CASTOR announced an amazing new capability: analysis of 2D designs.
MIT has developed a device that can literally produce a fully functional object in one step, with no human intervention.
Researchers have developed a new method of cutting tiny 2D materials, but could this be the foundation of a new type of 3D printer?
This week’s selection is the Puzzle Cell Complex by Nervous System.
Charles Goulding of R&D Tax Savers examines HP’s announced mass layoffs and hope for its 3D printing business.
Today we’re looking at a very unusual device, the Mink makeup 3D printer.
A new 3D print service has launched, SnapilyPro, but it’s not what you think: they print 3D models in 2D. The service accepts 3D photoshop PSD files and uses lenticular printing to produce a flat surface image that appears to move when you rotate the image. Why would you use a 2D print… Continue reading Print 3D in 2D