Fri.Apr 02, 2021

Formerly-Homeless Man Becomes First US Resident of 3D Printed Tiny Home

3DPrint.com

A previously-homeless man has become the US’s first resident of a 3D-printed tiny home. 70-year-old Tim Shea now lives in a 400-square-foot house in Austin, Texas, printed by construction. View the entire article via our website.

How SOLIDWORKS Helped Design a Belly Racer: Part Two

The Solidworks Blog

In the first Belly Racer blog Paul Cameron was introduced. I came to know Paul through the Tucker Carioca project we were collaborating on. The Carioca is an ongoing project and I’ll be blogging about it sometime in the future.

Does Somebunny Like 3D Printing Easter Eggs?

3DPrint.com

It’s that time again—time for us to to enhance your weekend by compiling a bunch of fun holiday prints for you to make and enjoy! I know 3D printing has. The post Does Somebunny Like 3D. View the entire article via our website.

Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ) to Develop Artificial Organs through 3D Bioprinting

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Rapid Prototyping and On Demand Manufacturing

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Dream 3D Printing Mergers & Acquisitions: What if Henkel Acquired…

3DPrint.com

Inspired in part by the SPAC mergers of VELO3D with Jaws, Markforged with one, and Rocket Lab with Vector Acquisition Corporation, as well as the acquisition of EnvisionTEC by Desktop Metal, View the entire article via our website.

How to transfer your DraftSight Custom Settings between versions or computers

Javelin Tech Tips

A common DraftSight question we receive is how to transfer custom DraftSight settings between installations? This situation might crop up when upgrading versions, switching between computers, or cleanly uninstalling and reinstalling DraftSight.

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Axial3D grows Revenues by 300% during Covid-19 Pandemic

Manufactur3D Mag

Axial3D has developed groundbreaking automated 3D imaging and printing offerings, using Artificial Intelligence, for surgeons which can dramatically advance the standards of surgical planning, diagnosis and treatment worldwide, particularly in the areas of neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, trauma and orthopedics.

Luxinergy Using Biocompatible Resin & In-Vision’s HELIOS Light Engine to 3D Print Orthotics

3DPrint.com

Custom medical devices called orthotics are used to hep patients recover from injuries and correct body misalignments, and can also relieve pain. Unfortunately, it takes a long time to make. View the entire article via our website.

2021 3D Print April Fool’s Day Roundup

Fabbaloo

Today, April 2nd, is a much more sensible day. The post 2021 3D Print April Fool’s Day Roundup appeared on Fabbaloo. blog formlabs fun funny printedsolid prusa shapeways

The Ultimate Industry 4.0 Batting Lineup

Fabbaloo

Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman put together their Industry 4.0 dream team. The post The Ultimate Industry 4.0 Batting Lineup appeared on Fabbaloo. corporate industry industry 4.0 markforged partnerships phillips universal robots

Your CSWA Exam Prep Guide

This CSWA exam prep guide includes 30+ insider tips that will help you prepare, practice for, and pass the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate exam.

Covestro Closes On DSM Additive Manufacturing Business Acquisition

Fabbaloo

Covestro has completed its acquisition of DSM’s Resins & Functional Materials, including the Additive Manufacturing business. The post Covestro Closes On DSM Additive Manufacturing Business Acquisition appeared on Fabbaloo. corporate acquisition acquisitions covestro dsm materials royal dsm

How To Make Anything With 3D Printing

Fabbaloo

You can't use a 3D printer to print anything. You can make anything with a 3D printer. The post How To Make Anything With 3D Printing appeared on Fabbaloo. ideas design making prototyping rapid prototyping technology

Aston Martin Goes Additive to Develop New Suspension System in Six Months

Fabbaloo

Luxury automaker partners with Cranfield University and Domin on fully active suspension technology. The post Aston Martin Goes Additive to Develop New Suspension System in Six Months appeared on Fabbaloo. usage aston martin automotive manufacturing