iMaterialize Announces Winners of Their 3D Printed Drone Challenge

We have talked a lot in the past about the merging of 3D printing and UAV or drone technology. Whether it’s drones which actually 3D print objects from the sky without limitation, or 3D printers enabling individuals to customize drones however they’d like, the two technologies are going to change the world as we know it, in the coming decade.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Drone Challenge Winner: Biohazard Tracker by Pascal Breton

Pascal’s drone depicting the internationally-recognized biohazard symbol was designed on Autodesk’s Maya software with a noble mission: to access disaster-affected areas and assist with humanitarian aid.
(Quelle: Youtube / imaterialise)




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