Portland Keeps it Weird with Their Life Sized 3D Printed Cow


The unofficial motto of Portland, Oregon proudly states “Keep Portland Weird”, and as someone who visits the city regularly, those are not empty words. Being weird, or alternately different and fun, for many Portland... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed cow keeping it weird large 3d print pdx 3d portland cow urban farmer

Portland Community College MakerLab Holds H800 in High Esteem


Ethan Ouimet is the MakerLab Coordinator at Portland Community College MakerLab. He lives half time in Portland and half time in Eugene, where he also works at the University of Oregon MakerSpace and is finishing his degree in product design.

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Portland Rotary Club Works with e-NABLE to Deliver 3D Printed Prosthetic Limbs to Amputees in the Dominican Republic


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3D Printing Spotlight On: Mazuir Ross, Artist and 3D Print Shop Owner


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NW Noggin & PDX3DP Lab: 3D Printing Brain Models for Students in Oregon


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RepRap Child Now At OSCON in Portland

RepRap Blog

The RepRap Child is now in Portland for OSCON 2008 , hopefully not too badly beaten up in transit. Official presentation is on Thursday afternoon (5:20, D137) but I''ll try to set it up in the foyer for folks to come poke at it. Will overcome jetlag before picking up screwdriver. Vik :v). oscon

3D Printable Self Reinforced Strain Hardening Cement Composite Developed at University of Michigan


3D Printing 3d printed concrete 3d printed construction cement cementitious composite compressive strength concrete ECC engineered cementitious composite portland cement rebar tensile strength University of MichiganConcrete has been in use as far back as 6,500 BCE when the Bedouins in Southern Syria and Northern Jordan used it in construction. More famously, the Romans used concrete to build structures such as. View the entire article via our website.

3D Printed Coffee Cup Helps Astronauts on the ISS Enjoy Freshly Brewed Coffee


3D Design 3D Printing 3d printed coffee cup 3d printed espresso cup 3d printing zero gravity astronauts Drew Wollman international space station iss Kjell Lindgren liquid management in zero gravity nasa Portland State University professor Mark WeislogelCoffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world and enjoyed in virtually every country on the planet. Just in the United States more than 80% of adults drink at least one cup a day, while. View the entire article via our website.

e-NABLE and 3D Printing Featured Among Prosthetic Case Studies in Bespoke Bodies Gallery Exhibit


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i.materialise 3D Printing Roundup: Week of Sept 15


Portland Firm Draws Huge Crowd with City Bike 3D Printed in Titanium. A Portland design firm by the name of Industry , know for their work with Nike, teamed up with Ti Cycles to create a concept bicycle out of 3D Printed titanium.

Designer Spotlight on Josh Azevedo: From Humble Beginnings to Running a Top 3D Design Business


Based in Portland, Oregons foremost creative hub, Josh and his team now create custom figurines, corporate awards, custom jewelry, and just about anything clients can think of. And the Portland community has noticed!

Chantelle Sims – “Look! I’m 3D Printing men!”


Chantelle Sims came to engineering late in life, enrolling in Portland Community. Chantelle Sims. Read the whole entry. » » interview

College Student's First 3D Printer Purchase Leads to a New Business


Today, he’s in business as the co-founder of Hydra Research, LLC, a 3D printing startup in Portland, Oregon. In 2016, John Kray bought his first 3D printer, a. Kray is a little bit surprised. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printers 3D Printing Business 3d hubs 3D printed coffee accessories 3D printed handles 3D printing case study case study Hydra Research LM Nano lulzbot lulzbot mini woodfill

AtlanticProCare Tries Out 3D Printed Prosthetics Through Partnerships with Three 3D Printing Companies


Portland, Maine is home to AtlanticProCare, which specializes in personalized prosthetics for people who have lost either upper or lower limbs, as well as in scoliosis treatment. Founded in 1993, the. View the entire article via our website.

Solid: the highly innovative 3D printed titanium bike

Top 4 3D Printing

Solid is an innovative bicycle from the Portland-based team of design firm Industry and handmade bike maker Ti Cycles. The Bike Design Project is a competition currently running across the United States with the goal of finding the bicycle of tomorrow.

Laika Used 3D Printing to Create a 16-Foot-Tall Skeleton Puppet for Stop Motion Film ‘Kubo and The Two Strings’


Portland, Oregon-based animation studio Laika has made some of the most critically acclaimed stop motion animated films in the last few years. Their first film, Coraline, was one of the first. View the entire article via our website.

3D-Printed Buildings

Wohlers Talk

The print material is said to be made from construction waste, including concrete, fiberglass, sand, and a special hardening agent (probably Portland cement and water). Earlier this year, 3DPrint.com reported on Shanghai-based WinSun and its 3D printing of buildings.

Cre8tor Industries Inventor's Positioning Axis

DIY 3D Printing

Here is a new movement module in form of a Cre8tor Industries 13" or 21" linear rail guided positioning axis with only 2.5 microns backlash. It could be used in machine development and very likely in functional digital fabrication unit (CNC or 3d printer).

All Aboard: 3DS and The Millennial Train Project

3D Systems

My name is David Melo, and I am privileged to represent 3D Systems as we join the Millennial Train Project , the first ever mobile hacker space traveling cross-country by train from Portland to New York City over the next 10 days.

LAIKA is Animating Life with the Help of 3D Printing Technology

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

A scene from Kubo and the Two Strings, and a 3D printed Giant Undersea Eyeball character on display at the Portland Art Museum.

Biking the STP using a 3D Printed Shifter

Nothing Labs

About a week ago I finished my first major organized bike ride - the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic - or STP. What concerned me was that my bus from Portland back to Seattle left at 7pm the next day.

This Little Bowl Makes a Big Impact

Shapeways Blog

From NYC to Pittsburgh to Portland, the South Bowl is an American endeavor that does good for the entire world.

Artist Uses 3D Printing To Combine Love Of Printmaking and Beer

Shapeways Blog

Graham Stephens is a Maker and Artist based out of Portland, OR. Graham has a passion for Printmaking and focuses on print making projects that range from engraving, woodcutting, and sketching.

RepRap At OSCON 2008

RepRap Blog

The RepRap Child is heading for OSCON in Portland, Oregon (yes, I''m off to the US of A again). I''m presenting in the last session on Thursday afternoon and will probably set up an impromptu display in the foyer if I can get away with it, so pop in and say "Hi" if you''re in the neighbourhood. Vik :v). oscon reprap

adidas Makes First 3D Shoe Available for Purchase with Exclusive Drop

Additive Manufacturing

Portland, Ore. Limited number of 3D Runner pairs to go on sale on December 15 via Confirmed in New York. December 12, 2016 – adidas today announced that it will be making its 3D technology shoes available to purchase for the first time with a limited edition release.

New Travelling Exhibit Featuring 3D Printing in Space Brings the Experience to Millions

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

The uPrint SE Plus will join the traveling exhibition, which includes destinations to LA, Portland, Philadelphia, and Boston through spring 2018. Stratasys is pleased to partner with the Science Museum of Minnesota for its new exhibition, Space: An Out-of-Gravity Experience.

3D Printed Bike Shifter

Nothing Labs

I''m doing my first big organized bike ride in a couple weeks - the STP (Seattle to Portland). I was thinking it might be fun to do a 3D printed part or two for my bike. I had originally considered a 3D printed belt-drive - but the more I looked at it - the less realistic it seemed.

Stratasys Delivers the “Missing Link” for LAIKA Studios

Stratasys Blog for a 3D World

Based in Portland, Oregon, LAIKA is an award-winning production company behind such Hollywood films as “Coraline”, “Kubo and the Two Strings”, and “Paranorman”. We like saying our customers can “Make it with Stratasys” – tapping into the power of 3D printing to turn great ideas into innovation and success.

How a 3D-printed titanium bike points the way to products custom-fit for you

3D Printing Review

But the Solid, designed by a Portland, Ore.-based Design firm Industry has developed a bike that demonstrates how the lines are blurring in design, engineering and manufacturing. This shift will ultimately allow companies to tailor products to individuals.

Palatov Motorsports Revs Up High-Performance Auto Design with SOLIDWORKS

The Solidworks Blog

The Portland, OR-based manufacturer has built a business around not only designing cars but also designing and supplying components, such as suspension parts, for custom car applications, ranging from individual builds to low- and medium-volume specialty vehicles.

Don’t Miss the SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever 2017

The Solidworks Blog

Portland, OR. Last year Todd Blacksher proposed something unusual for the SOLIDWORKS User Group Network: The SOLIDWORKS Largest User Group Meeting Ever, or SLUGME.

CoVent-19 Challenge Attracts More Than 200 Ventilator Design Submissions as 7 Teams Build Working Prototypes in Finalist Round

Additive Manufacturing

Baxter Ventilator , submitted by a team of educators, students, and alumni from Baxter Academy for Technology and Science (Portland, Maine). Stratasys providing pro bono 3D printing services for global, open-innovation initiative led by Boston anesthesiology resident physicians.

Build Your Own 3D Printer with The Inventor’s Positioning Axis


The folks behind the project, Michele and Jim Gray of Portland, explain the reasons behind the project: When we were building our CeramiCast 3D printer, we were disappointed in our options to purchase a pre-made linear axis. Many of our readers enjoy building their own 3D printers.

3D Printing and the Tiny House Movement in the US


Urban cities like: San Francisco , Portland and Seattle have all been featured for their tiny houses. The Tiny House Movement has been gaining steam in the U.S. & & parts of Europe for the past couple years.

Portland student develops his own 3D printed prosthetic hand, hopes to help amputees around the world


The revolutionary potential of 3D printing is again emphasized by Jordan Nickerson, a computer science student at Portland Community College, Oregon.

6 Times 3D Printing Made It to the Silver Screen


Portland-based LAIKA studio used 3D printing in its first feature film using stop motion – a technique that traditionally uses puppet or clay figurines, photographing them one frame at a time as they are slowly moved into position to show tiny movements.

Designer Spotlight: Chip Van Gilder

Shapeways Blog

Chip is also participating in the National Model Railroad Association Convention this week in Portland, OR until August 30–stop by and say hello if you’re in the area.

Repurposing Portland Stone Waste with the Novi 3D Printer


Dealing with the waste in this world is now, more than ever, of crucial importance. In the limestone quarrying industry, for instance, it has been suggested that valuable waste is around 80% to 90%.

Designer Spotlight: David Ambrose

Shapeways Blog

I started my little company while living in Portland, Oregon, but am currently living in Orange County, California. I also developed a deep love for Beer while living in Portland and started brewing my own.

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Building A Hardware Startup Outside of a Major Tech Hub

3D Innovations

If you are in the middle of a tech hub you may not realize that people in, say, Tampa or Portland aren’t as tech-savvy as your neighbors. We are going to start off with the good news, building a hardware startup outside of a major hub (i.e. Silicon Valley, Boston, L.A.) is possible.

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Project Runway designer Seth Aaron to debut 3D printed shoe collection at Portland fashion week


3D printed shoes are set to take Portland’s fashion week by storm this fall, as local designer Seth Aaron is pairing his runway fashion looks with footwear 3D printed in collaboration with Feetz, a San Diego startup that specializes in custom 3D printed shoes.

GE Additive – Amplifying Additive’s Potential in Orthopedics

Additive Manufacturing

We are as accessible, if not more accessible than other additive manufacturing groups, with Portland international airport just a few minutes from our front door.

3D Printing & Aerospace: check out our staff picks!


The Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science at Portland State University designed the perfect cup for this situation: the Zero-G espresso cups. Aerospace and 3D Printing are made for each other and NASA and European Space Agencies are demonstrating this almost every week.