Philip Cotton

Masters student pushing the boundaries of 3dprinting

Philip Cotton

3dprinting and slip casting? When I first read this on twitter I had to investigate further. Being a follower of this technology for the past four years I have seen many different uses and applications of the 3dprinting.

3dprinting story run by the3dprintingassociation.com published 8th and 9th December over two days

Philip Cotton

We recently spent some time with Philip Cotton, winner of the 3D Printshow educational excellence award for two consecutive years, what follows is part one of a two part interview with Phil. We begans by asking, “How and why did you first become interested in 3D Printing?”

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‘Tie-Dye’ and 3dprinting – A colour revolution by ‘Richrap’.

Philip Cotton

3dprinting can be quite rigid at times, most printers only print in one colour, some have dual extruders that can print in two colours and a few might even have triple extruders that allow three colours. However, the majority of parts printed on FDM desktop printers are in one colour.

Joshua Harker – “Mazzo di Fiori”

Philip Cotton

Now this is exciting, ‘Joshua Harker raising funds to complete the Research and Development of a revolutionary new 3dprinting technology’ This leaves my taste buds salivating.

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3D Medical Applications

Held in Baltimore, Maryland, this event will bring together thought leaders, experts, engineers, doctors, researchers, and regulators in the many medical methods for 3D technology.The 3D Medical Applications conference is the most comprehensive, game-changing, meeting of minds for the future of 3D in healthcare.

Bring Birds back to the city with 3dprinting and ‘Printednest’.

Philip Cotton

3dprinting to help birds? We all know how 3dprinting can help people, almost every day there are more news articles explaining how 3dprinting is revolutionising the medical industry.

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InMoov – 3Dprint your own life size humanoid robot

Philip Cotton

It’s 2013 and I was at the 3dprintshow in London. There was a large crowd gathered around a stand so naturally I was intrigued to see what the excitement was about. I knew the 3dprintshow was about to impress beyond anything I had ever seen before but nothing could prepare me for this.

Bioprinting and 3Dprinting – a potential lifesaving use of the technology.

Philip Cotton

There have been many innovative uses of 3dprinting that make the news almost every day. 3Dprinting cars and even houses are just a few examples of how fast the technology is emerging.

Leo the Maker Prince – how to engage a generation into 3dprinting

Philip Cotton

[link]. My background is education and teaching high school students about 3dprinting. I have often thought to myself, ‘how can we engage even younger children into 3dprinting?’

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Another great use of 3dprinting

Philip Cotton

I had the great pleasure of interviewing leading educator, James Novak to learn more about his 3dprinted bike he designed. James is a lecturer at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia and has gained world wide recognition for his bicycle he developed.

Want to learn how 3d printing works in space?

Philip Cotton

I wrote this quick blog on the 3dfilemarket.com to show how 3d printing in space is so different from printing on earth. What we don’t even think about when designing could prove deadly for astronauts. Check it out here [link].

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Helping to grow 3dprinting, DesignBox3D leads the way.

Philip Cotton

Ever needed an unbiased view of a 3dprinter? Want to steer clear from the mainstream brands and try an alternative? I often look at different printers that come onto the market and I have tested many smaller branded printers.

3d print your own open source toy robot by Cannybots

Philip Cotton

Remember Scalectrix as a young child? Hours of fun were had racing toy cars around race tracks as fast as possible. The game never seemed to get old. Now you can take it to the next step with Cannybots open source toy robots.

Bringing the museum to the classroom through 3dprinting.

Philip Cotton

Remember those lessons in school where teachers enthusiastically described topics from a text book? Photos were the only real way to gauge an understanding of the topic along with a vivid imagination. Well lessons are changing with schools starting to adopt 3dprinting technology in the classroom.

Learn how to low poly model with these easy steps.

Philip Cotton

Ever wondered how to create amazing low poly models? The answer is simple, you can easily create low poly designs using Autodesk meshmixer. I have written a tutorial on how to do it and posted it here.This is a great hack for altering models quickly and requires almost no CAD modelling experience.

3dprinting really does Rock!

Philip Cotton

Want to start 3dprinting but not sure where to begin? First place for many is thingiverse for a free download, however what about when you want to design something yourself? There’s only one real option, spend hours learning a CAD package and try to attempt your design.

10 movers and shakers to watch in 3D printing (orginally posted on geektime.com 17/12/2014)

Philip Cotton

Curious who the thought leaders are in the exploding field of 3D printing? Then look no further than this list. 3D printing is poised for substantial growth : In 2013, sales reached $2.5 billion globally and by 2018, that figure is projected to soar to $16.2 billion worldwide.

Makers Empire – A revolution in 3dprinting education

Philip Cotton

3dprinting with no experience? No cad modelling skills required? Anyone can create a 3dprintable design in under 5 minutes? Sounds like a dream come true and that is now reality with the release of Makers Empire 3dprinting software.

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3dprinting at Second Baptist School Houston Texas

Philip Cotton

I was recently contacted by a high school in Texas regarding some 3dprinting advice. This was through my linkedin profile and on the back of winning the 3dprintshow education excellence award.

Myminifactory Interview – My Views on 3dprinting and education

Philip Cotton

This is the interview that was originally posted on myminifactory.com on 14/10/14. I have been a Design and Technology teacher for 6 years and have led Product Design at Ladybridge High School for the past 5 years.

Made in Space and 3dprinting – a ‘cosmic’ combination

Philip Cotton

3Dprinting in Space? Many people are only just getting to grips with 3Dprinting on planet earth. The industry has not even matured yet and already there is a 3Dprinter that has been designed to 3Dprint in zero gravity.

3D Printing Teacher of the Year – Exclusive Interview With Philip Cotton

Philip Cotton

This article was originally BY MERITXELL GARCIA SEIN-ECHALUCE · SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 by 3Dprint.com.

3Dprintshow 2014 rocks London once again.

Philip Cotton

The return of the 3Dprintshow to London was one of the most highly anticipated 3dprinting events of the year.

‘MakersAffair’ to launch 3dprinting workshops in London

Philip Cotton

Do you want to learn how to 3dprint, but you don’t know where to start? Do your children ask to learn about the technology but you really have no clue how to meet their demands. The answer could be here with the launch of Maker’s Affair 3dprinting workshops in London.

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The ‘Google’ of 3dprinting files? 3dfilemarket interviews 3Dshap.es CEO Seena Rejal

Philip Cotton

The ‘Google’ of 3dprinting files? When we search for a website we usually head for Google, but where do you go when you want to search for a STL file for 3dprinting? With model repositories growing in number every day, actually finding what you want can be a hard task and you might even have to search many different sites before get to discover the model you want. 3Dshap.es aims to solve this and become the number one platform on the internet for searching 3dprinting files. 3Dshap.es

“At the moment my GCSE students are 3dprinting some pretty cool stuff”

Philip Cotton

. I am often asked how do you teach 3dprinting to whole classes of students? Many people outside of education seem to think that there is some kind of barrier to teaching the technology in a classroom. They see these great machines that print out objects layer by layer, but when it comes to education I have heard comments such as, ‘well they can’t all 3dprint at once so how does it work?’

www.3dfilemarket.com my attempt to shake up 3dprinting and filesharing by Philip Cotton

Philip Cotton

. The story behind the site… My aim is to create a 3d sharing platform where users can freely download and 3dprint amazing printable designs and ultimately help expand 3dprinting. There are many different file sharing sites out there at the moment, however the 3dfilemarket.com is unique in all designs have been verified and checked that the models are actually printable, you will not see screen shots of CAD models on the 3dfilemarket.com, printability is the key here.

Remarkable Struggles

Wohlers Talk

Our nation’s healthcare providers are doing extraordinary work. They are risking their lives to help many of us. We cannot provide too much support to them. I’m hopeful that they receive the personal protection equipment (PPE) they deserve.

3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Eight: The FDA’s 3D Printing Resources

3DPrint.com

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now working with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the 3D printing trade group America Makes. View the entire article via our website.

That’s all folks!

3D Printed Education

Everything comes to an end… and it’s soon to be goodbye from me on this site. Having retired from teaching in 2018 things have slowed down on this site. I am no longer able to post about the work done in 3D printing by my own and other students, and I am no longer developing new teaching and learning projects and resources. In addition the GCSE and A’Level qualifications have changed so significantly that many of the resources I produced and published are no longer all that relevant.

Nourished 3D Printed Vitamins and Edibles

DIY 3D Printing

Company page: [link]. 3d printed food medical applications of 3d printing

Tour of the 3D Printed ICON Home

DIY 3D Printing

3d printed buildings

ICON 3D Printed Community

DIY 3D Printing

3d printed buildings

Bed Leveling by John

DIY 3D Printing

John gives a simple tutorial on leveling your 3D printing bed. bed leveling

CNC Kitchen Builds Hand Cranked Plastics Shredder

DIY 3D Printing

pellet recycling

3D Printing for COVID-19, Part Six: Government Regulations and Outreach

3DPrint.com

As a country with a strong centralized government, China was able to enact a quarantine and manufacture supplies quickly compared to nations with weaker or decentralized governance structures. View the entire article via our website.

Safety Recomendations for 3D-Printed COVID-19 Medical Devices, Part One

3DPrint.com

One of the most important issues that we’ve repeatedly stressed in relation to the 3D printing community’s efforts to fulfill the need for medical supplies amid the COVID-19 pandemic is. The post. View the entire article via our website.

Safety and 3D-Printed COVID-19 Medical Devices — An Interview with Veterans Affairs

3DPrint.com

In our previous article on the topic, we mentioned some broad guidelines that seem to have coalesced related to 3D printing medical devices in the face of the supply shortages. The post Safety and. View the entire article via our website.

The Most Important 3D Printing Technologies & Materials You Need to Know

i.materialise

If you believe that all 3D printers use filaments, and terms like Stereolithography, Laser Sintering and PolyJet Printing cause you headaches, then this blog post is for you.

Showerloop - the Open Source DIY Water Recycling Shower

DIY 3D Printing

A friend sent me an interesting and useful open source project for making your own recycling shower. It re-uses 10 litres of water in a loop with filtering and heat reclaiming.

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Formnext 2019

Wohlers Talk

Last week’s Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany was outstanding. Nearly 35,000 people attended, up more than 28% from last year. Four large exhibition halls were nearly filled with 852 exhibitors, an increase of 35% over 2018.

Zeus 8 Electric 3D Printed Motorcycle: Curtiss Partners with Fast Radius

3DPrint.com

The electric Zeus 8 motorcycle, representing the culmination of an ongoing, dynamic collaboration between Curtiss (Leeds, AL) and Fast Radius (Chicago, IL), will be hitting the market in 2020. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d printed motorcycle Curtiss Fast Radius Zeus 8

3D Printing and COVID-19, April 8, 2020 Update

3DPrint.com

Companies, organizations and individuals continue to attempt to lend support to the COVID-19 pandemic supply effort. We will be providing regular updates about these initiatives where necessary in an. View the entire article via our website.