3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — May 16, 2015

This week’s stories we didn’t cover include several about filament, the stuff that printed things are made of. Lenovo has announced a $3 million investment in Polymaker for filament development, an Amsterdam-based outfit — Space Junk 3D — has created a material that looks like marble, and Laywood just got more flexible with the rolling out of Laywood-Flex, which simulates the flexibility found in a natural tree branch. In non-filament related news, Launzer makes it possible to print your favorite characters from Legendary Games’ Year 0: Tactics; you can 3D print your own bow tie rigged with a spy camera; and Queensland has dropped efforts to pass legislation targeting 3D printing guns. Also, ethical fine jewelry has found a friend in 3D printing, and open source affordable robot hand creator Open Bionics’ 3D printed hand has been short-listed in the Inclusive Technology competition.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)




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