3D Printing News Briefs: April 6, 2019

We’re starting off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with a product launch announcement – 3YOURMIND launched the full version of its Agile MES software software this week at AMUG 2019….

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…

Wang & Söderström Release 3D Printed Vase Collection

Swedish born and Copenhagen based design and architecture duo Wang & Söderström have released a series of vases as part of their collection called Excavation. Originally conceived of as simply objects of…

Spanish Company Offers Unique Way to Remember Your Loved Ones: 3D Printed Jewelry Made from Their Ashes

We live in an interesting, amazing age of technological advancements  – technology like 3D printing can help us survive nearly insurmountable odds, and it can also help families grieve the…

3D Printing at Easter: Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Hopping Down the… 3D Printed Trail

The other day, we heard about Belgium-based La Miam Factory, and its 3D printed chocolate Easter confections, and beer bottles, and Easter has been on my brain ever since. There are…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week – March 11, 2017

In this week’s edition of “Stories We Missed,” we’ve got the latest 3D printing news from the medical sector, an artistic Kickstarter campaign, and more. Stratasys is 3D printing pediatric heart…

3D Printed Palmiga Globe Bouquet Vase Showcases Flowers for Visual Appeal

Swedish designer, mechanical engineer, and self-proclaimed “innovative tech nerd” Thomas Palm was tired of the vessel getting all of the attention to the detriment of the humble (or not so humble) flora held…

MyMiniFactory Hosts 3D Print Vase & Planter Design Competition with a Twist

MyMiniFactory is holding a competition, but it’s not set up in the traditional way. The better your design is, the bigger the prizes for everyone. It costs nothing but your time…

Unique 3D Printed “Intertwine” Vase Design is Inspired by DNA and Leaf Patterns

A University of Lincoln (England) assignment to create a brand of 3D printed products targeting a specific demographic blossomed into the “Intertwine” flower vase, part of the “Entangle” brand of high-end luxury housewares for…

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