Monthly Archives: Mai 2014

Dubliners to Receive Post-Modern Modernism: TechShop Plans 3D Printing Workshop in Dublin

By Evan Chavez

The 3D printing workshop sprouts in Ireland. American initiative TechShop will bring its workshop network space replete with expertise in software and creative tools common to the industry to DCU’s Innovation Campus in Glasnevin, Dublin 9. The main attraction of the workshop is the ability to use professional manufacturing equipment for any purpose spawned in the mind of a member paying low-cost fees. 3DPI has covered the workshop phenomena before and hopefully TechShop’s venture proves fruitful and informative for the Irish locale.…

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And Now For Something Completely Different: Volumetric Printing

By Shane Taylor

When is printing in three dimensions ‘3D printing?’ Is a 3D print pen 3D printing? Probably not. Is General Electrics ‘3D painting’ a kind of additive manufacturing? I guess so. There is now, probably, a popular culture ‘3D printing’ that includes ideas like the Mink MakeUp Printer. The lines between what is, and is not, 3D printing have become slightly blurred. This article is about something that probably isn’t 3D printing. But, as it’s printing in a way that creates a form in three dimensions, and so darn cool, how could we resist taking a closer look?…

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A 3D Printed Robot Bartender

By 3D Printing Industry

Will this invention drive bartenders unemployed?  Yu Jiang Tham’s 3D Printed robot bartender Bar Mixvah will mix your drinks, but likely will not offer much of a sympathetic ear for your problems as you sip on your Barucca Tease or Caribbean Bliss. If you’d like to try making one yourself, check out the instructions on Yu Jiang Tham’s blog.…

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3DPI.TV – Life-Sized 3D Printed Portrait by Cosmo Wenman

By 3DPI.TV

If you’re wealthy or important enough to have a sculpture made of your likeness, Cosmo Wenman is the ideal person for the job.  He’s proven himself to be an expert in digitizing and rematerializing famous works of art, often in new ways, using 3D printing.  Most recently, the artist was commissioned to craft a life-sized 3D printed portrait as a surprise gift for a client’s colleague.
Because Cosmo couldn’t scan the person he was to recreate, he had to model a mesh based on photographs alone.  Rather than design a standard bust, Cosmo opted for something a bit more godlike.…

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TripodMaker – der erste belgische 3D-Drucker

Pieter-Jan Vandendriessche entwickelte mit dem TripodMaker den ersten belgischen 3D-Drucker. Pieter-Jan kam 2012 zum ersten Mal mit dem RepRap Projekt in Kontakt. Seit dem ist der Technik Enthusiast nicht mehr von dem Thema 3D-Druck abzubringen. Er machte seinen Master in Engineering in der Catholic University of Leuven. Mit diesem Know-How entwickelte er den TripodMaker Delta 3D-Drucker. […]

Der Beitrag erschien bei 3Druck.com unter der URL TripodMaker – der erste belgische 3D-Drucker

“Hello, my name is Jimmy” – Intel´s Open Source Roboter aus dem 3D-Drucker – Update: Jimmy tritt auf

Intel stellt Jimmy, einen Open Source Roboter, vor. Dieser kann zum größten Teil aus dem 3D-Drucker gefertigt werden. 08.04.2014: Auf der diesjährigen Inside 3D Printing Konferenz in New York präsentierte Brian David Johnson von Intel seine Vision von der Zukunft der humanoiden Roboter. Während der 10 jährigen Auswahl der Spezifikationen für Jimmy, arbeitete Brian David […]

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