Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi explain how their clients have tackled manufacturing automation.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at a new project by the University of Warwick.
This week’s selection is the Tic Tac Toe in a Box 3D model by Natalie Cheesmond.
This week’s selection is the incredible 3D Printed Rockpiquarium Screen Saver by Colton Westrate.
Readily3D, one of the first companies to tackle the new volumetric 3D printing process, has adapted their process for bioprinting.
The Glia Project is leveraging 3D printing to bring desperately-needed medical equipment to poor areas of the globe through an online service.
While there’s nothing quite as bad as stepping on a stray LEGO block, a close second is having to sort out the mess of bricks once you (or your kids) are done using them.
This week’s selection is “Building Open Source Hardware” by Alicia Gibb.
The 3D printed Youbionic Human Arm is available now as an affordable project integrating high-level robotics and broad capabilities.
This week’s selection is “Build Your Own CNC Machine” by Floyd Kelly James and Patrick Hood-Daniel.
I embarked on a project to create a 3D printed QR code that guests at our house could scan to gain access to our guest wireless network. Why 3D you might ask? Well, that’s how geeks like myself like to impress their guests!
Siemens is leading a 14-partner project focused on a big IDEA: the Industrial implementation of Digital Engineering and Additive manufacturing.
Should educational institutions use their own 3D printers or instead use 3D print services? We examine advantages and disadvantages of each approach.
Have you ever wanted to 3D print lithophanes? It turns out to be suprisingly easy!
Jacqueline Sosnowski is a Project Manager for The Technology House in Streetsboro, Ohio.
Sustainability is a major issue in today’s world, and additive manufacturing may be able to help the concrete industry lower CO2 emissions.
This week’s selection is the useful 3D Printer Projects for Makerspaces by Lydia Sloan Cline.
This month’s selection for our community support program is the fascinating Otto DIY project: build your own robot.
UK-based Laykanics is an interesting service that offers monthly 3D print-based project kits that I think could be very suitable for educators looking to expose students to 3D printing.
GrabCAD’s excellent Workbench product is now available for free, disposing of previous monthly fees.