If there’s one maker in the 3D printing community who has taught us it’s okay to dream big, it’s Melissa Ng, the New York-based artist behind Lumecluster. In this week’s Maker Profile we talk to the artist about her inspirations, working with 3D printing, and much more.
3Ders readers will be more than familiar with the work of James Bruton, the founder of XRobots. From his amazing robotic 3D printed BB-8 Droid to his record-breaking 3D printed self-portrait, Bruton is one of the most prolific makers in the 3D printing…
At just 15 years old, Bay Area’s Shami Oshun founded her own eponymous fashion label. Now, just three years later, the young and amazingly ambitious designer is breaking into the world of 3D printed fashion in a big way.
Our readers will already know how excited we were about the release of Marvel’s Black Panther and how especially pleased we were that some of the film’s stunning costumes were made using 3D printing technologies.
In our latest Maker Profile, Matt Denton of Mantis Hacks talks to 3Ders about his career in the film industry, what goes into his giant 3D printed LEGO makes, his ongoing robotic hexapod project, and much more.
Chinese Rapid Prototyping company 3ERP wants to change the way you think about 3D printing and advanced manufacturing in China. The Guangdong-based company has worked with huge names like Lamborghini and Bosch, and says its products stand up to the str…
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As 3D printing becomes more and more accessible to people outside the manufacturing, science, and technology sectors, we’re starting to see its potential realized in all sorts of interesting ways. The combination of 3D printing and fashion, for example, may not seem like the most natural fit, but it is starting to become an everyday reality all over the world.
Justyna Stasiewicz is performing a rare balancing act. Despite currently studying for a PhD, the Polish designer runs her own 3D printed jewelry company, Stasiewicz Jewelry. And as if that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, she has also recently been involved with the Open BioMedical Initiative, a nonprofit dedicated to producing and distributing open source 3D printable prostheses for those in need. After hearing about her (many) activities through Open BioMedical’s Valentino Megale, we got in touch with the talented designer to talk 3D printed jewelry, 3D printed prostheses, and Couchsurfing.