Portland Keeps it Weird with Their Life Sized 3D Printed Cow

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The unofficial motto of Portland, Oregon proudly states “Keep Portland Weird”, and as someone who visits the city regularly, those are not empty words. Being weird, or alternately different and fun, for many Portland... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed cow keeping it weird large 3d print pdx 3d portland cow urban farmer

Portland Community College MakerLab Holds H800 in High Esteem

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Ethan Ouimet is the MakerLab Coordinator at Portland Community College MakerLab. He lives half time in Portland and half time in Eugene, where he also works at the University of Oregon MakerSpace and is finishing his degree in product design.

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Designer Spotlight on Josh Azevedo: From Humble Beginnings to Running a Top 3D Design Business

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3D Business owner Josh Azevedo entered the world of 3D design by accident or more specifically, by marriage. Azevedo started as an animation graduate with an unsteady future, but now has his own 3D Design business: DesignAnything3D.com. And the Portland community has noticed!

e-NABLE and 3D Printing Featured Among Prosthetic Case Studies in Bespoke Bodies Gallery Exhibit

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3D Design 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed prosthetics 3D printing exhibition 3d systems bespoke bodies derby the dog design museum portland e-nable exhibit gallery game of thrones Grecia the toucan limb loss pacific northwest college of art PNCA prostheses prostheticsWhile Game of Thrones’ Jamie Lannister may wear a prosthetic hand made of solid gold, most prostheses are made from far more common materials, but not all are any more practical. Instead, the.

3D Printed Coffee Cup Helps Astronauts on the ISS Enjoy Freshly Brewed Coffee

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3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed coffee cup 3d printed espresso cup 3d printing zero gravity astronauts Drew Wollman international space station iss Kjell Lindgren liquid management in zero gravity nasa Portland State University professor Mark WeislogelCoffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world and enjoyed in virtually every country on the planet. Just in the United States more than 80% of adults drink at least one cup a day, while.

i.materialise 3D Printing Roundup: Week of Sept 15

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Portland Firm Draws Huge Crowd with City Bike 3D Printed in Titanium. A Portland design firm by the name of Industry , know for their work with Nike, teamed up with Ti Cycles to create a concept bicycle out of 3D Printed titanium.

Palatov Motorsports Revs Up High-Performance Auto Design with SOLIDWORKS

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Palatov Motorports is a specialty car manufacturer that designs and produces high-performance cars that are primarily used on recreational tracks across the country. I design complete cars, featuring tight tolerances, from scratch by myself, and we assemble the cars with a team of four.

Designer Spotlight: Chip Van Gilder

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What’s the story behind your designs? How did you learn how to design in 3D? Who are your favorite designers or artists? 3rdboxcar was one of the first designers I discovered on Shapeways and inspired me to move forward. Designer Spotlight

The Inside Track for Transport Designers

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Why don’t we design an experience that would beat cars? asks Bruce Mau, co-founder of Massive Change Network, a Chicago design studio. Curitiba, in southern Brazil, for example, applied designs used in metros to buses in the 1970s, to create bus rapid transit (BRT).

Laika Used 3D Printing to Create a 16-Foot-Tall Skeleton Puppet for Stop Motion Film ‘Kubo and The Two Strings’

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Portland, Oregon-based animation studio Laika has made some of the most critically acclaimed stop motion animated films in the last few years. 3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing 3D printed puppet 3d printed stop motion 3d printed Stop Motion animation 3d printing for film Cartoon Brew Coraline film props Hall of Bones Kubo and The Two Strings Laika Laika studio Paranorman Steve Emerson stop motion animation stop motion film stop motion puppets The BoxTrolls

Solid: the highly innovative 3D printed titanium bike

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The Bike Design Project is a competition currently running across the United States with the goal of finding the bicycle of tomorrow. Each team is made up of a high level design firm and an American bike craftsman.

D-Shape to 3D Print Entire Luxury Estate in New York

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The large-scale 3D printer, first patented in 2006, caught the imagination of architects and builders worldwide when it built the largest 3D printed sculpture in 2009, Radiolaria, designed by Andrea Morgante. By Tarun Tampi.

Artist Uses 3D Printing To Combine Love Of Printmaking and Beer

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Graham Stephens is a Maker and Artist based out of Portland, OR. Graham started using 3D printing for his own personal pieces over the years and plans on listing more of his designs on his Shapeways shop Diode Press in the future. Community Design

This Little Bowl Makes a Big Impact

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Jeremy used Shapeways’ Porcelain and Strong and Flexible (Nylon) Plastic to prototype and fine-tune his design. From NYC to Pittsburgh to Portland, the South Bowl is an American endeavor that does good for the entire world.

6 Times 3D Printing Made It to the Silver Screen

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Image courtesy of Marvel’s Black Panther / Costume Design by Ruth Carter. The costume designers took inspiration from the colors and shapes of traditional African dress combined with the aesthetics of Wakanda, the Black Panther world known for having cutting-edge, advanced technologies.

Don’t Miss the SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever 2017

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The idea was to bring together hundreds of SOLIDWORKS User Group members to live, local meetings around the world, and at a pre-designated time, each group will tune in to a broadcasted technical presentation. Portland, OR.

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Stratasys Delivers the “Missing Link” for LAIKA Studios

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Based in Portland, Oregon, LAIKA is an award-winning production company behind such Hollywood films as “Coraline”, “Kubo and the Two Strings”, and “Paranorman”. The J750 is perfectly designed for these film-makers – with true, full-color capability, texture-mapping and color gradients. We like saying our customers can “Make it with Stratasys” – tapping into the power of 3D printing to turn great ideas into innovation and success.

Building A Hardware Startup Outside of a Major Tech Hub

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If you are in the middle of a tech hub you may not realize that people in, say, Tampa or Portland aren’t as tech-savvy as your neighbors. 3D Innovations is a Product Development Company – from the 3D Design to a fully functional 3D Prototype & Product.

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How a 3D-printed titanium bike points the way to products custom-fit for you

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Design firm Industry has developed a bike that demonstrates how the lines are blurring in design, engineering and manufacturing. But the Solid, designed by a Portland, Ore.-based

Recently in…Transportation

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This week, the “ Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas ” exhibit debuted at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. Dedicated to the “dream big” history of concept cars, the collection connects us with the innovative designs responsible for our love affair with the open road.

3D Printed Bike Shifter

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I''m doing my first big organized bike ride in a couple weeks - the STP (Seattle to Portland). The first version took an afternoon to design / print - and surprisingly worked pretty well. I''ve done a fair amount of "hardening" to the design and should hopefully stand up to normal use.

3D Printing and the Tiny House Movement in the US

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Urban cities like: San Francisco , Portland and Seattle have all been featured for their tiny houses. This is not a “tiny house” in the traditional sense however the complex design of this model can directly translate to a tiny house.

Build Your Own 3D Printer with The Inventor’s Positioning Axis

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The folks behind the project, Michele and Jim Gray of Portland, explain the reasons behind the project: When we were building our CeramiCast 3D printer, we were disappointed in our options to purchase a pre-made linear axis. Many of our readers enjoy building their own 3D printers.

3D Printing & Aerospace: check out our staff picks!

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The Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science at Portland State University designed the perfect cup for this situation: the Zero-G espresso cups. Aerospace and 3D Printing are made for each other and NASA and European Space Agencies are demonstrating this almost every week.

MakerBot: The Oregon Pint Runneth Over

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With roots in Portland, North Drinkware founders Nic Ramirez, Matt Capozzi, and Leigh Capozzi wanted to showcase the things that they — and most Oregonians — love about their state, specifically craft beer and lush mountains. By Nicole Caputo, MakerBot Stories.

OSU Researchers Discuss Sustainability in Additive Manufacturing and New Sustainable Development Methodology

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Researchers at Oregon State University ( OSU ) have developed a new “sustainable development methodology” to help designers and engineers evaluate product and process sustainability factors during the design process.

DIMENSIONEXT: The Art Of 3D Printing: From STEM to STEAM.

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In 2011, the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) worked with Rep. House of Representatives, which stated: “adding Art and design into federal programs that target the…STEM fields encourages innovation and economic growth.” Pages. SECTOR NEWS. REPORTS. REVIEWS. SEARCH.

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The U.S. Cities Where Manufacturing Is Thriving

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10 Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, Ore.-Wash., But if Chicago’s loss can be attributed to the overall decline of the old industrial base, Los Angeles’ steady losses have come from a more modern mix of aerospace, design and specialty manufacturing. By Joel Kotkin, Forbes.

U.S. Manufacturing is Building up a Head of Steam

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BSI), Portland, Oregon, said in a written response to a D2P survey that BSI has been enhancing its in-house manufacturing capability to meet rising consumer demand for American-made products. By Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Magazine.