Netherlands

3D Hubs Kicks Off October with Events in Eastern and Western Europe

The 3D Hubs Events calendar for the first week of October features three events, all meetups, that are spread all over Europe. The first meetup is in Arnhem, the Netherlands; the second…

The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — September 26

In this week’s stories we didn’t cover we have many examples of just how innovative 3D printing can be. For example, the still in-production Bloodhound Super-Sonic car has many 3D printed…

Print+ Creates Rocking 3D Print Headphones Kit for Easy DIY

To be involved in making, you don’t have to be the type of person who can build a 3D printer from scratch, recycle milk containers into filament, and wield a…

Introducing colorFabb, the Company: colorFabb BV Emerges as a Standalone Entity

As the three little pigs famously learned in a well-known fairy tale lesson, materials ultimately make or break a project: the better the materials used, the better the ultimate potential…

This Week’s 3D Hubs Events Include Meetups, Workshops, and a Pub Nite!

The weather is cooling off and leaves are beginning to change and fall, even here in humid Florida, signaling the end of summer. It’s the perfect time of year to see…

Moving People: Helping Highlight the Plight of Refugees with 3D Printing & Guerrilla Street Art

At this moment, there are approximately 13,000 asylum seekers who have been given refugee status in the Netherlands and are awaiting new homes. While many there argue there is insufficient…

This Week Utrecht Hosts 3D Hubs Event at Permanent Future Lab

Last week 3D Hubs hosted many workshops and meet-ups all over the world, from Dallas to Amsterdam, indicating the company’s vast international reach and the variety of events it sponsors through…

Now Available Outside the Netherlands: 3D Printed EXO-L Prevents Sprained Ankles

If you’re an athlete who spends much time on your feet, then you’ve probably been concerned at one time or another–or in an ongoing way–about the stress to your ankles…

3D Printed EEG Headphones Monitor Mental State and Provide Comfort

Imec, the Holst Centre and The Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, along with the Industrial Design Engineering faculty of Delft University of Technology, have introduced a wireless electroencephalogram –…

3D Printed Baneling From StarCraft is a Menacing, Glow-in-the-Dark Other-Worldly Monster

Andy de Bruin of Zeeland, Netherlands is a mostly self-taught graphic artist who found a way to combine his passions for 3D modeling and printing with his love of role-playing…

XZEED DLP Multi-Material 3D Printer with 5 Moving Vats of Resin Produced at University of Twente

While the majority of desktop 3D printers are based on FDM/FFF technology, other technologies such as Stereolithography (SLA) are coming on strong as patent expiration and lower prices increase their…

Netherlands: Firefighters to Train with XVR’s 3D Printed Water Nozzles, Fight Virtual Reality Fire

While many of us come home after a long day and exhale, relaying to our partner–or anyone who might listen–that we spent all of our time putting out fires, it’s…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — July 25, 2015

This week’s uncovered news is more about hardware, services, and accessories for 3D printing than 3D printed items. But we begin with one great project, a 3D printed bicycle safety induction light…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — July 11, 2015

This week’s news contains many cool 3D printed items, beginning with a surreal and funky Leapfrog printed Octomadness zoetrope. Then we move onto “artifacts” made by injecting resin into sand,…

Dutch Woman Uses 3D Printing to Create Amazing Statues of Actors & Actresses

3D printing can be used for a lot of things, as most of us are quite aware. Each and every day, we come across new exciting uses for the technology,…

New Maritime Consortium Forms — Will Research 3D Printing of Spare Ship Parts

The Port of Rotterdam is Europe’s largest sea port, and it boasts excellent accessibility for sea-going vessels, intermodal connections and the 180,000 people who work for and in the surrounding…

Create it REAL & WEISTEK Partner to Release IdeaWerk Speed 3D Printer

Almost as soon as 3D printing began to catch on, it became not only a rapidly growing technology but one being constantly refined by its community–and what was first on…

OWOW! A New Age of Music: Wob, Wiggle & 3D Print Your System Case Too

Appropriately, combining music with the option of 3D printing part of the high-tech equipment is a multi-layering of creativity that certainly couldn’t yield anything but interesting–and high-quality–results. In the case…

ElevatedMaps Launches to Create Artistic 3D Printed Custom Maps of Anyplace in the World

I’m in the process of moving into a new home, and boy do I have my hands full. My husband and I have decided to furnish and design the interior…

Snow White & Deep Black: FunToDo Answers Growing Needs in Resin Monochrome 3D Printing

FunToDo is a resin supplier committed to providing both affordability and quality. They also keep up with market trends, and know their customers, which is the sign of a great…

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…

Researchers Develop 3D Printed Lattices to Manipulate Buckling in New Mechanical Material

As most are well-aware by now, 3D printing can be used to make many items that are fun, and even whimsical, from 3D printed parts for train sets to integrating the technology…

Blind Dutch Girl Receives Incredible 3D Printed Statuette in Her Own Likeness for 16th Birthday

The power of people and technology coming together to do thoughtful things for others is what often makes 3D printing so powerful and interesting on many levels. With the ease of…

3D Printed Bioplotting May Offer Comfort to Diabetes Patients

Type 1 diabetes is a malady usually diagnosed in children and young adults, once known as juvenile diabetes. Only five percent of diabetes sufferers have this form of the disease; in…