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Engineer Designs 3D Printable 600 Watt Brushless Motor on makeSEA Platform / Video

Award-winning 3D designer Christoph Laimer designed a 600 Watt (almost) fully 3D printable Halbach Array brushless motor. Laimer, who is the chief designer at online enterprise 3D design makeSEA platform, is responsible for some of the most innovative designs, observations, and insights available on the makeSEA registry. Hailing from Zurich, Switzerland, a …

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Wearables, Fashion and Technology, What’s 3D Printing Got to Do With It?

The Internet of Things, flexible electronics, mass customization, augmentation, bionics and prosthetics, shape memory and programmable materials, sports devices and the Apple Watch. All these trendy tag terms – so different from each other – are somehow described and defined by and contained within the general idea of wearables. But what …

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CIPRES To Offer Fast, Fully Automated Surface Finishing and Coloring Solution for Mass Customization

In 3D Printing, surface finishing and coloring post-processing solutions are needed to produce acceptable printed parts. CIPRES, a leading provider of SLS 3D printing and e-coloring services, will be the first European company to provide high-speed surface finishing using AMT’s PostPro3D technology, in conjunction with CIPRES’S proprietary e-coloring technology. This …

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SEEM[N]EST Art Installation at Tallinn Biennale Explores 3D Printing with Porous Clay Materials

A team of designers from Studio UnSeen, Tiia Vahula, Ljudmilla Georgijeva, Madis Kaasik, working with Newcastle University Experimental Architecture Group (Rachel Armstrong, Rolf Hughes, Simone Ferracina) built the SEEM[N]EST installation for the Tallinn Architecture Biennale curator exhibition (curated by Claudia Pasquero) to explore 3D printing in clay and how porous …

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Royal Navy Imagines the Future of 3D Printed Biomimicry On-demand Submarines

The recent ORNL 3D printed submarine showed that large scale composite 3D printing is ready to be implemented in the production of marine and submarine vehicles. The Royal Navy has started to look even further by unveiling a series of futuristic submarine concepts which mimic real marine life forms and …

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My Thing 3D Printing Marketplace Launches with My Precious Plastics Contest

MY PRECIOUS PLASTICS is an international design competition that wants to rethink the endless possibilities of plastics and 3D printing technologies for designing unconventional jewelry pieces. The competition is open to designers from around the globe, who are interested in taking a step into the world of 3D printed jewelry. Amazing …

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Eram and Unistudio Present Personalized 3D Printed Heels

Have you ever been shopping for shoes and found it hard to get exactly the style you want? Now, with the help of a couple of Ultimaker 3D printers, fashion retailer Eram and Unistudio design studio are giving customers the power to create their own high heel designs and print …

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Shiro Studio, Arup and MHOX Collaborate on Revolutionary ENEA Walking Stick

Shiro Studio’s ENEA walking stick is the result of comprehensive research and a collaborative project focused on developing an innovative walking stick which addresses the stigma and flaws often associated with walking sticks currently available on the market. ENEA invites its users to establish an emotional connection with the walking …

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The purmundus Challenge for “Intelligent 3D Printing” Returns to formnext 2017

The purmundus challenge 2017 now has a theme: “Fusion – 3D printing intelligently combined”. This competition is once again teaming up with formnext powered by tct to invite the creative minds out there to enrich our lives with their ideas for innovative 3D-printed products. Organized in collaboration with the german …

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