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Fallingwater lives to see its 3D printed version

Fallingwater lives to see its 3D printed version
Fallingwater, the one-of-a-kind house designed by America’s most famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, has lived to see its spectacular 3D printed version. The residence was created with three different techniques: CNC milling, laser engraving and 3D printing. It took only two weeks to complete the project using the ZMorph all-in-one Personal Fabricator and the latest version of the voxel-based software, Voxelizer.
12th June 2015

API 'teleports' users to a network of 16,000+ 3D printers

API 'teleports' users to a network of 16,000+ 3D printers
  A public API which enables creators of 3D content to integrate a 3D print button for their models, connecting their users to a network of over 16,000 3D printers, has been introduced by 3D Hubs. 
12th June 2015

Software adjusts adhesive pressure of 3D printers

Mcor Technologies, manufacturer of the only line of desktop paper-based 3D printers, has announced the availability of new SliceIT print driver software for the its IRIS and Matrix 300+ line of Selective Deposition Lamination (SDL) 3D printers.
12th June 2015


3D printer provides 360° HD colour

Providing 360° HD colour while reducing operating costs by 20%, the Mcor IRIS HD 3D printer has been introduced by Mcor Technologies. Built on new algorithms and a newly designed carbide cutting tip, the printer makes full-colour detail and text on 3D printed models sharper than ever to deliver a photorealistic appearance around the full geometry of the model and better communication of granular information.
12th June 2015

3D printed products could treat head injuries

3D printed products could treat head injuries
The use of 3D printing in the health sector can radically modify patient care, making it economically accessible to all and implementing personalised therapies. The collaboration between the World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) and the Banca delle Cellule e del Tessuto Muscoloscheletrico (Bank of Cells and Muscular-Skeletal Tissue), based within the Rizzoli Orthopedic Institute, is enabling revolutionary projects.
11th June 2015

Conrad Business Supplies launches milling and engraving print head adapters for its renkforce single extruder 3D printer

Conrad Business Supplies launches milling and engraving print head adapters for its renkforce single extruder 3D printer
Conrad Business Supplies has introduced optional print head adapters for milling and engraving attachments for use with its renkforce RF1000 3D printer. Designed by Conrad’s Technology Center (CTC), the renkforce RF1000 offers users an adaptable, professional grade tool for the creation and development of 3D objects. 
11th June 2015

3D printed miniature jet engine reaches 33,000rpm

3D printed miniature jet engine reaches 33,000rpm
  A team of technicians, machinists and engineers from GE Aviation’s Additive Development Center have showed off their capabilities by 3D printing a miniature jet engine capable of revving up to 33,000rpm.
11th June 2015

3D design is mobile

To make the 3D design process more mobile, 3D SLASH has added multi-touch screen and WebGL features to its software. The one-click synchronisation allows users to create designs anywhere.
11th June 2015

Milling and engraving print head adapters enhance 3D printer

Milling and engraving print head adapters enhance 3D printer
Conrad Business Supplies has introduced optional print head adapters for milling and engraving attachments for use with its renkforce RF1000 3D printer. Designed by Conrad’s Technology Center (CTC), the renkforce RF1000 offers users an adaptable, professional grade tool for the creation and development of 3D objects.
8th June 2015

Boosting confidence in new manufacturing technologies

Boosting confidence in new manufacturing technologies
Additive manufacturing, including emerging 3D printing technologies, is booming. Last year an astronaut on the International Space Station used a 3D printer to make a socket wrench in space, hinting at a future when digital code will replace the need to launch specialised tools into orbit. Here on Earth, the Navy is considering applications for additive manufacturing aboard ships, and a commercial aircraft engine company recently announced its first FAA-approved 3D-printed part. 
5th June 2015


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