3D Printed Organic Structures Grow Plant Life
The 11th annual Jerusalem Design Week was held at the end of this past June, at the Hansen House Center for Design, Media and Technology. Nearly 50,000 visitors showed up…
Design for Disruption: 3D Printing Short Runs and Distributed Production
Previously in this series, we’ve looked at designing for resilience and the concept of an industrial aftermarket for all things and 3D printed spares, as well as designing for installation, maintenance,…
Eco Friendly 3D Printing? Designing for Ruins
Sustainability is usually seen as a move towards using recyclable or recycled materials. Some see it as a means of ensuring that the product that you make will be recyclable….
3D Printed Furniture and Design, The Time is Now.
A decade ago, many designers were making chairs, couches and all manner of furniture using 3D printing. These were statement pieces. Star designers planting their 3D printed tree to showcase…
The Brittle Spear, Part I: A Disposable World
As the tip of a spear grows ever sharper, it also becomes more brittle. Much has been said about planned obsolescence where companies engineer products to fail earlier than they…
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.
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.
Dezeen Day Recap
This is a mini summary of some things I picked up on from the Dezeen Day conference. It is only a small understatement of the stimulating environment.
Coding for 3D Part 7: Doodlebug
This is a brief update of tool utilization within Rhino and how I plan to pivot a bit of my focus in this series.
Dezeen Day October 30th 2019
This is a quick preview on the Dezeen conference that I will be checking out this week in London. Be sure to learn about design thinking and architecture through Dezeen Day and read more.
Coding for 3D Part 3: Tools of Choice
This is an in-depth article explaining the plan of attack for learning parametric design through code. I will be consulting various online resources as well as books to strengthen my knowledge base.
Coding for 3D Part 1: An Introduction
Hello everyone! I am back with a new series of articles that I will be focusing on within the next month or so. I have gained a lot of inspiration…
The Diamond Project
This is an article that is briefly highlighting an idea that has some potential but it needs some guidance from seasoned business professionals.
Make all Things Part 4 – Expert Opinions
This is a brief informational update within the vertical garden project.
What is Metrology Part 20 – Processing
This is a brief overview of the coding language Processing. It has great intersection within the 3D printing and image processing realms of knowledge.
What is Metrology Part 4: Proto3000
This is an article highlighting the company Proto3000. It has an interesting business model within the metrology field as a B2B organization and it sparked my interest.
Make All the Things Part 2: Ring Creation and Casting a Wax Ring, Part 2
This is the conclusion of the ring project I have been working on. It has taught me various new skills that I will be looking to build upon and improve in the future.
Make All the Things Part 2: Ring Creation and Casting a Wax Ring, Part 1
This is an indepth how-to on making on casting a ring. This involved the usage of 3D Printers, but also various outside methods are important to this process. It is very fun to learn all of these new techniques.
Interview with Ganit Goldstein on Craft, Technology, Fashion & 3D Printing
This is an article on the rising talent of Ganit Goldstein. She is an innovative thinker and designer that is leveraging 3D Printing for her design ethos and language.
3DPOD Episode 8: 3D Printing Pioneer Janne Kyttanen
Today Max and I spoke with Janne Kyttanen. Janne is a great guy and a true 3D printing pioneer. Janne was one of the first designers active in 3D printing….
Industry Experts Interview Naomi Kaempfer
Naomi Kaempfer Naomi Kaempfer is the Creative Director of Art, Fashion and Design for Stratasys. She has a wide background of experience within the 3D printing and fashion realm. Kaempfer…
Industry Experts Interviews: Aaron Trocola on 3D Printing Fashion & Wearable Tech
This is an interview done with Aaron Trocola. He is an industrial designer with expertise in 3D printed fashion. This article goes through some of the practicality laid within fashion and 3D printing as a whole.
The Future of 3D Printing and Fashion Design Through the Eyes of LabeledBy
LabeledBy is a design studio based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. They work in fashion and their area of expertise is research and technology development. Their products range goes from technological…
Henri Canivez’s 3D Printed Data Stool Will Be Unique to You
Designer Henri Canivez‘s Data Stool has a unique size and shape depending on the person. One can sit on the data logging stool and this stool will measure and weigh…