September, 2018

When you need an extra pair of hands.

DIY 3D Printing

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Footwear from Wiivv

Wohlers Talk

The idea of 3D-printed footwear is appealing. The technology makes it possible to affordably print custom parts that make up the product. Recent history shows that customers are willing to pay a premium for products that have been designed specifically for them.

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GE Transportation to introduce 250 3D printed locomotive parts by 2025

3D Printing Industry

According to reports in UK rail industry authority the Railway Gazette GE is looking to apply additive manufacturing to components for its locomotives.

How 3D Printing Changed The Way Artist Tim Belliveau Teaches His Students

Shapeways Blog

In the art world, the debate around handmade and machine-made products is certainly a heated one. But after an extensive research project focusing on the different perspectives in glass making, artist and educator Tim Belliveau knew how efficient and beneficial 3D printing was to his art form. “I

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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.

SOLIDWORKS 2019 – Design and Manufacturing just got Easier, Faster and Smarter

The Solidworks Blog

SOLIDWORKS 2019 contains many exciting improvements and new capabilities that help you design, present, and communicate your ideas faster and easier. Here are some of the key improvements: Create and work with large assemblies much faster.

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Complex 3D Printed 5 Axis Rack System

DIY 3D Printing

Source: Henry Segerman. 5 axis industrial 3d printer

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FreeCAD Tutorial & Review: From a 2D Sketch to a 3D Print


Are you thinking about getting started with 3D modeling and 3D printing but don’t know exactly where to start? Then it probably makes sense to take a look at FreeCAD – a free yet powerful 3D design program.

Umbra large-scale 3D modeling beats Google Maps at its own game

3D Printing Industry

Umbra, a 3D modelling company based in Helsinki, Finland, has set its sights on making a highly-detailed scan of the whole world. A potentially Google Maps-beating technology, Umbra uses photogrammmetry data to stitch together its highly complex models which can be viewed in the cloud.

3D Printing Strong and Sturdy Models

Shapeways Blog

Sometimes a digital 3D design looks great in your software, but just can’t make it in reality. Here in the real world, a 3D model can only be so thin or fragile; models with very skinny wires or delicate parts might break after printing, or worse, not be able to 3D print at all.

Moving to the Future with xDesign

The Solidworks Blog

Technology is always moving forward. Computers got faster and smaller throughout the decades to the point where they are now physically impossible to make any faster or smaller due to physics.

3D printed bones: What is possible?


Are 3D printed bones a reality? Additive manufacturing […]. The post 3D printed bones: What is possible? appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

Tutorial on how to hide secrets inside.stl files by Angus

DIY 3D Printing

Angus from Maker's Muse shows how to hide a printable geometry or entire objects inside a.stl file. cad design how to tutorial

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Dog Recovering After Groundbreaking Surgery to Implant 3D Printed Skull Cap

Patches is a nine-year-old dachshund who, for years, had a small and apparently harmless bump on her head. Recently, however, that bump began growing until it became the size of an orange, and turned. View the entire article via our website.

3D printed head helps University of Pittsburgh improve MRI scanning

3D Printing Industry

Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, are proposing the use of 3D printed phantom heads for MRI testing. The artificial models are designed to take the place of humans in the analysis and calibration of MRI equipment.

Triton Dynamics: 3D Printed Swimming Flipper for Amputees

Shapeways Blog

Designing a prosthetic of any kind is far from an easy task. But developing one with a pivoting ankle that’s functional enough to use in water? That requires serious research and development.

New SOLIDWORKS Mold Making Exam Now Available

The Solidworks Blog

The SOLIDWORKS Mold Making exam is now available! Previously known as “Mold Tools,” this exam is a more industry-focused exam that includes a collection of new challenges and data sets that will test your mold making skills and Mold industry knowledge using SOLIDWORKS.

Rotational 3D printing: A new technology for stronger parts


New 3D printing techniques are unveiled quite regularly […]. The post Rotational 3D printing: A new technology for stronger parts appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

DIY PCB Milling on HyperCube 3D Printer

DIY 3D Printing

Using your 3D printer as small CNC mill for making PCB is a great extension for your machine. This video by Tech2C will show you how to use the HyperCube DIY 3D printer to make electronic boards with DIY mill attachment. cnc mill electronics pcb milling

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How Will Teachers Adopt 3D Printing?

3D printing is everywhere, impacting industries such as healthcare, aerospace, manufacturing and practically any other area you can think of. However, in the big picture, adoption of the technology. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Education 3d printing for teachers 3d printing in schools 3d printing in the classroom high school education teachers

Interview: Aurora Labs on bringing metal 3D printing to the masses

3D Printing Industry

3D Printing Industry sat down with Nathan Henry, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Aurora Labs, to learn more about its new Rapid Manufacturing Technology (RMT) and its ability to compete within conventional manufacturing.

Carbon Fiber’s Strength on Display at IMTS 2018

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

You already know carbon fiber is perhaps a wonder material, it can be up to five times stronger than steel, and one third its weight, proving to be ideal for any application that may require lightweight durability.

Empower the Model-Based Enterprise with SOLIDWORKS MBD 2019

The Solidworks Blog

Model-Based Definition (MBD) is a journey. Defining product and manufacturing information (PMI) on 3D models rather than 2D drawings is just a start.

An interactive manufacturing learning expedition in Shanghai

3D Perspectives

Day 1 of Manufacturing in the Age of Experience is a wrap! Over 350 executives from the manufacturing sector took part in an exclusive learning expedition centered around a pragmatic look at the challenges faced by modern manufacturers.

A Human-Centered Design Approach

3D Innovations

Josef Prusa Releases A Resin 3D Printer the SL1 for $1599

Josef Prusa is the most well-known 3D printer designer in the world. His RepRap designs have become reference designs in the 3D printing community. The Prusa Mk3/i3 is probably the world’s most. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3d systems formlabs iPrusa Josef Prusa photopolymer resin SL sla streolithography

Scoobe3D, new “no post processing” 3D scanning technology hits Kickstarter

3D Printing Industry

Scoobe3D GmbH a German 3D scanning technology startup, has launched a new device that makes it easy to create 3D models. The Scoobe3D scanner, which is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter, uses a method the creators believe is “the first new 3D scanning technology in over 10 years.”

US manufacturing at highest level in more than 14 years

Design 2 Part News

By Leia Klingel, Fox Business. Trump: We’ve added over 400,000 new manufacturing jobs. President Donald Trump touts U.S. job growth during a Make America Great Again Rally in Charleston, West Virginia.

A New Podcast for Creators, Like You

The Solidworks Blog

Welcome to the Born to Design Podcast. . Born to Design takes you inside the most fascinating stories coming out of the design and manufacturing world.

Preparing manufacturing’s future workforce

3D Perspectives

The world is undergoing a global Industry Renaissance that is triggering new business models and new categories of solutions, processes and services that prioritize sustainable innovation and memorable experiences. To compete, businesses must be fast, integrated and agile.

4 Tips for a Smooth Start to Manufacturing Your Product

3D Innovations

Taking the leap into manufacturing is a big milestone for a startup. Once you start to search for a manufacturing partner, suddenly it all seems real. Manufacturing is not cheap, and one misstep here can severely hurt or completely crush your business.

Tortoise Pals Bond Over Their 3D Printed Shells

Daisy is a 75-pound tortoise who was injured by a car. She survived the accident but was left with two holes in her shell, leaving her vulnerable to infection and possible spinal damage. Although the. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3D printed animal prosthetics 3d printed Tortoise shell Canyon Pet Hospital Northern Arizona University tortoise Tortoise shell

Student designs interactive 4D printed plants

3D Printing Industry

Nicole Hone, an industrial design Master’s student at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, has designed several 4D printed interactive plants. The plants react to physical stimulus either contracting or blossoming depending on the situtation.

Experience World War I with this 3D-Printed Model of the Atlantikwall Coastline


You don’t need to be a history buff to appreciate this model of the Belgian coastline during World War 1. Based on authentic aerial photographs from the time, it’s a faithful recreation of what the coastline must’ve looked like, from military defenses down to the location of each sand dune.