A few companies have flexible 3D printed materials, but up until now they’ve been just barely non-rigid. Now Materialise has a truly flexible material.
3D printing is perfect for Potomac Meso’s application because it’s inexpensive for their custom, low-volume products.
We don’t typically run a company’s promotional video here, but Stratasys always does such a great job on them and this one in particular is very good.
Watch this stunning video of models showcasing several 3D printed fashion designs. Filmed by n9 productions, it’s of extraordinary production value.
Stratasys and Materialise unveiled their 3D printed fashion collaborations as part of Iris van Herpen’s Haute Couture show, ‘VOLTAGE’ in Paris Fashion Week.
The century-old motor company Daimler AG is making large 3D printing moves that will surely challenge other automobile manufacturers to get their gears turning a little faster.
Objet 3D printers are helping the Legacy Effects studio to design characters, creatures, suits, props, collectibles and animatronics more productively.
The biggest freaking wrench ever 3D printed has just come out of an Objet1000 3D printer. I should say big, what I should say is enormous!
What makes Skyfall’s DB5 different is, you guessed it, it was 3D printed. Though I should say they were printed, as there were three in total.