It's easy to get a basic reproduction of a painting, but getting a truly accurate copy is harder than you think. Modern 2D printers typically only have four inks to work with, which simply won't do if you're trying to mimic a classic. Researchers at…
Engadget RSS Feed
If you want to step into the world of 3D printing, you’ll need to know what you’re doing before diving in. We’ve got an excellent bundle on a ton of eBooks that cover the basics and then some, including 3D printing, CNC routing, and more, all for a heavily discounted rate. You’ll get a total […]
Come comment on this article: [TA Deals] Save 89% and get the CAD & 3D Printing eBook bundle for just $ 19
We sat down with the 3D-printing company Formlabs’ chief product officer to learn more about what’s next for Formlabs and the industry as a whole. Looks like prosthetics and long-term projects are underway.
The post Formlabs’ David Lakatos chats about robot prosthetics and future of 3D printing appeared first on Digital Trends.
“The one thing we can’t yet predict is how consumers are going to use the aluminum material,” Miranda Bastijns, i.materialise’s Director of Consumer Products, tells Digital Trends. We guess she’ll find out soon enough…
The post i.materialize brings laser sintering to the masses with new aluminum 3D printing option appeared first on Digital Trends.
“It’s been a fascinating process to transform the light captured in the photographs and the sound captured by the sonar sensors back into solid objects through the 3D printing process,” said archaeologist John McCarthy, who carried out the 3D modeling process.
The post How 3D printing brought two shipwrecks back to the surface appeared first on Digital Trends.
If you do a lot of 3D printing and are worried about the fumes, you may want to read a new study from US and French researchers. It measured the amount of particles emitted by five 3D printers using nine different filament materials. The new research…
Engadget RSS Feed
It might sound like a gimmick at first, but filament derived from old coffee grounds actually boasts a number of advantages over traditional PLA. It also emits a pleasant smell when you print with it.
The post This coffee-based 3D printing filament emits a pleasant smell while you print with it appeared first on Digital Trends.
The G3DP printer, as it’s called, doesn’t print in some sort of printer-friendly, glass-like composite — it prints straight-up molten glass, at temperatures upwards of 2,900 degrees Fahrenheit.
The post 3D printing with molten glass is just as mesmerizingly awesome as it sounds appeared first on Digital Trends.