This week’s question is all about how to 3D print an enormous metal house ornament.
Researchers have developed the incredible ability to 3D print copper at atomic scales.
Exaddon produces a unique 3D printer that can produce micro-sized metal objects.
Researchers have devised a system using a 1.6nm nozzle to 3D print incredibly tiny objects.
This week’s selection is the electroplated Thor Hammer by engineer Ian Chamas.
I came upon a news release explaining that Fabric8Labs raised US$19M. But who are they and what do they do?
A reader inquires about the best method for 3D printing an artistic work in metal. We explore several options, some of which are quite expensive.
Exaddon has developed a unique metal 3D printer that is capable of 3D printing microscopic metal objects in metals like gold, silver and platinum. We found out some details of how it works.
Soon we’ll find out what The Metallizr can do for 3D prints.
It seems that electroplating might become a popular secondary 3D print service, if trends carry forward.