4th of July: Top 10 Countdown of Patriotic 3D Prints!
In celebration of Independence Day in the U.S. we’re celebrating with a top 10 countdown! So here is our TOP 10 Patriotic Prints for 2015! #10. United States Cookie Cutter – Made with Food Safe Non-Toxic ABS in an FFF printer. #9. These Patriotic Candleholders – Made with a FFF printer #8. These 80’s Shade Glasses In Red, White & Blue – Made with ABS material #7. This $4,000 Guitar – Made with... Read More
Sculpteo Success Story: Backbone by Tunuva
Today’s Sculpteo Success Story features Quentin Bowden of Tunuva and he talks with us about how Sculpteo helped him create a product called ‘Backbone’ for your iPhone. Quentin can you tell us more about what Tunuva is, and also about what ‘Backbone’ does? Sure! So Tunuva started out as a 3d printing services company but it has since changed over into a product design company, and about a year ago we had... Read More
3D printing growth: the most relevant studies to build your strategy
The 3d printing growth is on everyone minds these days. In general, 3D printing boasts an estimated annual growth of about 30%: with a market worth 4.1 billion, according to the Wohlers Report 2015, which is expected to reach 21.2 billion within the next 5 years. In practice, this will require increasingly larger and more sustainable investments in this technology, as with any manufacturing industry. This is something we touched on in... Read More
Beyond 3D Printed car and Supercar: can you 3D print car parts?
Prospective projects including 3D Printing are regularly shaking automative manufacturing by re-inventing the way we conceive and build cars. But should you wait several years before using 3D Printing in your own car? Last week’s announcement of the performances of Blade made the buzz. This supercar created by divergentmicrofactories is based on a 3D-printed chassis that can be assembled in a matter of minutes. The chassis... Read More
Find the hackerspace close to you with the Makermap
Beyond summer beaches and music festivals what about visiting an hackesrspace and being inspired by making stuff? The Makermap charts the hackerspaces and the maker resources around the world. The Makermap is an ongoing open source project which aims to create a global database of maker resources – from workspaces to incubators – which is powered by the maker community and easily searchable on any device. The project was... Read More