Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how PepsiCo was able to leverage advanced 3D printing technology.
3D Printing The Most Incredible Props
Formlabs just published a very interesting piece on how one of their clients leveraged 3D printing to produce movie props that would otherwise be impossible.
Massivit Is On To Something Big With Their CIM Technology
We recently had a chance to talk with Massivit directly.
Mantle Demonstrates Metal Paste Capabilities
Mantle has performed several projects to demonstrate the viability of their unusual paste 3D printing system.
Packaging Disruption and 3D Printing
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at HP’s interest in the packaging industry.
HP Enters the Bottle Business
HP announced a strategic acquisition that effectively puts them in the bottle-making business.
Strong Binder Discovered for Sand 3D Printing
Researchers have identified a technique for 3D printing sand with great strength.
3D Printing Heatsinks In Polymer?
A new 3D printer filament product will open up some interesting thermal applications.
3D Printing The Tiniest Tools
I spoke with Avi Cohen, EVP Sales at Nanofabrica, for a look into why micro-scale precision in 3D printing is a huge achievement.
Question of the Week: Footwear 3D Printing
This week’s question relates to how best to perform 3D printing of footwear, specifically, flip flops.
Producing Paper Objects With 3D Printing
An inventive designer has developed a method for producing 3D paper objects using recycled paper and 3D printed molds.
Tritone Making Progress Developing MoldJet Technology
Tritone has been quietly building their MoldJet technology and is nearing a release of their beta 3D printing equipment.
3DEO Reaches Surface Finishing Milestone
We caught up with 3DEO last week and discovered they have reached a significant milestone.
AddiFab Intrigues With 3D Printing Freedom For Injection Molding
“It’s kind of basic,” says AddiFab Inc. CEO Carsten Jarfelt, “we combine the freedom of 3D printing with the known, credible, repeatable benefits of injection molding.”
“Alternately Soluble” 3D Print Casting
I’m reading about a very unusual technique for 3D printed casting that involves two soluble support materials.
AddiFab Emerges with Freeform Injection Molding, Mitsubishi Collaboration
Product and prototype: productype. The freedoms of 3D printing with the volumes of injection molding. AddiFab promises these and more.
Building Better Skyscrapers With 3D Printed Molds
A construction project in Brooklyn is leveraging 3D printing the very practical way.
Melissa Ng Throws Down the (3D Printed) Design Gauntlet
Melissa Ng’s stunning Phoenix Gauntlets are inspired by 15th century armor and brought to new fashionable life with 3D printed jacket molds.
Formlabs Releases New, Even Hotter 3D Printing Resin
Formlabs surprisingly announced a new formulation of their high-temperature resin.
Carbon’s Comfy Strategy
Carbon announced additional partnerships recently, but it seems to be a part of a larger strategy for business expansion.
Innovation is Sweet with Janne Kyttanen
Prolific designer Janne Kyttanen offers insights into 3D printing, popsicles, and adding real value to industry.
Watch Industrial Designer Eric Strebel’s Method for Making 120 Cast Parts From Scratch
Always one for ingenuity, Eric Strebel puts his industrial design expertise to good use even with the simplest of tasks.
SweetYourWords Hits The Sweet Spot
A new food service based on 3D printing is about to launch: Sweet Your Words.
Soluble Support For Moulds? Experiments Are Underway
The rocket scientists at E3D-Online have been doing some rather interesting experiments with their soluble support material.
New Fast “Programmable Tooling” Tech Rivals Continuous DLP 3D Printing
When I last spoke to Graham Bredemeyer over a year ago, he told me that he was developing a unique 3D printer platform in his own apartment in Chattanooga, Tennessee.