D printed connectors and wooden strips. The Self […]
3D printed sculpture from renowned designer, Nick Ervinck, marks the first in a series of high-profile collaborations from Stratasys as part of the company’s new J750 collection, ‘The New Ancient’.
Stratasys also reveals a new creation based on an evolutionary two-year collaboration with Architect, Programmer and Game Designer, Jose Sanchez, made possible with Stratasys’ J750 3D Printer.
Guido is a traditional painter and a 3D modeller and he uses 3D printing service for his art project. I paint very simple, everyday objects which resonate with me, although there is always a level of ambiguity or tension in my paintings. Recently, I have begun to incorporate unusually placed 3d printed elements (modelled by me) into […]
Coming out of San Diego, California, SD3D Printing has slowly cultivated popularity with services such as their Printer Farm, which we covered back when it began operating around 2014. Equipped with both 3D printing power and a group of eager entrepreneurs, SD3D has just completed what could be their most ambitious project yet. Teaming up with Aon, […]
Over the last couple of years, the Belgium-based company i.materialise has established themselves as one of the leading 3D printing service providers around. Since 2014, they’ve expanded from Asia to the United Arab Emirates, and have also introduced a plethora of materials for their customers, including a wide range of metals and even laser-sintered wood […]
3D Printing very large objects can easily be a daunting task, taking several days. It’s therefore rarely an option for the makers. Massivit, an Israeli 3D Printing manufacturer developed an unique process, the Gel Dispensed Printing (GDP) to tackle this particular issue, making possible to print very large products in less than 10 hours. For […]
The occasion of international sculpture day serves as good excuse to survey how 3D printing has influenced the fine arts and assess whether the technology’s potential to “disrupt” has been fully realized. I haven’t seen this discussed elsewhere, but I don’t think it is a secret that the art world is perhaps the one realm […]
Here, at 3DPrintingIndustry we like to cover 3D Printing and 3D Scanning applications. One of our favorite project that combine these new technologies is the Scan the World initiative from MyMiniFactory. Cultural heritage is crucial to how we see ourselves as people. It reflects our long historical legacy as human beings and gives people a […]
Producing lattice structures with 3D printing technology provides major benefits – including reduced material cost, lighter weight, faster production time, and increased flexibility – to a number of industries. These complex, nature-based structures are especially important to the aerospace and automotive sectors, two areas where additive manufacturing is expanding exponentially. The German bionic tech company, […]