University of Warwick

The Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid, Godiva 2, to Race in European International Submarine Races

The Most 3D Printed Vessel on the Grid, Godiva 2, to Race in European International Submarine Races

If you have a lot riding on your next 3D printing project, and require a powerful printer for ensuring success, historically that means you should turn to Stratasys. Time and time again, you can bet this is who is behind some very serious—and unique—builds, from rocket components to haute couture—and the likes of which you have not […]

If you have a lot riding on your next 3D printing project, and require a powerful printer for ensuring success, historically that means you should turn to Stratasys. Time and time again, you can bet this is who is behind some very serious—and unique—builds,...
Researchers Believe 3D Printing Will Offer Greater Potential for Piezoceramics & Electronics Applications

Researchers Believe 3D Printing Will Offer Greater Potential for Piezoceramics & Electronics Applications

The discussion of 3D printing and materials is ongoing, fascinating, and continually enlightening—and many still do not realize that there is a wide variety of options out there today besides ABS and PLA. I am often asked what the point of 3D printing is if we are just limited to fabricating a ‘bunch of plastic […]

The discussion of 3D printing and materials is ongoing, fascinating, and continually enlightening—and many still do not realize that there is a wide variety of options out there today besides ABS and PLA. I am often asked what the point of 3D printing is if we are...
These 3D Printed Porcelain Coffee Mugs & Donuts are Clever Topology-Related Joke

These 3D Printed Porcelain Coffee Mugs & Donuts are Clever Topology-Related Joke

Henry Segerman’s jokes aren’t meant to be obscure but can be hopelessly perplexing if you don’t know anything about topology. His latest 3D-printed, topology-related project–a coffee mug transforming into a donut, which in turn transforms into a coffee mug, and so on–won’t make much sense to you unless you’re a topology insider and, doubtless, that’s […]

Henry Segerman’s jokes aren’t meant to be obscure but can be hopelessly perplexing if you don’t know anything about topology. His latest 3D-printed, topology-related project–a coffee mug transforming into a donut, which in turn transforms into a coffee mug, and...
3D Scanning & Printing Brought in to Solve Centuries-Old Art History Mystery

3D Scanning & Printing Brought in to Solve Centuries-Old Art History Mystery

The summer I was 15, I lived in England. A lovely family in Coventry took me in, and with them I explored the surrounding area. Among the places I loved most were Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa, and Warwick Castle. London was all right, but I wasn’t there for urban hubbub, so it was really the […]

The summer I was 15, I lived in England. A lovely family in Coventry took me in, and with them I explored the surrounding area. Among the places I loved most were Stratford-upon-Avon, Royal Leamington Spa, and Warwick Castle. London was all right, but I wasn’t...

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