Sometimes technology is going just too far.
Photocentric has teamed up with CoreTechnologie to supercharge creation of 3D models for their printers.
Artec 3D released the latest version of their scanning software, Artec Studio 17.
I just discovered a very interesting tool that should be of interest to anyone performing 3D scanning.
Aad van der Geest is working on a new concept called “Double i3” that should be able to 3D print in full color.
Stratasys announced an unusual collaboration with Adobe to dramatically simplify use of color in 3D printing.
What do you really use full-color 3D printing for? I have some ideas.
Raise3D announced a new version of IdeaMaker, version 4.1.0, which includes a very interesting capability.
Stratasys announced a new member to their J8 series of full color 3D printers, the J826, which will enable easier acquisition by educators.
Novameat has designed a specialized 3D printer to replicate the fibrous texture of meat, and this could lead to an explosion of plant-based alternative 3D printed meats.
Those unsightly layer lines are really not unsightly, and are a product of your unconscious bias. We found a story that explains the truth about 3D print layer lines.
When will 3D printing finally change the fashion industry? It may happen soon with Stratasys’ announcement of a way to 3D print in full color directly on fabric using production processes.
For those interested in full color 3D printing with gradients and textures, OWE has developed a device that can do just that at a very low price.
This week’s selection is the informational “2.5D Printing: Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D Applications” by Carinna Parraman and Maria V. Ortiz Segovia.
Formlabs has executed a very interesting experiment in hydrographics using their 3D printing equipment.