Equipped with a Bits From Bytes printer and Polhemus 3D scanner, this the Kiosk 2.0 from Unfold can create custom 3D prints on the spot.
James Gardiner is using 3D printers to produce unique, natural-looking coral reef because the real coral around Australia is dying faster than it’s growing.
“This is architecture of extreme integration, of nuanced transgressions of the extensive and intensive, of dipping in and out of poché space, pushing up against architectural surfaces, and reconstituting them in a more complex way. Poché becomes vivid, active space rather than blackened solids of […]
Lurking securely in one of the corners of 3D Printshow London, what appeared to be a sloppily recreated dinosaur skull was actually a scaled prototype of a printed house.
A designer over at 3D printer Objet got in the Halloween spirit and 3D printed quite a conglomeration of craniums -- in five spooky colors.
Patrick used a Planmeca ProMax 3D ProFace CAT scanner to capture his face. The image was sent to a ZPrinter 650 to print in high definition full color and the result is uncomfortably accurate.
The Form 1 stereolithography 3D printer raised $2,945,885 at Kickstarter. This is great news. That’s almost $3 million that the people of Formlabs didn’t have to borrow.
You can thank Ryan Kittleson for this one, because not only did he model out a digital 3D version of Success Kid to print, he also showed us the process.
Bits From Bytes has upgraded the software that runs their 3D printers. AXON 3 now slices 30 times faster than before and allows for multicolored printing.
The Bioscope takes a digital movie file from a USB drive, like your Christmas ‘88 that dad recorded on the new camcorder, and plays it back at relative speeds as a series of separate frames.