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MIT Researchers Create 'Fab Forms' - Software That May Make 3D Modeling & Printing Easy for All

MIT Researchers Create 'Fab Forms' - Software That May Make 3D Modeling & Printing Easy for All

I must admit that, while I have been covering the 3D printing space for nearly two years now, and have had an interest in the technology long before that, when it comes to modeling designs that I can print at home on my 3D printer, I’m just an amateur. CAD software, although it lends itself […]

I must admit that, while I have been covering the 3D printing space for nearly two years now, and have had an interest in the technology long before that, when it comes to modeling designs that I can print at home on my 3D printer, I’m just an amateur. CAD...
Fisher/Unitech Adds MakerBot 3D Printers to Portfolio Offering

Fisher/Unitech Adds MakerBot 3D Printers to Portfolio Offering

Fisher/Unitech is a provider of IT solutions to the manufacturing sector, and they specialize in software and hardware solutions aimed at realizing productivity gains in industrial design, computer-aided design, and physical prototyping among a variety of areas. They say an award-winning technical team offers training options in SolidWorks and a consulting team delivers professional services for design automation […]

Fisher/Unitech is a provider of IT solutions to the manufacturing sector, and they specialize in software and hardware solutions aimed at realizing productivity gains in industrial design, computer-aided design, and physical prototyping among a variety of areas. They...
3D Hubs and Autodesk Tinkerplay Join Forces for Robot Design Contest

3D Hubs and Autodesk Tinkerplay Join Forces for Robot Design Contest

3D Hubs is teaming up with Autodesk Tinkerplay on a project that will allow designers to print their own robot toys. With the Tinkerplay app, it’s possible to drag and drop different body elements, select customizable textures and colors, and then use 3D Hubs to 3D print the robots – directly from the app.  And […]

3D Hubs is teaming up with Autodesk Tinkerplay on a project that will allow designers to print their own robot toys. With the Tinkerplay app, it’s possible to drag and drop different body elements, select customizable textures and colors, and then use 3D Hubs to...
3DPrinterOS Goes Open Source for Their Cloud Client

3DPrinterOS Goes Open Source for Their Cloud Client

3DPrinterOS is an operating system available for 3D printing. The service allows users to manage, edit, fix, slice, share, and print objects from any web-enabled device, and since it was launched earlier this year, the OS has been used to take on more than 4,500 hours of printing through 1,300 printers in a total of […]

3DPrinterOS is an operating system available for 3D printing. The service allows users to manage, edit, fix, slice, share, and print objects from any web-enabled device, and since it was launched earlier this year, the OS has been used to take on more than 4,500 hours...
3D Slash Software Partners with YouMagine and Sketchfab

3D Slash Software Partners with YouMagine and Sketchfab

3D Slash has announced a partnership deal with YouMagine and Sketchfab he says will make 3D modeling accessible and more fun allowing makers and designers to share their creations with different 3D design communities CEO Sylvain Huet, a French engineer and entrepreneur, has been in on the ground floor of a dozen tech startups and […]

3D Slash has announced a partnership deal with YouMagine and Sketchfab he says will make 3D modeling accessible and more fun allowing makers and designers to share their creations with different 3D design communities CEO Sylvain Huet, a French engineer and...
i3D Creatives and John Bokla Want to Teach Kids 3D Printing Technology

i3D Creatives and John Bokla Want to Teach Kids 3D Printing Technology

John Bokla says it was during the time he was studying architectural engineering – and struggling with the design courses – that he came up with the idea for i3D Creatives, a 3D design education firm and a platform designed to teach children between 8 and 15 years old how to use 3D printing. Part […]

John Bokla says it was during the time he was studying architectural engineering – and struggling with the design courses – that he came up with the idea for i3D Creatives, a 3D design education firm and a platform designed to teach children between 8 and 15 years old...

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