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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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Frank Herrera Shows Time-lapse 3D Modeling for 3D Printable Miyazaki’s Catbus (Video)

If you love Miyazaki and 3D printing then you should definitely check out this time-lapse video from designer Frank Herrera on the 3D modeling process for the iconic Catbus character from Studio Ghibli’s Totoro animated movie. If you – like everyone here at 3D Printing BUsiness Media – are a fan then …

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Girl with 3D Printed Hand Set to Break Record for Most Opening MLB Pitches (Video)

Seven-year old Hailey Dawson is set to become the record holder for the most opening MLB pitches and one of the best parts of this story is that it was in part made possible by 3D printing. Hailey was born with Poland syndrome and is missing three fingers on her …

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3D Printed Project Aslan Robotic Hand Translates to Sign Language (Video)

Project Aslan is a project launched by Belgian engineers, which seeks to minimize the communication barrier between the hearing enabled and the hearing impaired. By means of a robotic set-up, spoken language can be translated to sign language in real time. By using 3D printing and readily-available components, the Aslan robot …

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MIT Software Lets Designers Fully Exploit the High Resolution of 3D Printers (Video)

  Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new design system that catalogues the physical properties of a huge number of tiny cube clusters. These clusters can then serve as building blocks for larger 3D printable objects. The system thus takes advantage of physical …

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Stratasys Shows Off H2000 Infinite Build Platform to Potential Buyers (Video)

Stratasys recently showcased its new Infinite-Build (H2000) 3D printing system to a group of potential buyers at the company’s headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. With a build time that’s 10 times as fast as its predecessors and the ability to print infinitely long parts, the H2000 could change the game. …

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Ontario Inaugurates $4.2M Walker Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Niagara College

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on July 28 to mark the official opening of the Walker Advanced Manufacturing Centre at Niagara College’s Welland Campus. Ontario is supporting the development of a highly-skilled workforce and helping businesses in Niagara region access the technology and expertise they need to grow, create …

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Jenny Wu’s 3D Printed Catena Necklace Becomes Part of LACMA’s Collection (Video)

As first reported by 3DPrint.com, LACE by Jenny Wu, the leading 3D printing luxe jewelry line, have collaborated with ExOne, a global technology leader for industrial grade additive manufacturing, to produce one of the first fully 3D printed, interlocking designer steel necklace of its kind. Entitled Catena, this architecturally inspired, geometrically complex necklace …

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US Navy and ORNL Use BAAM to Build Entire 3D Printed Submarine Hull

Planes, automobiles, and…submarines? Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) just made a big splash with its latest application of 3D printing. Through a partnership with the Navy’s Disruptive Technology Lab and the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), the team at ORNL’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility (MDF) created the military’s first 3D printed submarine …

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