Velo3D’s Metal 3D Printer Tackles Design and Build Limitations
After working under the radar for many years, California-based VELO3D finally emerged as one of the most promising startups in August 2018 with the release of its Sapphire metal 3D printer….
What is Metrology Part 11: Computer Vision
This is a brief article on the basics of computer vision as it is an important field to understand within metrology.
3Dflow Computer Vision Software
This is a brief company analysis of 3Dflow as well as a promotion for their upcoming workshop in September.
What is Metrology Part 9: Machine Vision
This is a short excerpt on machine vision and how it relates to 3 dimensional imaging and metrology.
Make All the Things Part 3: Vertical Garden Part 2 – User Research
This is a short summary on the first steps in building a vertical garden through collecting user research.
Interview with Sarah O’Sell on the Circular Economy
This is an interview with Sarah O’Sell. She brings a lot of relevant info to this interview in terms of sustainability and fashion.
The Benefits of 3D Printed SLS Parts For Alfa Romeo Formula One
Twelve races down for the first half of the 2019 season, and Alfa Romeo’s Sauber Formula One (F1) team is good to go for the remaining nine races of the…
The Pondicherry Coastal System is Getting a Boost Thanks To 3D Printing
Worldwide, there have been plenty of efforts to 3D print artificial coral reefs. Ever since Alex Goad invented the Modular Artificial Reef Structure, better known as MARS, and funded Reef…
What is Metrology Part 8: Complex Analysis, Optics, and Metrology
This is a brief summary on the physics behind metrology, optics, and the math behind it – complex analysis. This is a fun introduction to complex physics interactions within technology.