3D Heights – New York’s First Independent 3D Printing Store


The creation of New York native and US Army veteran Jerry Castanos, 3D Heights is located in the vibrant Washington Heights neighborhood on the upper, upper, upper West Side of Manhattan (172nd and Broadway). His

3D printed textiles star on the runway at New York Fashion Week

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3D printing’s colonisation of the fashion industry continued this week, as designer Bradley Rothenberg debuted a new series of textiles at New York Fashion Week. The outfits were printed using a Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) process on an EOS P760 printer.

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Norsk Titanium to Build World’s First Industrial-Scale Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Plant in New York

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The New York program envisions a capacity ramp-up to a total of 40 MERKE IV™ RPD™ machines capable of up to 800 metric tons per year, which will be consumed to meet increasing demand from the aviation industry. New York has released an additional $4.0

World Maker Faire, New York, Day 1

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Today was the first day of the World Maker Faire held at the New York Hall of Science, and Norma and I were there the whole day and still didn’t see everything. Another fabrication process known for many more years is subtractive. But we will go tomorrow as well. Once we get back to Chicago I’ll post a more detailed report with photos of some of the more amazing things we saw. The 3D printer world continues to grow.

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

3D Printing Industry

The D-Shape as a new-age building tool, points towards the future of construction, shifting away from the building culture of steel and portland cement, and shrinking the gap between computer design technology and manufacturing. By Tarun Tampi.

Interview with Framlab creatives behind 3D printed Homed shelters for NYC

3D Printing Industry

3D printing has become a buzzword within construction for its potential to automate what is, traditionally, a labor-intensive process. Moreover, additive manufacturing provides architects with new possibilities in materials and design, encouraging structures built with little environmental impact, and low material cost. Recently, Homed, a project seeking to provide shelter for New York’s growing homeless population, […].

3D Printing News Briefs: April 3, 2019


To kick off this week’s first edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ve got a fun project to share with you, before moving on to events, business, education, and software. Materials. View the entire article via our website.

PostProcess Technologies Closes $4 Million Seed Round as Investors Look to Scalable Industrial 3D Printing


3D Printing Business 3D printing post processing Empire State Development Hybrid Series industrial 3d printing New York Ventures post processing post processing 3d printed parts post-processing equipment PostProcess seed round postprocess technologies Rand Capital Richmond Capital Partners seed fundingIt shouldn’t take much convincing for anyone to see how valuable PostProcess’ technology is.

PostProcess Technologies Opens New Headquarters in Buffalo, NY


Offering such a process to users eliminates the tedium and work involved in removing support structures. 3D Printing Business 3D post processing Buffalo FINISH3D™ lab industrial 3d printing new york postprocess technologiesPostProcess Technologies is known for their technology automating post-printing in 3D printing. View the entire article via our website.

MakerBot Opens New Factory at Industry City in Brooklyn, New York, USA

Additive Manufacturing

New, Larger Space Helps MakerBot Advance Lean Manufacturing, Drive Total Quality and Prepare for Growth in the Desktop 3D Printing Market. The new facility measures 170,000 square feet, which doubles production capacity compared to MakerBot’s previous Industry City factory.

These 3D Printed Electronic Headphones are the Next Wave in Manufacturing


These headphones designed by Maxime Loiseau are much more than simply an aesthetic statement, they’re constructed with a printed electronics manufacturing technology which obviates the need for separate wiring and injection molding processes. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed electronics 3d printed headphones ENSCI- Diplorama+ exhibition headphones Maxime Loiseau New York Design Week roll to roll manufacturing Wanted Design

LINK3D launches Post Processing Management Technology to optimize 3D printing supply chains

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LINK3D, a New York-based 3D printing software provider, has launched its Post Processing Management Technology for additive manufacturing at Formnext. Contributing to the company’s Additive Manufacturing Execution System (AMES) & Additive Workflow Software, the Post Processing work management and scheduling tools are designed to optimize downstream manufacturing processes within a 3D printing supply chain.

American Magic Flies across the Water with Advanced, High-Performance 3D Printing from Stratasys

Additive Manufacturing

DETROIT– ( BUSINESS WIRE ) — RAPID + TCT 2019 –Taking the power of 3D printed carbon fiber to the water raceway, Stratasys (NASDAQ: SSYS) is unveiling a supplier agreement with the New York Yacht Club, American Magic – challenger for the 36 th America’s Cup.

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Melinda Looi Makes Waves with New 3D Printed Fashion Collection


For the second time, Belgium 3D printing powerhouse Materialise and multi-award winning fashion designer Melinda Looi have teamed up to launch yet another artistic and technological breath-taking collection entitled “Gems of the Ocean” at Meckler Media’s 3D Print Week, New York.

Shapeways Streamlines eCommerce Process by Introducing Combined Shipments


Founded in 2007, Shapeways is headquartered in New York and has factories and offices in Eindhoven, Queens, and Seattle. It’s a spin-off of Royal Philips Electronics, and their roster of investors included Union Square Ventures,... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business 3d print delivery 3d printing service bureaus 3d printing shipping Marleen Vogelaar Peter Weijmarshausen Robert Schouwenburg shapeways shapeways delivery time shipping

How an Industrial Mindset Helps SHoP Speed Its Design Process

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Since moving its design process to the 3DExperience platform, New York-based architecture firm SHoP has adopted an “industrial” attitude toward buildings. Click to Tweet: “Every building is different but our processes. An evolving process.

Paula Radcliffe Makes a Comeback with the Help of RS Print’s 3D Printed Insoles


One of the biggest city marathons in the world, the 44 th annual New York City Marathon took place yesterday, November 2. miles through the streets of New York. The 3D Printed insoles created by RS Print are made through a set process.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Acquires ‘Gemini’ Chaise with Stratasys 3D Printed Acoustic Skin

Additive Manufacturing

The purchase follows a series of Stratasys 3D printed art piece acquisitions by landmark museums, including MoMA New York, Centre Pompidou Paris, Science Museum London, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) and MAK Vienna.

SUNY New Paltz Opens 3D Printing Superlab, Supporting Both Student Education and Hudson Valley Regional Business

Additive Manufacturing

The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center (HVAMC) provides expert advice on 3D printing processes, materials and design for both student education and the Hudson Valley business community. We’re continually impressed with the industry partnerships SUNY New Paltz is engaged in.

PostProcess Technologies partners with CUBRC to optimize 3D printing post processing platform

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PostProcess Technologies, an automated post-printing developer, has partnered with New York based non-profit research and development institute CUBRC to accelerate its digital capabilities for 3D printing. CUBRC pioneers state-of-the-art technology Defense, Intelligence and Homeland Security communities. As a result of this collaboration its Heartwood Analytics suite, a data-agnostic tool, will be leveraged to digitize the additive manufacturing […].

Stratasys Announces Enrollment is Now Open for 3DHEART Clinical Study on Effects of 3D Printed Heart Models in Pre-Operative Planning

Additive Manufacturing

The study is being led by physicians from New York-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Children’s National Medical Center, and Phoenix Children’s Hospital with up to 20 additional sites in the US.

PostProcess develops swift solution for 3D printed SLA Resin Removal

3D Printing Industry

New York-based automated post-printing developer PostProcess Technologies has announced a new solution for 3D printed SLA resin removal, expanding its catalog of automated additive manufacturing post-print technologies. The new PostProcess solution enhances the chemistry of the company’s existing portfolio of SLA Resin Removal technologies, and is said to be one of the fastest processing options […].

Massive 3D Printed CityScapes: From Rome to New. - dimensionext


Massive 3D Printed CityScapes: From Rome to New York. Massive 3D Printed CityScapes: From Rome to New York. New York was represented in artistic form more than any other cityscape in the twentieth century. New SL & DLP 3D Printers. Pages. SECTOR NEWS.

Defense Logistics Agency Awards Senvol Grant to Predict Mechanical Performance of 3D Printed Parts


New York-based Senvol, which provides data to companies to help them adopt 3D printing into their workflows, has been pretty focused on military applications as of late. 3D Printing 3D Software 3D print monitoring additive manufacturing grant data analysis Defense Logistics Agency DLA grant laser powder bed fusion machine learning process monitoring sensors senvol Senvol ML

‘Cumulus’ Makes Lightning With 3D Printing, Programming and Sound


SOFTlab is a New York City design studio created by Michael Szivos, and it’s been involved in the design and production of projects across mediums such as digital fabrication. 3D Design 3D printed art 3D Printing 3d printed art 3d printed lighting Michael Szivos Processing software RAB Gallery SOFTLab

AEC Industry Trends: Driving Toward Connection, Digitization, Transformation

3D Perspectives

The following 4 examples illustrate how practitioners are unlocking data, using that data to run and refine their processes, and leading the way to the next level of industry transformation. CTCE models the process, not the product.

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

Additive Manufacturing

formnext powered by tct (Rapid New Publications Ltd.) and organized by Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH is a new trade show that focuses on additive technologies and tool making design and product development in Frankfurt, Germany.

Nano Dimension Combines Electronic Components within Printed Circuit Boards as Part of the Printing Process

Additive Manufacturing

has successfully 3D printed electrical circuits, in which it embedded electrical components, through placement, as an integral part of the printing process. It makes obsolete the soldering process since the components are embedded within the printed board during printing.

nTopology, Inc. — Making Lattice Design an Integrated and Seamless Part of the Design Process

Additive Manufacturing

based in New York, New York, USA, recently released a topology optimization software program called Element Free that provides engineers and designers with the ability to create complex structures using lattice design tools. nTopology, Inc.

The influence of 3D printing on fashion design

3D Printing Industry

In 2013 burlesque dancer and artist Dita Von Teese modelled the first fully 3D printed dress in New York, ushering in a new generation in fashion design. Because of its potential for optimizing production processes, customization, and cost, 3D printing is expanding the field of what is possible in fashion. Below are a few examples […].

AstroPrint Secures Second Round of Funding to Expand Business and Enterprise Solutions

Additive Manufacturing

With this new investment, AstroPrint has raised a total of $2.1M, and we are now poised to grow our 3D printing cloud solution that already serves over 95k users from 130 countries. AstroPrint has processed over 1.6M By Drew Taylor | AstroPrint.

McKinsey Global Institute identifies gap in Industry 4.0 adoption

3D Printing Industry

Companies operating in advanced sectors have taken action in combining additive manufacturing processes within Industry 4.0. However, a recent survey published by McKinsey & Company, a New York-based management consulting firm, suggests that few have yet to successfully adopt digital manufacturing processes. Digital manufacturing is increasingly discussed with reference to the 3D printing industry.

2 New 3D Printed Products for Feet on Market

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Last week saw official launch announcements from both Sols and United Nude for new 3D Printed products designed especially for the footwear market. Partnering with 3D Systems, the designers of ultra cool footwear are 3D Printing products on the new Cube3 3D Printer.

Kinematic Dress 4D printed clothing made by Nervous System

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Composed of thousands of interlocking components, the dress was 3D printed as a single folded piece at the Shapeways factory in New York City and required no assembly.

It is Wonderful When a Vision Becomes a Reality

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

And, that is because printing the part is simply one step in the process of turning a creative idea into a stunning piece of art. And, that process is already familiar to clay artisans. But, Kwambio's international headquarters is in New York City.

Inside 3D Printing: Carbon CEO Sheds Light on Revolutionary M1 3D Printer

3D Printing Industry

Earlier this morning, the enthusiasts and experts of the 3D printing world funneled through the doors of the Javits Center for Inside 3D Printing New York, intent to hear Carbon CEO Joseph DeSimone shed some light on the long-awaited Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 3D printing process.

Evolve Additive Solutions partners with Kodak to develop electrophotographic technology for 3D printing

3D Printing Industry

Evolve Additive Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Stratasys, has partnered with Kodak, a New York-based technology company focused on imaging, to supply Evolve imaging systems, parts, and consumables based on the KODAK NEXPRESS digital production color press The companies will also work to develop Evolve’s 3D printing technology Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP) for […].