Posts made in September, 2011

On September 26th, 3D Systems announced the immediate availability of the ProJet 1500 personal 3D printer priced at $14,500, making high-resolution durable color parts accessible to more designers, engineers, architects, marketers, educators and students. This new 3D printer print high-resolution, durable plastic parts in up to six different colors. Parts printed on the ProJetTM 1500 are tough and suitable for a variety of functional...

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WireCASE showcase a lot of beautiful architecture 3D models on its Sculpteo Gallery embedded below. If you are an architect you too can benefit from Sculpteo’s Embeddable 3D Viewer to showcase your 3D models everywhere you want. The big advantage is you can sell 3D prints of your models and allow users to customize them (if you decide to). Related posts: No related...

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A Slingshot ready to be 3D Printed

Posted By on Sep 28, 2011

This Slingshot (elastic not included) was designed by Edgar Castelo, known as edgarinventor on the Sculpteo gallery. Update: “How to make a Slingshot” Related posts: No related...

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“Basically, if you can get it into the computer, if you can describe the design in the computer, the machine will print it and make it real,” says Z Corporation’s Vice President of Product Management, Joe Titlow. “It starts by putting down a layer of powder, which is 4 thousandths of an inch thick. We combine, we print on that powder with a liquid binder solution that binds those powder particles together, and...

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Blue Robot

Posted By on Sep 26, 2011

The Sculpteo Gallery has recently welcomed “Blue Robot”, a new robot designed by “Troll” “The world of robots has always fascinated me, so it felt very natural when I designed BlueRobot, the first in a series of original characters. It’s consistent with the style of my illustrations, a mix of manga and cartoon. I like the idea of frozen movement, so I designed it in full takeoff (or landing) mode so that...

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Objet Geometries just launched a new bio-compatible 3D Printing material called MED610 that have five medical approvals. MED610 “is a rigid material featuring great dimensional stability and colorless transparency. The material is ideal for applications requiring prolonged skin contact of over 30 days and short term mucosal-membrane contact of up to 24 hours”. This new material is ideal for: – Medical and Dental...

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Stradivarius 3D Printed replica

Posted By on Sep 21, 2011

Wired UK got its hands on the Stradivarius 3D Printed replica made famous by The Economist The violin was manufactured by EOS using Laser Sintering technology (except for strings, fine tuner and pegbox), one of the multiple “3D Printing” technologies. The material used is a polymer named EOS PEEK HP3 “The violin was a technology exercise,” EOS told “We wanted to test what we can achieve with...

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Chris Turner, an engineer at EADS Innovation Works near Bristol use an ARCAM 3D Printer to make a small part for an Airbus A380 airliner. The aim is to test whether printed parts can stand up to use in airliners, helicopters, and spacecraft. “Once we know that, we can scale up,” he says. “We could adapt this to make large aircraft components.” Two versions of a hinge for a jet-engine cover illustrate the...

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Solar Powered 3D Printer

Posted By on Sep 19, 2011

The RepRap Mendel presented here uses RAMPS 1.3. RepRap Arduino Mega Pololu Shield (or RAMPS) is designed to fit the entire electronics needed for a RepRap in one small package for low cost. The 3D Printer is powered by a battery connected to a 45 Watts solar panel kit. And with the SD Card add-on, the 3D Printer can print without a computer. The laptop is running RepSnapper, an alternative host software for controlling the RepRap...

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