The new “stereolithography” Monolith 3D printer is a sight to behold. Just look at this baby. It’s beautiful.
The Voxeljet Concept conveyor belt “continuous” 3D printer has a build area of 800mm x 500m by “infinity!” This is a revolutionary idea.
NPR’s Science Friday’s host Ira Flatow interviewed three important people in the 3D printing world this week. He welcomed guests Bre Pettis, Terry Wohlers and Hod Lipson. Listen in on this great 23 minute recording.
Microsoft used 3D printers in a super secret, high-security underground bunker to design the new Surface tablet computer.
Objet 3D printers now can print any of up to 107 materials, and they can print up to 14 different materials in one model.
Fujifilm showed up at a trade show and demonstrated the idea of leveraging their in-retailer photo kiosks to offer 3D printed products as well.
Check out this multi-material, 16 micron puzzle piece created by an Objet Connex 3D printer, as part of a complete puzzle for the RAPID show in Atlanta.
Objet has just announced their new 3D printer, the Objet30 Pro professional 3D printer. It’s priced at the desktop level, yet packs some powerful specifications.
For this year’s Star Wars Weekends opening May 18, Disney World will offer to 3D scan and 3D print visitors to the park, and print their faces into a Hans Solo style figurine.