More Caves From China’s Yungang Grottoes are Reproduced Thanks to 3D Printing
Archaeology labs, museums, and cultural heritage institutions around the world have been using 3D printing technology to fabricate countless objects and provide access to cultural heritage. Thanks to additive manufacturing,…
3D Printing News Briefs: March 20, 2020
Leading off our 3D Printing News Briefs today, the Wohlers Report for 2020 has been released. Moving on, Nanofabrica has achieved excellent results of direct rapid soft tooling with 3D…
3D Printing News Briefs: December 26, 2019
For your holiday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’ll get business out of the way first – Wipro 3D has launched Addwize, a new Additive Technology Adoption and Acceleration…
Company Profile – Batch Works
This is a brief company profile of Batch.Works. I stumbled upon them as I was looking into different makerspaces in London.
The Precarious Current State of London Maker Culture
This article talks about some of the social ramifications of Brexit and its effect on the maker culture of London.
Aki Inomota – Think Evolution #1
This is an art analysis of a 3D printed piece done by the artist Aki Inomata. It brings out questions of humanity and our finite nature.
3D Printing News Briefs: October 25, 2019
We’re talking about art and business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. An art installation at Millennium Park was created through the use of 3D printed molds, provided by Fast…
Coding for 3D Part 6: Building Blocks
This is a brief article on the importance of having the proper building blocks to a project.
Portugal: Minho’s Love is One of the Largest 3D Printed Art Installations Ever
Portugal has a spectacular new art installation to enjoy from Diverte. The ‘Amore Minhoto’ is the title gracing one of the largest installations ever created in their country. Serving as…