Tagged with " 3D Design"
Mrz 24, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

Exclusive Interview with 3D Character Artist Ben De Angelis on 3D Printing’s Future & His Designs

One of the great things about 3D printing is that 3D designers don’t really need to learn an entirely new trade in order to get into the swing of things when it comes to fabricating unique 3D printable creations. Take for example Ben De Angelis of Follygon. He is a Cincinnati-based designer who started out in 3D animation, yet has quickly become quite keen on creating 3D printable content.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Feb 23, 2015 - 3D-Druck News, 3D-Software

CAD Moves to the Start of Design

In the past, the design process began as an idea that turned into a sketch on paper. From there, the design was forged into a physical object — often using 3D printing. Computer-aided Design (CAD) came in later. Now, the product design often begins with CAD drawings, often in 2D. 3D CAD comes later, and 3D printing often comes in even later in the design process — sometimes not until production. Advances in CAD software, as well as advances in transferring 2D CAD to 3D CAD have helped to automate design, all in the name of productivity and speed to market.
(…weiter auf designnews.com)

Mini-Doc Gives the Back Story on Life-Size 3D Printed Elephant

Last august, 3D printing designer and engineer Joris van Tubergen thought up a clever method for drawing attention to the plight of endangered elephants for World Elephant Day.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

ELEPHANT

ELEPHANT from Klaas Arie Westland on Vimeo.

In 2014, World Animal Protection started a campaign called ‘Get off the Elephant’, a campaign to persuade people to stop riding elephants. At the heart of this campaign was a life-size 3D printed elephant, exhibited and printed live at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Filmmaker Klaas Arie Westland documented the campaign from beginning to end, focusing mainly on the technical and interpersonal boundaries that needed to be pushed to create this project.

This film gives insight into the importance of the cause and conveys the idealistic motives behind the project. The documentary itself ended up becoming part of the campaign.
(Quelle: Vimeo)

Emerging Objects Set to Unveil Enormous 3D Printed Structure in Berkeley

Emerging Objects, the world’s favorite manufacturer of large-scale structures made from unique materials, is about to unveil something big. Though many of the specifics regarding the project, dubbed Bloom, are under wraps until the official unveiling on March 6 at the College of Environmental Design (CED) in Berkeley, Emerging Objects’ latest creation sounds like it might be pretty big, literally and figuratively.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

London Designer 3D Prints Intricate „Cellular Coffee Table“

Imagine a time in the not too distant future when the interior design of homes and offices can be almost entirely customized thanks to 3D printing. We have already seen a company in China 3D print an entire mansion, but what about the stuff that goes inside the mansion? Furniture, decorations, and art can already be 3D printed as well, it’s just that it’s not exactly economical quite yet. As the technology progresses, however, prices will come down, and a world of complete customization will slowly emerge.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Company commercializes new design tool that helps users create computer-generated shapes without using a mouse

A Purdue innovation that enables people to use a new class of hands-free, gesture-based 3D modeling software is being commercialized by Zero UI, a Cupertino, California-based company that specializes in 3D modeling technology.
(…weiter auf otc-prf.org)

ZeroUI

A company has licensed Purdue intellectual property that could address the limitations of conventional computer-aided design tools that are needed to create geometric shapes.
(Quelle: Youtube)

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