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    • Tinkerplay: Autodesk’s Kid-Friendly 3D Printing App

      Tinkerplay: Autodesk’s Kid-Friendly 3D Printing App

      To introduce 3D printing to children, Autodesk recently launched a new application that will allow tots to customize digital characters from a library of modified parts which can then be 3D printed. The application is called Tinkerplay and users can easily get started with a simple drag and drop function. The app is specifically designed Read More »
    • Are You Ready for the World’s First Desktop Metal 3D Printer?

      Are You Ready for the World’s First Desktop Metal 3D Printer?

      On November 2013, Colorado-based inventor David Hartkop unveiled the Mini Metal Maker1 —the first desktop 3D printer for metals—on Indiegogo. The printer uses metal clays and a kiln to produce objects. After 15 months of work and raising more than $34,000, he finally shipped out the initial units to the backers. This time around, he Read More »
    • China Launches Blueprint to Boost 3D Printing Industry

      China Launches Blueprint to Boost 3D Printing Industry

      Last March 2, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released its plans for its 3D printing industry. The announcement stated that the Chinese government plans to establish a preliminary 3D printing industry system by 2016 in order to keep up with its international competitors. The plan also mentioned that China must reach international Read More »
    • Are You Brave Enough to Eat 3D Printed Foods with Living Organisms Sticking Out of It?

      Are You Brave Enough to Eat 3D Printed Foods with Living Organisms Sticking Out of It?

      If you’re thinking crawly and slimy animals, that’s not it. It’s actually more of natural and healthy snacks in 3D printed mini bread. Food designer Chloe Rutzerveld has an idea for a “healthy and sustainable” 3D printed snack that sprout plants and mushrooms for flavours. Her Edible Growth project consists of 3D printed bread containing Read More »
    • What is the Carapace Project?

      What is the Carapace Project?

      A carapace is a hard and protective layer that covers the back or part of the back of an animal like a crab or turtle. The design team at Studio MHOX1 recently launched the Carapace Project2 to investigate the processes and conditions of body alteration, mutation, and metamorphosis. Led by Italian designers Filippo Nassetti and Read More »
    • Introducing the 3D Printer Especially Made for the Hearing Aid Market

      Introducing the 3D Printer Especially Made for the Hearing Aid Market

      Since everyone’s inner ear is unique, there is no standard hearing aid that will fit all. Hearing aids have to be customized. Given that 3D printing’s rationale is to create products by building them up rather than cutting it away, this is the perfect technology for creating hearing aids. How the Perfactory 4 DSP XL Read More »
    • SOLS, a 3D Printing Shoe Maker, Raises $11.1M in Series B Funding

      SOLS, a 3D Printing Shoe Maker, Raises $11.1M in Series B Funding

      Founded in 2013, SOLS, a pioneer in additive manufacturing and mass manufacturing, announced last February 27, 2015 that they raised $ 11.1 million in Series B funding to enhance their consumer product line of 3D printed footwear with emphasis on sports. SOLS CEO Kegan Schouwenburg and her team spent the last year developing personalized 3D Read More »

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