Posts made in May, 2011


Fabaroni was a project from the How to Make (Almost) Anything Class of Fall 2007 (MIT) who decided to build a 3D Printer from scratch. They started to test the best material to use for this project. They choose food. After several tests they selected Pasta Dough. “We looked at inspirations from prior fab folks who had built 3D printers from scratch, and decided to loosely follow the Fab@Home design […] We were still...

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Mike Knuepfel explains where he got the idea of the “Keyboard Frequency Sculpture” I’ve been thinking about and exploring the idea of using 3D rapid prototyping techniques to create sculptural data visualizations. One idea was to have elements or data of the sculpture represent the object itself. I didn’t really have any great ideas for a particular data set and was having trouble explaining my idea to people. I settled on...

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Marianne Bust ready for 3D Printing


Posted By on May 26, 2011

Marianne is a national emblem of France and an allegory of Liberty and Reason. She represents France as a state, and its values. She is displayed in many places in France and holds a place of honor in town halls and law courts. In 1999, Laeticia Casta (famous French model) was ranked first in a national survey ordered by the “Association des Maires de France” to decide who should be the new model for the bust of Marianne....

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Cornell University Chronicle online journal has an interesting story about the use of 3D scanning and printing to replicate cuneiform tablets from ancient Mesopotamia in the Lab of Hod Lipson, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering. A Next Engine desktop 3D scanner was used to take 3D laser scans of the tablets. After scanning, the accompanying software, ScanStudio HD was used for post-processing and outputting 3D...

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Julien Deville from Yojigraphics can model your favorite pet. Then, the 3D Printing technology make the magic happen! What to do? Contact Julien at yojimbojul@gmail.com and send photos of your dog or cat. If you’re satisfied with the 3D model, you validate and Sculpteo can 3D-Print it for you. Look at Rex and Medor, a German Shepherd and Pug Dog from Julien’s gallery. For the 3D modeling of an existing breed the starting...

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We’ve already told you about a very big 3D Printer. Today we introduce you a very small one from Vienna University of Technology. “The prototype of the printer is no bigger than a carton of milk, it weighs 1.5 kilograms”. “We will continue to reduce the size of the printer, and the price will definitely decrease too, if it is produced in large quantities”, Klaus Stadlmann believes. Cool. Our lilliputian friends will...

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In this TV Show excerpt, our japanese friends scan a Melon in order to duplicate it using a 3D Printer from ZCorporation (ZPrinter 450). They are litteraly stunned by the result! After that, they explain what other things can be done with 3D Printing. Via ZCorporation Related posts: Full Color 3D Printing: Make Your Ideas Come True Architectural 3D Printing featured on PBS’s “This Old House” 3D Printing in “CSI...

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Last week, NASA selected the first payloads for Reduced-Gravity Flights. Among them, you can see “Printing the Space Future” from Made In Space Inc. NASA has selected 16 payloads for flights on the commercial Zero-G parabolic aircraft and two suborbital reusable launch vehicles as part of the agency’s Flight Opportunities Program. The flights provide opportunities for space technologies to be demonstrated and...

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Human Head Modeling (video)


Posted By on May 17, 2011

All is in the title. Watch the video and enjoy ! By Masahiro Ushiyama Related posts: 3D Printing the Human Body will.i.am “Scream & Shout” Music Video Featuring Britney Spears and … 3D Printing ! What’s Geo-modeling? 3D modeling and 3D Printing of the Olympic 2012 Stadium Learn 3D modeling from the best with 3DTi Minecraft collaborative 3D...

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