3D Print Show left me deeply impressed with the things that are already done using 3D printing and literally endless possibilities of the technology.
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.
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.
Consumer car review site Edmonds.com made a new commercial, and to get the the results they wanted, the commercial developer chose to use 3D printing over CGI.
On October 19th to 21st 2012, the 3D Printshow was held in London. Renowned futurist Christopher Barnett has provided us with a video report of the show.
The Hyrel 3D, now funding at Kickstarter, is an all metal chasis single or dual extruder, precision 3D printer, built by an experienced engineering and design team.
Sean Charlesworth made this 3D-printed OPUS V: Octopod Underwater Salvage for his master’s thesis project. The incredible detail must be seen to be believed.
3D printer company Objet consistently puts out terrific videos, and they’ve really one-upped themselves with their latest, which they’ve named “Enabling Dreams to Reality.”
Belgian Group T wanted to make their racecar go faster, they 3D printed a super-sleek body. The car is called Areion, and it’s entered into the Formula Student Competition.