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3D Printed Stainless Steel and Bronze Designs Available Faster Than Ever with i.materialise

As 3D printing technology improves, we’re seeing the gap between what’s possible with less expensive home printers and industrial-level machines grow narrower and narrower. One of the drawbacks of the small-scale, desktop machines has certainly been the limitations where printing material is concerned. While we’re tremendous fans of the thermoplastics, we also realize there are instances when your 3D design demands a material that is not only durable, but also emblematic of permanence.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Disney Research Develops New Fabric 3D Printer

As a kid, I loved going to the Disney Store at the local mall, usually with my grandma. At the back of those iconic stores was a bin of stuffed toys of beloved characters, and I wanted to hug all of them. Eeyore and Sorcerer Mickey were my particular favorites, and eventually the happy days came when I was able to take each of them home. It probably would have blown my young mind if anyone had even suggested that thanks to Disney research, the day might come when I would be able to 3D print my own soft toys and other soft items.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

A Layered Fabric 3D Printer for Soft Interactive Objects

Link to publication page:
http://www.disneyresearch.com/publica…

We present a new type of 3D printer that can form precise, but soft and deformable 3D objects from layers of off-the-shelf fabric. Our printer employs an approach where a sheet of fabric forms each player of a 3D object. The printer cuts this sheet along the 2D contour of the layer using a laser cutter and then bonds it to previously printed layers using a heat sensitive adhesive. Surrounding fabric in each layer is temporarily retained to provide a removable support structure for layers printed above it. This process is repeated to build up a 3D object layer by layer. Our printer is capable of automatically feeding two separate fabric types into a single print. This allows specially cut layers of conductive fabric to be embedded in our soft prints. Using this capability we demonstrate 3D models with touch sensing capability built into a soft print in one complete printing process, and a simple LED display making use of a conductive fabric coil for wireless power reception.
(Quelle: Youtube)

New Protocol Helps 3DFilo Rate the Best 3D Printing Filament for the Job

Dozens of new products – including some produced by large petrochemical groups – are literally flooding the market, offering hundreds of different options for 3D printer filaments. And, developed in collaboration with Dogma Solutions, 3DFilo’s Filaments Evaluation Protocol (FEP) test aims to provide users, especially those who buy consumables for 3D printing, the criteria for determining whether a particular filament is suitable for a specific use.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

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