The best 3D Printing Applications

Discover the newest applications of additive manufacturing for each industry and which major benefits you can expect from 3D printing. Find out our tips to choose the 3D printing technology and materials that fit your needs.

Mathematics and 3D Printing


Posted By on Sep 6, 2011

If you want to know what can be done with 3D printing, I recommend you to visit the 3D gallery of an user called “RLBAGULATFTN“. Here is his introduction: “Old guy who uses Mathematica: started 3d on a Radio Shack color computer in basic about 1979. ...

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User “Tortilla”, from Dijon Flying Club, modeled this Robin DR400 dashboard ready to be 3D Printed. “The Robin DR400 is a wooden sport monoplane, conceived by Pierre Robin and Jean Délémontez. The Robin DR400 first flew in 1972 and was still in produ...

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X-Files: 3D-Print an Alien Skull


Posted By on Sep 1, 2011

This Alien Skull has been 3D Printed with the High-Resolution 3D Printer created by Junior Veloso. Impressive, isn’t it? Back in April I told you about this photopolymer-based 3D Printer. Source : 3Dhomemade.blogspot.com Related posts: No related......

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Google Marketing Team and Grow Interactive worked together to create this Google Mobile ad, the first to utilize rich media on the Admob platform. “The experience, called Uncover Your World, speaks to the way the world around you becomes discoverable...

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Do you remember Brand Toys? “Brand Toys is the world’s first brand visualisation tool, a website which allows you to compare the character and personality of over 3000 brands across the world”. You can create a Brand Toy – a playful visualization of ...

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“Some IKEA products take up to two years to develop. Before it hits the stores, the idea needs to reach the compagny’s design goals: affordability, sustainability, good design and fantastic functions” In this National Geographic video, Johan Karlsson...

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NASA has selected 30 proposals for funding under the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts, or NIAC, program. The advanced concepts selected for study under NIAC were chosen based on their potential to transform our future space missions, enable new capa...

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Surgeon Anthony Atala demonstrates an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem: a 3D printer that uses living cells to output a transplantable kidney 7:24 – This is actually a desktop inkjet printer, but instead of usin...

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