Posts Tagged "Materials"


Friday Funday! Ice Cream and Mechanical Engineering

Friday Funday! Ice Cream and Mechanical Engineering


How much do you know about the effects of 3D printing on ‘Mechanical Engineering’? If you’re like most people it’s not something that you’re naturally interested in and that’s why I’m excited to share with you why it’s interesting and pretty fun as well. Let’s take a look. 3D printing has been leaking into unexpected areas for the last 10 years, these are areas such as food and fashion. Engineering and hardware manufacturing are areas...

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No Assembly Required: Multi-Material 3D printing

No Assembly Required: Multi-Material 3D printing


As we move forward by integrating 3D printed electronics into 3D printed cases the question is raised: “Is there a printer that can do this task (and more) in one shot?” Multi-material printing is a hot topic for the 3D printing industry in 2015, at CES this year there were companies showcasing electro-plastic filament for desktop 3D printers (scroll down to see the video). With this material you can print your own circuit...

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Future Materials for 3D Printing

Future Materials for 3D Printing


3D Printing has grown rapidly and it’s gaining popularity in areas like fashion, aeronautics, and medicine; thanks to innovative new materials we see this technology being used for wildly different purposes. The future of new 3D printing materials will drive this technology to new horizons. With half of 2015 behind us, it’s only natural to think about the future of 3D printing materials. Many large companies have invested...

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4th of July: Top 10 Countdown of Patriotic 3D Prints!

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...

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Sculpteo Success Story: Backbone by Tunuva

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...

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