Jewelry Makers in New Orleans at SNAG Nexus 2017

Shapeways Blog

Rod McCormick , for example, is a metalsmith , sculptor, and jeweler who teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Jocelyn Kolb-DeWitt studied at the Tyler School of Art , also in Philadelphia, and now teaches product design at East Stroudsburg University.

AllProfessional3D Out to Prove All 3D Printing Filaments Not Created Equal with Miracle ABS

3D Printing Industry

AllProfessional3D is a company based right outside of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania, that is striving to produce the best possible filaments at the most affordable prices. By Davide Sher.

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BioBots Is A 3D Printer For Living Cells

3D Printing Review

But Cabrera and his co-founders believe they have spotted an opportunity to overhaul expensive (circa $100,000+), large, complex legacy devices — taking inspiration from the small, low-cost desktop 3D printers being used by the maker movement to extrude plastic.

The Cube Road Show Coming to YOU!

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

Recently, 3D Systems, the maker of the Cube 3D Printer, announced on the Cubify.com web site that they are taking the Cube on the road in, what else, a Nissan Cube!

What Tesla is doing in America’s newest smokestacks-free…

Design 2 Part News

University City in Philadelphia, or the new urban vision for Research Triangle Park outside Raleigh-Durham, N.C. Ironically, it may not mean fully shedding their outdated blue-collar, “Full Monty” image but rather, embracing the new maker movement. “What Tesla is doing in America’s newest smokestacks-free manufacturing city” By Bruce Katz and Kelly Kline, Fortune.

formnext Covers the Process Chain from a Product Idea Through to Production of the Final Product

Additive Manufacturing

We will have exhibitors from different fields, such as design, materials, and standardized component construction, alongside machine manufacturers and, of course, tool makers, as well as numerous companies from the additive manufacturing technology sector.

Student 3D prints prosthetic hand inspired by Metal Gear Solid character Venom Snake

3ders

A Philadelphia-based industrial design student has created a functional 3D printed prosthetic arm inspired by Venom Snake, a character from the video game Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The impressive 3D printed prosthetic can be replicated by anyone, as the maker has made his 3D files open source.