The Future of Sports with <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printed shoes

Sports com­pa­nies are look­ing into 3d print­ed tech­nol­o­gy to pro­vide com­fort and cus­tomiza­tion to their cus­tomers. Selec­tive laser Sin­ter­ing is the 3D Print­ing process adopt­ed by top sports man­u­fac­tur­ing com­pa­nies to cre­ate 3d print­ed shoes. Top com­pa­nies in sports shoes man­u­fac­tur­ing, like Nike, new Bal­ance and Adi­das have used 3d print­ed tech­nol­o­gy in their recent […]

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World’s first <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printed smashed-proof guitar ever made

The 3D print­ing tech­nol­o­gy is slow­ly, but sure­ly, tak­ing over the world. With the devel­op­ment of this type of tech­nol­o­gy, the world has dis­cov­ered a new, eas­i­er way to pro­duce things with­out much effort. One of the best inno­va­tions in music indus­try is a 3D print­ed gui­tar which is smash-proof.  For those who are not that […]

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<span class=“quo”>‘</span><span class=“caps”>3D</span> Printed’ Pass the Butter-Robot from ‘Rick And Morty’

A robot­ics blog­ger has used the method of 3D print­ing to devel­op the mis­er­able “But­ter Robot” from the ani­mat­ed sci-fi series ‘Rick and Morty’. The base of the cre­at­ed robot con­sists of an “I Spy tank” RC car, with 3D Print­ed parts added on the top of the tank. The move­able mid­dle part can be […]

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Stratasys stock price and product analysis

Strata­sys, Ltd. is a man­u­fac­tur­er of 3D print­ers and 3D pro­duc­tion sys­tems for office-based rapid pro­to­typ­ing. Engi­neers use Strata­sys sys­tems to test com­plex geome­tries with a wide range of mate­ri­als, includ­ing ABS, by mod­el­ling and print­ing the objects. Company History Strata­sys was found in 1989 by S. Scott Crump and his wife Lisa Crump in […]

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5 step process for research <span class=“amp”>&</span> development with <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing

Edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions, and espe­cial­ly uni­ver­si­ties, are rel­a­tive­ly quick to adopt new tech­nolo­gies that are used in the real econ­o­my. The rea­son is that oth­er­wise the out­go­ing stu­dents are insuf­fi­cient­ly trained for pro­fes­sion­al life and don’t serve their com­mu­ni­ty pur­pose. In addi­tion, new devices enable extra­or­di­nary ways to go as, for exam­ple, research with 3D print­ing […]

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Easter 4.0: <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing for the holidays

A clas­sic sce­nario of fam­i­ly life: mak­ing dec­o­ra­tion for fes­tive hol­i­day days. Sure­ly a nice idea, but in real­i­ty the whole thing looks like this: Child 1 lost his appetite after ten min­utes. In addi­tion to a lot of paper waste, it also leaves a few last­ing marks on the kitchen table. Mean­while, Child 2 […]

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Special <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing materials/filament

When buy a 3D print­er, most peo­ple con­sid­er the machines func­tion­al­i­ty as key indi­ca­tors. How big is the print vol­ume? How qual­i­ta­tive is the 3D print­er man­u­fac­tured and how qual­i­ta­tive do print results look? Does he have a dual print head (dual extrud­er)? What is the print speed? And so on… Few are aware how […]

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Who is liable for damages caused from <span class=“caps”>3D</span> printing?

There are two sides of the same coin to analyse from dam­ages caused by 3D Print­ers. On the one hand, 3D print­ing ser­vices are used by peo­ple who down­load poten­tial­ly harm­ful files online. There­fore, either the design­ers and pro­duc­ers are respon­si­ble as well as even the pri­vate con­sumers. On the oth­er hand, dam­ages occurs from […]

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