This week’s selection is the Slide Glide Cyclides by mathematician Henry Segerman.
New research has developed a method for increasing resin 3D printing resolution.
Researchers have developed a mathematical model to predict extrusion widths to improve 3D print quality.
Startup Metafold is developing a way to 3D print large objects with highly complex geometries.
The US Air Force, in concert with scientists from Texas A&M University, developed a novel way of 3D printing the strongest type of steel.
This week’s selection is “Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging” by Thomas Luhmann, Stuart Robson, Stephen Kyle and Jan Boehm.
A research thesis details the incredibly complex world of volumetric 3D printing. We review the highlights.
This week’s selection is “In Pursuit of the Unknown: 17 Equations That Changed the World” by Ian Stewart.
This week’s selection is the amazing Gripping Gears by Henry Segerman, Will Segerman and Sabetta Matsumoto.
Have you ever heard of the Golden Ratio? This incredible mathematical number is all around you, and a new book explains its history and importance.
This week’s selection is the fascinating “Visualizing Mathematics with 3D Printing” by Henry Segerman.
For many of us, math wasn’t exactly our strongest subject back in school
Israeli 3D designer Asher Nahmias, aka Dizingof, has unexpectedly marked many incredible designs as free downloads.
Interested in mathematically-generated 3D models? We have a site you should check out.
We’re amazed by Todd Doehring’s Meshagons, which are 3D printable “tetrahedral finite element (FE) mesh sculptures”.
We’re looking at a PDF, strangely stored on Thingiverse, where one normally finds 3D models. The PDF is an academic document entitled, “3D Printing for Math Professors and Their Students”. It’s exactly that: a paper taking the reader through the process of linking mathematics and 3D printing. Yes, this means generating intricate 3D models… Continue reading 3D Printing for Math Professors and You, Too
We’re looking at Virtox’s Quark Jewelry as shown on their MixeeLabs page. While it appears to be merely 3D prints for a geometric jewelry piece, there’s more to the story. It’s highly adjustable. This is a perfect example of the flexibility of mathematical design. By hitting the “Explore” tab, you’ll see a number of… Continue reading Virtox’s Adjustable Quark Jewelry