Tagged with " 3D printed Models"

3-D Printing 101

Martha is an avid follower of new technologies — including the buzzworthy 3-D printer. Although 3-D printing has been used commercially since the mid-1980s, desktop models made for home users have only recently hit the market. A drastic drop in prices over the past couple of years (some models now cost less than $500) means that more and more people can afford to take this technology home. Even if you’re not planning to buy your own printer, you can still get in on the fun by designing and purchasing 3-D-printed home goods, jewelry, gadgets, and more.
(…weiter auf marthastewart.com)

Apr 1, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

The Revolution Will Be Printed in 3-D

Three-dimensional printing is an increasingly important tool for industry and research, and the terminology as well as the technology is creeping into the consumer market. But what is it? And how are UCLA faculty and students using it to create everything from bone splints to stunning fashion?
(…weiter auf magazine.ucla.edu)

Feb 17, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Alphaform and Tiburon Form Joint Venture for a New 3D Printed Online Art Shop

Alphaform is a German, publicly traded 3D printing company that spun out of German 3D printing leader EOS 18 years ago, in 1996. It now has about 235 employees but, strangely enough, a tiny market capitalization of 23 million dollars. That means its stocks appear to be highly undervalued, especially if compared with the burgeoning (though not necessarily overpriced) stocks of companies such as Stratasys and 3D Systems et al.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D printing on the road to motoring spare parts

Traditional manufacturing is not under threat just yet, but 3D printers are being used to make smaller customised runs of spare parts on site.

3D printers manufacture items by building them from the ground up, printing successive layers of plastic, metals or even wood compounds, to create three-dimensional objects. They can print everything from jewellery and kitchen gadgets, to shoes for Paris Fashion Week.
(…weiter auf theage.com.au)

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