Possibilities In New Design Languages Through 3D Printing

The possibilities of Additive Manufacturing in our current industrial landscape goes beyond just the technology and industrial manufacturing opportunities. The objects of today are adapted to the mechanical possibilities of…

Cellular Level Design in 3D Printed Aluminum Chair from Joris Laarman

Playing with ideas is an important way of developing them to their full potential and at Joris Laarman Lab, that’s a central activity of their daily practice. And now its…

Heijmans Contest Seeks the 3D Printed Wall Cladding of the Future

Heijmans is a construction company from the Netherlands, and together with 3D print luminaries DUS Architects and 3D Hubs, they’re sponsoring a 3D print contest. You may be familiar with Heijmans…

3D Printed Steel Pedestrian Bridge Will Soon Span an Amsterdam Canal

The oldest of Amsterdam’s approximately 1,280 bridges in use dates back to 1648. The city is famous for its beautiful canals and waterways, and Dutch engineers have long made their names in…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — March 28, 2015

This week’s stories we didn’t cover include several creative projects, including 3D printed zoetropes, a slide scanner to preserve old photos, a chair made by over 70 makers, and a printable katamari. Also,…

Need a Chair? Now You Can 3D Print One at Home Thanks to Joris Laarman

Who says that 3D printers are only for making small objects such as toys, spare parts, and chess pieces? Artist Joris Laarman and several others are changing this philosophy. Laarman,…

MX3D-Metal Anti-Gravity 3D Printer Unveiled

You may recall from last year, the anti-gravity 3D printer revealed to the world by Joris Laarman Lab. The printer caught the eye of many within the industry, simply because…


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