Ten 3D Printable Calibration & Test Print Things

When I got my first 3D printer it came preloaded with a small 1″ x 1″ square 3D model that was intended to calibrate and test the printer. Over the…

Petrus & ECA Group Partner Up to Deploy Underwater Drones for 3D Mapping in the Oil & Gas Market

Global oil & gas company Petrus has announced a cooperation agreement with aerospace and underwater robotics company the ECA Group. The partnership will bring together the vast industrial knowledge of…

Google India Brings 3D Printing and Traditional Art Together with Future Relics

“What object would you like archaeologists 1,000 years from now to remember our present day culture by?” That was the question asked by Google India of visitors to their first…

Ten 3D Printable Things: #3DBenchy Benchmark Prints

This week in 10 3D Printable Things I decided to make a list of 3D models with a slightly more utilitarian purpose than what I usually find for you. The…

Carbon Announces New Dental 3D Printing Materials, Part Serialization and Auto Support Generation

Since their CLIP technology was first released, Silicon Valley-based additive manufacturing company Carbon has been one of the fastest rising stars in the 3D printing industry. Along with the debut…

Grafter Allows Users to Remix Entire Working Mechanisms into New Fully Functional 3D Printed Machines

A longstanding tradition among 3D printing enthusiasts is remixing each other’s models to make something new or better. Crowdsourcing isn’t an especially new way to develop an idea, but rarely…

Miami University Researchers Work Together to 3D Print Better Bones

With the development and adoption of medical technology like x-rays, anaesthesia and antisepsis in the mid to late 1800’s that allowed doctors to treat broken bones surgically, the science of…

Ten 3D Printable Things: Valentine’s Day 2018

This week we’re bringing you 10 great 3D printing projects and gifts for Valentine’s Day, whether you need a last minute gift or something handmade to show your partner how…

Submarines May Dive Deeper Thanks to a New Lightweight 3D Printable Syntactic Foam Filament

In two new papers published in JOM, the Journal of the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering Nikhil Gupta details a process to turn…

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