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 •  October 2

SPoE, a printer which “Simply Prints on Everything,” has just launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The printer, which is being prototyped with 3D printing, is described as a “free-standing printer” which can print (two-dimensionally) on virtually any surface. Though my own expertise lies in 3D printers, the new SPoE printer developed by...

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 •  October 2

As in previous years, TCT featured many great 3D printing innovations. Not least, on the Carbon stand we saw the Adidas Futurecraft 4D sports shoe, which has a 3D printed midsole. This is fabricated on a Carbon 3D printer with its ‘continuous liquid interface production’ or ‘CLIP’ technology. The Futurecraft 4D also received the TCT Consumer...

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 •  September 28

3D printing developments never stop coming, and it's easy to lose track of what's happening in such a fast-paced industry. Luckily we've got another 3D printing news roundup for you, in case you missed anything recently. Recent stories include ShareBot joining Techniplas' innovation program and Stratasys expanding options for users of its J750 3D...

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 •  September 18

The 3D printing world continues to expand, and it’s easy to lose track of developments. Luckily we’ve got another roundup of things you might have missed recently, including, amongst other stories, 3D Systems demonstrating its new software and CollPlant receiving its first order for 3D bioprinting ink. 3D Systems demonstrates new software 3D...

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 •  August 31

3D printer manufacturer XYZprinting has announced the $3,000 Da Vinci Color: a fused filament fabrication 3D printer that offers full CMYK printing by incorporating inkjet printing into the build process. The industry’s ultimate full-color 3D printer, XYZprinting’s 3DColorJet solution enables the da Vinci Color to mix and fire CMYK color droplets...

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 •  August 30

Anyone with an interest in 3D printing and cars will already know about Local Motors, the Arizona-based company that uses additive manufacturing technologies to create innovative, almost futuristic vehicles. From the Strati, which holds the honor of being the first 3D printed car, and now to the Olli, a self-driving bus, Local Motors owes much of...

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 •  August 19

Adafruit has published a tutorial for a 3D printed chess set with a “Circuit Playground” theme. The detailed pieces are made from ColorFabb PLA-metal filaments, while the chess board can be printed in regular PLA. Every now and again, a great project resurfaces after slipping under the radar on its first release. Adafruit’s 3D printed Circuit Playground chess set,....

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 •  August 15

aRks 3d, a Sicily-based design studio run by architects Samuel and Rosanna, has unveiled a collection of 3D printed bikinis. Described as “ergonomic, ecological, unique, and tailored,” the “Coral” swimwear collection is printed in PLA with cotton inserts. Following SexyCyborg’s valiant effort to create a 3D printed bikini last week, we can now...

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 •  August 2

FDM 3D printer specialist German RepRap has joined forces with plastics company ebalta Kunststoff to develop a new polyurethane (PU) formulation for German RepRap’s liquid additive manufacturing (LAM) process. The 3D printing material purportedly has isotropic mechanical properties. While it can be hard to convince customers of the benefits of a 3D...

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 •  July 18

Before packing up for your summer vacation, be sure to check out these updates from the 3D printing world. From company partnerships to new initiatives, this hot July week is shaping up to be a good one for the industry. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to 3D print polymer parts for Airbus A350 XWB aircraft Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, a...