The 30 Words of 3D Printing
3D printing is an always evolving technology, using multiple different materials and techniques in order to obtain the best results. With such ongoing innovations, the vocabulary of 3D printing can be quite difficult to master. That’s why we decided to elaborate this post on the main words of 3D printing, explaining to you what all of the most important terms mean. If you wish to get more information, you can click on the... Read More
Mat(t)isse: 3D Printing for Breast Reconstruction
Mat(t)isse developed a new technique for breast reconstruction, which uses lace and a 3D printed shell. This very innovative technique allows to personalize the implant and to avoid undergoing multiple surgeries. We had a talk with Julien Payen, co-founder of the project, about their path, their uses of 3D printing, and the implications of this new method, which are numerous and offer many benefits for women in need of breast... Read More
How to Choose Between 3D Printing Services
Choosing between 3D printing services is not always an easy decision to make. With many companies offering this kind of services, you might actually be quite confused. In this article, we want to help you understand better which criteria are the most important ones to decide which partner you want to work with. First of all, let’s define quickly what 3D printing services are. When you wish to 3D print, you can either purchase a... Read More
18 of the Best Hardware Accelerators to Launch Your Business
Today we are going to focus on the 18 best accelerators for entrepreneurs interested in creating a physical product. Accelerators reached an amazing amount of publicity and fame after the success of Uber in 2011, but now we see that the tides have turned from software, services and app accelerators to hardware accelerators. Here is a list of the 18 best hardware accelerators around the world for 2017 to help you succeed with your... Read More
Oracle goes into production with Carbon and Sculpteo
This news was originally published by Carbon. We’re very proud to be part of this project, helping produce board alignment brackets, delivered in days instead of months for other technologies. Additive Manufacturing is no longer just for prototyping. With Carbon, Oracle was able to design and print an extremely precise bracket hardly an inch in size, enabling a 3D-printed production volume solution for their new... Read More
Is Glass 3D Printing the next big 3D Printing trend? MIT Media Lab & More!
This month, glass 3D printing has been one important trend spotted at the Milan Design Week. Each year, the Lexus Design Award helps young designers turn their concepts into prototypes. For its tenth year of presence at this event, Lexus decided to work with Neri Oxman, architect, designer, and professor of the MIT Media Lab to create an installation for the opening space of the exhibition. Made of 3d printed glass, it opens new... Read More
Regulating The 4th Industrial Revolution: How To Face This Challenge?
Innovation is a challenge for regulation, and, in many ways, regulation is a slowing factor for innovation. This can be explained in simple terms: innovation is fast, and, these days, it goes faster and faster, disrupting the way we communicate, create, consume, live; on the other hand, regulation is slow, and it needs to be: it takes into account the social impact of technology, its potential uses, abuses and complications. In the... Read More
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