We have been here in New York City the last couple of days attending the much anticipated “Inside 3D Printing” Convention, Maker Summit, and Pavilion. It has been a blast, as we have met some amazing people within the industry, Including Avi Reichental, Hod Lipson, and many others. Here are a few photos we took along the way. We will continue to update our readers at 3DPrintBoard in the “Inside 3D Printing” Folder, over the coming few days:
Hod Lipson, American robotics engineer and director of Cornell University’s Creative Machines Lab
Avi Reichental – CEO of 3D Systems, Keynote Speech at Inside 3D Printing – Showing off some 3D Printed Custom Sun Glasses.
3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental was nice enough to show 3DPrintBoard.com his 3D Printed watch
Avi Reichental – CEO of 3D Systems, Keynote Speech at Inside 3D Printing – Showing off his 3D printed shoes.
A 3D Printed Band by 3D Systems
The da Vinci 2.1 3D Printer:
A 3D Printed liquid metal Ford Torino by Ioan Florea
Hod Lipson trying on the worlds first 3D Printed Glove.
A chain-like design printed on the Afinia 3D Printer
A cool sculpture like design printed in pieces using a Tinkerine Ditto Pro 3D printer.
Part of this shoe was printed using one of 3D Systems 3D printers
Ioan Florea is 3D printing a house, and this is one of the walls.
The ProJet 5500X – If you can afford a 3D printer that costs over $250,000. It can print out multi-material objects like this table tennis paddle.
Neri Oxman is an Israeli designer and architect. She is best known for her work in environmental design and digital morphogenesis. She has come up with some of the most extraordinary designs we have every seen, including the acoustic chair, and many objects based on nature
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