September, 2019

3D Printed Parts Produced 20 Years Ago

DIY 3D Printing

3D printing has been around for more than 20 years. Fran shows some old printed parts. Where is our manufacturing revolution? Where are the Star Trek replicators? If we only had open sourced everything when it was discovered. history

Planning a Wedding? We can help.

The Solidworks Blog

Have you ever planned a wedding, a house addition, or a development project? In many ways the planning is the same. You need to identify what needs to get done, who needs to do it and the key deliverable dates to make sure your project gets done on time.

Trending Sources

AM in India

Wohlers Talk

For years, additive manufacturing and 3D printing have been put to work in India for concept modeling, design validation, prototyping, and some tooling. Organizations in the U.S.,

India 130

David Bowie…the car?

3D Perspectives

Imagine you’re an industrial designer who also loves music. What would be the most interesting way to combine those passions? For Takumi Yamamoto , it was to design a car in honor of one of his favorite performers: David Bowie. As a child as young as 9, Yamamoto fell in love with Bowie’s music.

David 91

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.

3D Printing for Preoperative Management of Complex Orthopedic Cases

In the recently published, ‘Virtual preoperative planning and 3D printing are valuable for the management of complex orthopaedic trauma’ authors Abhishek Mishra, Tarun Verma, Abhishek Vaish, Riya. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Medical 3D Printing 3d printed medical models 3D printed pre-operative planning Virtual preoperative planning

More Trending

Scoopy DIY 3D Printed Savonius Wind Generator

DIY 3D Printing

energy generation wind generator

Science Fiction Film Inspires Real-World Application of Bionic Arms

The Solidworks Blog

Science fiction becomes science fact. That is, in itself, a fact. Researchers have long-sought to keep pace with the imagination of writers and creators.

Elastic and Rigid Behavior in Single-Material Parts

Wohlers Talk

Note: Ray Huff, associate engineer at Wohlers Associates, authored the following. The elastic behavior of polymers, coupled with the design freedom of AM, allows designers to produce some very interesting products. A single-material part can have rigid and springy features, all driven by design.

Laying tracks for large-scale railway design with 3DEXPERIENCE

3D Perspectives

As the demand for fast and easy transportation is growing, so does the rail industry in China. China Railway Design Corporation (CRDC) is competing for leadership in this expanding, competitive market.

China 83

Interview With Cathal O’Connell about BioFab3D Lab

The Australian 3D bioprinting community is growing. Thanks to their pioneering technological innovations, collaborations between researchers and healthcare, and support from government initiatives, View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Bioprinting Exclusive Interviews Medical 3D Printing 3d printing regulations australia bioengineering BioFab3D BioPen Cathal O'Connell Gordon Wallace St Vincent’s Hospital University of Wollongong

3D Innovations LLC on Hawaii News Now — Sept. 24th

3D Innovations

President of 3D Innovations LLC, Collin Kobayashi, will sit down with Hawaii News Now to talk about the rapid growth of the 3D printing industry and how this industry is influencing major industries here in Hawaii and worldwide. The segment will air on Tuesday, September 24th at 7:20am HST.

DIY 3D Printable VR Backpack

DIY 3D Printing

cool things to 3d print electronics VR wearable

What is 3D Creator and What Happened to xDesign?

The Solidworks Blog

For those of you who follow our announcements and blogs, you have likely heard about xDesign, a 3D CAD tool that runs in a browser and is developed by the SOLIDWORKS® R&D team.

Data 89

Harvard researchers develop SWIFT method to 3D print organ building blocks

3D Printing Industry

Researchers from Harvard University’s Wyss Institute have developed a novel sacrificial ink-writing technique called SWIFT (sacrificial writing into functional tissue) to 3D print large, vascularized human organ building blocks (OBBs).

The Future of 3D Printing In Education

Shapeways Blog

3D Printing is a multi-beneficial technology that serves a wider range of industries every day. Learning about it at an early age provides students with crucial skills with a technology that has the potential to serve them in any subject or industry they wish to pursue.

3D Printing Will Power the New Space Race

Whereas the last space race was powered by ideology and meant to declare the superiority of one economic system over the other; this one is powered by 3D printing and. The post 3D Printing Will. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d printed combustion Baby Bantam combustion chamber DED ebm nasa rocket space race virgin orbit

Patent Drawings — Essential for a Strong Application

3D Innovations

When it comes to filing a patent for your invention, patent drawings are an absolute must. These drawings provide you with the ability to disclose all details and functions of your product in a way that neither words nor photographs can.


DIY 3D Printing

laser cutting software

Explaining the Evolution to 3DEXPERIENCE World

The Solidworks Blog

After making the announcement at this year’s SOLIDWORKS World, many people have asked why we would change the name of an event that, after all, has been very successful for more than twenty years?

What’s the best way to design a sustainable manufacturing factory?

3D Perspectives

20 students. 5 countries. 4 teams. 48 hours. 1 challenge. That challenge? To create a Sustainable Manufacturing Factory of the Future. The excitement is building as Dassault Systèmes prepares to host the Manufacturing in the Age of Experience event in Shanghai.

Cloud Strategy Discussion with Siemens SVP Brenda Discher (Tech-Clarity TV)

Tech Clarity

Why is cloud adoption for product innovation and engineering software picking up momentum? This episode of Tech-Clarity TV focuses on the reasons cloud adoption for product innovation and engineering is increasing.

Let’s Kill Thingiverse?

If you are a 3D printer operator you probably have noticed that Thingiverse sucks at the moment. After being asked to write about it I decided to grab the bull. The post Let’s Kill. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3d hubs thingiverse MakerBot Thingiverse thingiverse

5 myths about additive manufacturing


As an online 3D printing service, we answer every day t […]. The post 5 myths about additive manufacturing appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo

3D-Printed Crown Replica Dazzles in the Cathedral of Antwerp


Churches are often extraordinarily decorated with grand stained glass windows and large altars. Many religious relics are displayed in the hidden nooks of cathedrals, and this is no different for the statue of Mary and her noble crown in the Cathedral of Antwerp.

How Rugby’s Tech is World-Class

The Solidworks Blog

It’s physical, it’s aggressive and it’s hard-hitting. But rugby is also surprisingly gentlemanly. The scrum-tastic scramble to victory is often credited with a nature as friendly as the game is tough. Yet when international rivalries come into play, all that civility can go out of the window.

Data 84

Cerebra 3D scans and 3D prints customized horse riding helmet for disabled child

3D Printing Industry

Cerebra Innovation Centre (CIC), a UK charity dedicated to help children with brain conditions, has produced a customized horse riding helmet for a disabled child through 3D scanning and 3D printing.

Artec 105

Fostering an Early Love of STEM Education

3D Innovations

As the school year ramps up for students many are starting their journey into STEM education, some for the first time. STEM subjects are a critical component of education and our future workforce.

4DHybrid Project: Modern AM to Support the Maintenance Repair Operations Value Chain

As 3D printing technology progresses at an accelerated speed, research and development efforts around the world continue to ascend into the realm of 4D. Now, the 4DHybrid Project, coordinated. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 4D Printing 4D Hybrid Autonomous robot 4D hybrid modules 4DHybrid Project

Additive Manufacturing vs. Injection Molding: The Ultimate Showdown

Shapeways Blog

Research shows that the global market for additive manufacturing will reach $23.33 billion by 2021. From the aerospace industry to the medical field , there are myriad sectors that are leveraging this technology to speed production time, meet tough performance standards and expand the realm of what’s considered possible within their niche. Along the way, similar methods and processes have emerged, including injection molding.

Revolutionary development in 3D printing heart valves!


Additive Manufacturing has been saving lives with some […]. The post Revolutionary development in 3D printing heart valves! appeared first on 3D Printing Blog: Tutorials, News, Trends and Resources | Sculpteo