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Emerging Objects Joins 3D Potter on Revolutionary Potterbot XLS-1 Construction 3D Printer

3D printing innovators, 3D Potter and Emerging Objects, have joined forces to introduce a new innovation in robotic ceramic/paste extrusion additive manufacturing technology. Called the Potterbot XLS-1, the printer represents a huge leap in innovation, with build dimensions and speeds that facilitate llarge-scaleprinting as well as multiple object manufacturing. Its build envelope …

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University of HK Builds Ceramic Constellation Pavilion with Robotically 3D Printed Bricks

  The Fabrication and Material Technologies Lab of The Faculty of Architecture at The University of Hong Kong have recently finished its first robotically manufactured intervention called Ceramic Constellation Pavilion. The Pavilion, which was built by researchers and students utilizing robotic technology, is the first outcome of a new collaboration …

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Low Cost Desktop 3D Printing Used in High End Landscape Design

As recently highlighted by online magazine Total Landscape Care, 3D printing has become available to both small and large companies in every industry to take advantage of and the landscaping industry is no different. Company owner Kurt Kraisinger and his design team at Lorax Design Group used an Ultimaker 3 to focus on …

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Disney Shows Ultra Detailed 3D Model of Upcoming Star Wars Land Theme Park

Two Star Wars-inspired lands are currently under construction at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort. The first detailed 3D model of Star Wars Land (now officially called Galaxy’s Edge) is on display this weekend at the 2017 D23 Expo. Both Star Wars-inspired lands will transport guests to a never-before-seen planet, a remote trading port and one of the …

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Barking Riverside and Hobs Studio Unveil Largest Ever 3D Printed Master Plan Model

The UK’s largest 3D printed master plan model has been unveiled at Barking Riverside, one of Europe’s largest Brownfield developments – which will deliver over 10,800 new homes in East London. The model was created and 3D printed by Hobs Studio, a 3D scanning, 3D Design and 3D printing studio …

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Neri Oxman and MIT Show Yet Another Approach to 3D Printing Buildings

The list of materials that can be produced by 3D printing has grown to include not just plastics but also metal, glass, and even food. Now, MIT researchers are expanding the list further, with the design of a system that can 3D print the basic structure of an entire building. …

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Zaha Hadid Architects Brings 3D Printed Thallus Sculpture to Milan Design Week

Named after the Greek word for flora that has no differentiation between stem and leaf, Thallus is an experimental structure investigating form and pattern generated by advanced manufacturing and computational methods. Created by automated additive manufacture as well as hot-wire cutting technology, the structure presents the on-going investigations into robotic …

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Russian Startup Renca Launches géobeton Geocement for 3D Printing Construction

In Irkutsk for the first time in Russia successful tests of géobeton (geopolymer concrete) geocement were made in printing constructions on a mobile 3D printer. A Russian-Italian company Renca Rus, LLC has elaborated and tested various compositions of geobeton based on geopolymer binder for 3D printing on the mobile construction …

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