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3D Printing Industry Review of the Year January 2018

And it’s a Happy New Year! In January 2018 the 3D printing industry got off to a flying start. To learn more about what to expect from the next 12 months, we gathered the insights of over 30 additive manufacturing experts, including insights from CES 2018, and a look back to the patents granted in […]

The influence of 3D printing on fashion design

In 2013 burlesque dancer and artist Dita Von Teese modelled the first fully 3D printed dress in New York, ushering in a new generation in fashion design. Because of its potential for optimizing production processes, customization, and cost, 3D printing is expanding the field of what is possible in fashion. Below are a few examples […]

Balenciaga 3D scanning and 3D printing for luxury fashion in AW 2018 collection

Balenciaga creative director Demna Gvasalia is using 3D printing for high fashion. The results are nearly seamless jackets that form part of Balenciaga’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection. Gvasalia took 3D scans of his models’ bodies and then adjusted the body scans in a CAD program to achieve the “tailoring” he desired. The scans were then 3D […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, Gucci, MSF and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

What connection does 3D printing have to a 19th Century German philosopher? How can 3D printing turn virtual space-ships into a reality? How did 3D printing take one Streamliner vehicle beyond 200mph? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from the Government of Hamburg, GoPrint3D, Gravity Sketch, Nano Dimension, OMNI3D, LPW, Jugnoo, GEM Platform, Carpenter, FITNIK, Print My […]

Iris Van Herpen’s couture 3D printing stars in Paris Fashion Week 2018

3D printed fashions give designers a new means of expressing bold and inspiring looks. This week, the second of three 7 day events in the French capital’s fashion calendar, designers at Paris Fashion Week 2018 are flaunting the latest in Haute Couture. One of a kind and tailor-made, Haute Couture is the perfect platform for […]

3D printing news Sliced Arcam, Optomec, TU Delft, Neri Oxman

Today in Sliced: Additive Industries, Arcam, SHINING 3D, TechMed 3D, Haydon Kerk, TU Delft, Tim van Broekhoven, the Danish Technological Institute, Untika, TU Delft, Carnegie Mellon University, Optomec, Ethereal Machines, Porimy, Innoviz, the Air Force Research Laboratory, REGEMAT 3D, Austrian Space Forum, Neri Oxman, Iris Van Herpen, Full-bodied 3D scanning As full-body 3D scanners featured several times at CES 2018, Artec […]

3D printing news Sliced MIT, Kratzer, Rocket Lab, Nanoscribe, Relativity Space and Horizon Zero Dawn

Read on for an update on all the latest 3D printing news in design, research, applications and business news including Relativity Space’s test firing and detailed models from Horizon Zero Dawn. Also featured in this edition of Sliced: the University of California San Diego, Oxford Performance Materials, the 2nd World 3D Printing Olympiad, Fan Bingbing, Kitronik, America’s top […]

Simone Leonelli on the Blurred Boundaries between art, fashion and 3D printing

When art, fashion and 3D printing come together, the results can be simultaneously fascinating and perplexing. At the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA), Simone Leonelli, of the design W230 studio, has travelled along the fine line between the hand-crafted manufacture and automated additive manufacturing to produce the items for the exhibition “Blurred Boundaries“. The […]

Red Dot Design Museum: 3D-Druck im Fokus

Seit mehreren Jahren wird 3D Druck immer bekannter und wird in Zukunft wohl einen fixen Platz in unserer Gesellschaft erhalten. Daher beschäftigt sich die Ausstellung „Making a Difference / A Difference in Making“ von 27. September bis 30. Oktober im Red Dot Design Museum in Essen mit dem Thema 3D Druck. Die gleiche Ausstellung wurde

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