3D Printing Interview with Bryan Crutchfield of Materialise

This is a brief interview with Bryan Crutchfield of Materialise. This interview is giving insight into their program oriented towards the medical industry and placing 3D printers within different settings.

3D Printing Interview with Shibu John of 3DPERA

This is an interview with Shibu John. He has a vested interest in the education of people within India in terms of 3D Printing and he is apart of various organizations and initiatives oriented around 3D printing.

Interview with James Nordstrom of 3DPrintClean

This is an interview with James Nordstrom, the founder of 3DPrintClean. We talk about the various safety concerns that consumers should think about in terms of 3D Printers as well as sustainability for people in terms of health and environmental safety.

Greece: Students 3D Print Operational Antikythera Mechanism

In ‘Studying, designing, and 3D printing an operational model of the antikythera mechanism,’ authors Georgios Mavromanolakis, T Manousos, M Kechri, P. L. Kollia, G Kanellopoulos outline an educational project where…

Inside 3D Printing Brazil: 3D Criar’s Founders Expect 3D Printing will Change Education in Brazil

One of the companies leading the way in Brazil’s growing 3D printing industry is targeting education. Founded in 2014, 3D Criar is a big part of the additive manufacturing community,…

3D Printing & the Circular Economy Part 2: Classical Manufacturing

This is an indepth dive into various tools within the traditional manufacturing cycle. We briefly mention the importance of these tools along with waste created by them as well. This is part two of this series on 3D Printing and the circular economy.

Whistling Walls & Sundial Arches: Ontario Architecture Students 3D Print with Clay  

Students at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario are bringing a whole new meaning to mixed media as they take on both 3D printing and the…

Interview with Colin Keogh of the Rapid Foundation

This is a brief interview with Colin Keogh of the Rapid Foundation. He gives us some good insight into the need to enable people through technology as well as what it means to be a maker.

Make All the Things Part 2: DIY Products

This is a short intro article to different resources a maker has for creating. DIY is a great thing with the amount of resources the internet provides for us. It is crucial to point others in the right direction.

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