Kinematic Dress 4D printed clothing made by Nervous System

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Nervous System in collaboration with Shapeways presented this fully 3d printed wearable dress printed in commercial powder based machine. This is done with Kinemtics Fold software: 3d printed clothing 4d printing fashion shapeways software

HP Delivers World’s First Production-Ready 3D Printing System

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HP is proud to have the input and support of leading manufacturers, co-development partners and strategic partners, including Nike, BMW, Autodesk, Jabil, Johnson & Johnson, Materialise, Proto Labs, Shapeways and Siemens.

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Get Schooled: Featured Student Grant Recipient – New Materials

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To help users verify their designs during editing, our editor allows users to apply forces and simulates how the object deforms in response.” Apply now for the Shapeways EDU grant and y ou could receive up to $1000 in Shapeways credit to realize the designs of your dreams.

They couldn’t buy it. So they created it.

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Martin made his first foray into 3D design for printing in 2012, when he used Shapeways to turn custom maps he’d developed for flight simulators into 3D prints. And he took his hobby pro, opening a popular Shapeways shop. appeared first on Shapeways Magazine.

Sculpteo Launches FinalProof

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FinalProof enables makers for the first time to visually see the layered simulation of the 3D object before printing. With Sculpteo’s new software, “FinalProof”, users are able to see a simulated layer view instead of the widely adopted smooth CAD view.

Designer Spotlight: Latte A.L.

Shapeways Blog

a financial technologist, started making jewelry by carving wax but decided the best method for her would be 3D printing with Shapeways. I used Photoshop, the free Netfabb, and Tinkercad for the first few designs that I listed on Shapeways. appeared first on The Shapeways Blog.

5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could 3D Print in Cast Metals

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At Shapeways we offer a whole variety of 3D printing-enabled cast metals for you to choose from. 3D printing-enabled cast metals are able to capture incredible detail, so you can simulate a multitude of textures.

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The Insider’s Guide to Historicon

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As the Shapeways Historicon team packs up and gets ready to head down to Fredericksburg, Virginia, we’re bringing you our top picks for what not to miss at the con. Base Camp: The Shapeways Booth. We’ve built the terrain. We’ve painted the tanks.

The Week in 3D Printing: formnext 2017 Edition

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Stratysys is debuting the J750 3D Printing Solution software , which allows users to design for printing in specific materials, while Sigma Labs is releasing web-based quality assurance software PrintRite3D INSPECT , and Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence is tackling improving print quality with a stable of software tools like Simufact Additive , a simulation tool for predicting and reducing distortion in powder-bed printing.

The Week in 3D Printing

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As 3DPrint.com reported , European Space Agency scientists have now printed bricks from pure simulated lunar soil and concentrated sunlight — no binding agents, which even earthbound 3D printers generally rely on. The post The Week in 3D Printing appeared first on Shapeways Magazine.

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The Final Frontier: How Space Is 3D Printing’s Greatest Proving Ground

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According to Scientific American , Adam Jakus and his colleagues in Ramille Shah’s lab at Northwestern University are developing a system that utilizes simulated Mars and Moon dust (regolith) inks.

SxSW 2016: 3D Printing Tech, Puppies & BBQ

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I spent last week at SXSW with colleagues Mansee Muzumdar, Dan Grigoras and Shapeways CEO Pete Weijmarshausen. Peter Weijsmarhausen, Shapeways CEO & Shane Wall, CTO of HP at their SXSW Panel discussion. I have never yelped “BBQ” as much as I have these past few days.

Design of the Week: Kinematics Dress

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And then we’ve used a physics simulation to fold up the dress into a small form that can fit inside the machine for fabrication. The work was produced at Shapeways’ Brooklyn factory, where their EOS machines printed the dress in nylon. Via Shapeways.

Tour an (Unbuilt) Dream Home: 3D Visualization in Architecture and Interior Design

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New Ways to Simulate Space. The post Tour an (Unbuilt) Dream Home: 3D Visualization in Architecture and Interior Design appeared first on Shapeways Magazine.

It’s here: HP Inc. shows off its first 3D printer

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The speed is based on internal testing and simulation. It has sought input and support from manufacturers and collaboration partners including Nike, BMW, Johnson & Johnson, Jabil, Siemens, Materialise, Shapeways, Autodesk, and Protolabs. It has arrived–HP Inc.,’s

The Week in 3D Printing: Extending Life on Earth… and Beyond!

Shapeways Blog

The rules dictate that a combination of plastic and simulated Martian soil should be used to create these structural elements. appeared first on Shapeways Magazine. We knew that 3D printing was changing our day-to-day lives on Earth.

Travis Fitch Brings Superpatterns to Light

Shapeways Blog

There is so much dynamism to reality that doesn’t exist inside a computer — how light and shadows behave, the weight and feel of materials, their movement in space and time — no simulation or rendering can compete with this.