E-commerce is a phenomenon that has transformed the way we do business worldwide, just as 3D printing is transforming the world of manufacturing. Both processes, unheard of at one time, are responsible for breaking down monumental barriers in the ways we operate in terms of shopping, entrepreneurial endeavors, as well as innovating, ‘making,’ and sharing. Continue reading “In the Name of 3D Printing: Printify Service and Marketplace Brings Together Designers and Engineers”
Made for Me wants to connect designers, manufacturers and consumers interested in 3D printing. The company aims to be Australia’s largest network of 3D printing professionals and services, as well as an online marketplace for 3D printed customizable goods. Continue reading “Australian startup hopes to be the Expedia of 3D printing”
Earlier this year, Autodeskannounced plans to introduce Spark, a new open platform for 3D printing, aimed at making it simpler and more reliable to print 3D models and easier to control how that model is printed. Now, Autodesk is collaborating with Local Motors, the leader in open-source hardware innovation, to utilize the Spark platform. Continue reading “Autodesk and Local Motors Collaborate on First Spark 3D Platform Implementation”
Dutch fashiontech designer Anouk Wipprecht is developing a 3D printed Open Source Elements Dress constructed from modules created by the design community. Simply download the element file, create your custom design and submit the printed part to Wipprecht by 13th September so she can incorporate it into the overall dress design. Continue reading “You Can Help Design A 3D Printed Open Source Elements Dress With Anouk Wipprecht”
Online 3D printables marketplace i.materials has just made its printables that much more compelling by adding the popular 3D modeling interface Sketchfab to its API. Now, i.materialise shop owners can display their products in rich 3D, using Sketchfab’s powerful interface. Continue reading “i.materialise Welcomes Sketchfab Interface onto its 3D Printing Marketplace (VIDEO)”
The LightWave 3D Group, a division of NewTek, Inc., has teamed up with Sketchfab Inc. to deliver a free plug-in for LightWave 3D software version 11.5 or higher that seamlessly exports 3D models from LightWave to Sketchfab, a popular online web platform that allows users to publish, share, embed, and view interactive 3D models in real time. Continue reading “LightWave 3D Group and Sketchfab Create Plug-In Software to Interactively Share and Publish LightWave 3D Models Online”
Pirate3D Chief Pirate Roger Chang talks about copyrights in 3D printing and additional technologies needed to aid it. Pirate3D has expanded its offerings. Its online 3D design and app marketplace Treasure Island is also in development. Continue reading “Can 3D printing disrupt the manufacturing industry?”
Martin Stevens, CEO of It is 3D, will give a presentation on the fact that the UK government sees the future with a 3D printer in every school. Why? What do they mean? What do they expect? What will they do to make this happen? What will actually happen? Is the UK going to lead the world in 3D printing, or is the UK going to enable the rest of the world learn from its mistakes? Continue reading “It is 3D will give presentation about 3D printers in schools”
A new book showcases 3-D art carved from books Continue reading “STORIES THAT JUMP OFF THE PAGE: SEE STUNNING ART MADE FROM BOOKS”
Are you also lost in the 3D printing space?
3D Printing can be deployed in so many industries, from jewellery to human tissue, and from ceramics to electronics, that the professional doesn’t know where to start.
Stop being lost and find out what 3D printing can mean for your profession!
The 3rd edition of the international 3D printing Event will contain over 14 sessions during the week, each focused on a specific profession or an application field.
You can choose the topic of your profession/application field. In half-day you will learn what 3D printing means for your profession.
In each session issues like materials, designtools, business models, do’s and dont’s will be covered.
You will meet your colleagues with whom you can discuss what has been presented, and what that means for your profession/business.
- Interior Design
- Fashion, shoes and accessories
- Legal/IP/Patent issues
- Marketing / Retail
- Product Design
- From design for manufacturing to manufacturing for design
- Additive Manufacturing
- The Future of Open Source
If you think that you can make a valuable contribution as speaker (no sales pitch) to one of these sessions, please contact us with this form.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact us with this form.