Work on Roboy first began last year, in early 2013, when the University of Zurich’s Artificial Intelligence Lab set to work on the next generation of robots. Their goal was to build a robot that could more accurately replicate how the human body works. Continue reading “3D Printing Helps Create Roboy the Humanoid Robot”
The printed electronics industry has given recognition to materials scientists at Harvard University for their work on novel 3D printed lithium-ion microbatteries — batteries no bigger than a grain of sand. The 3D printed microbatteries, which could supply electricity to tiny devices in fields from medicine to communications, received the Academic R&D Award last month at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2013 event in Santa Clara, California. Continue reading “Harvard Award for 3D Printed Battery”
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.
Chicagoans of all ages will soon have access to the world’s most advanced prototyping technology, all at their local library. Continue reading “MakerLab to open in Chicago Public Library”
About a white paper written by Mr Weinberg, an expert in IP, that documents the likely course of 3D-printing’s development—and how the technology could be affected by patent and copyright law. Continue reading “Difference Engine: The PC all over again?”
In case you’ve forgotten already, earlier this year some Congressional legislators attempted to protect intellectual property through the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Continue reading “The Next Battle for Internet Freedom Could Be Over 3D Printing”
An interesting and very relevant article was posted on the blog 3D Printer.net Continue reading “Intellectual Property Rights Issues and 3D printing”
according to the latest Strategic Foresight Initiative Report, co-authored by Thomas Campbell, Christopher Williams, Olga Ivanova, and Banning Garrett, sponsored by The Atlantic Council of the United States. Continue reading “3D Printing might change the world”
for making ATM Skimmers Continue reading “3D Printers used by criminals”
After more than a year of development this low-cost, highly effective laser scanner, the DAVID 3.0 boasts some significant upgrades that put real scanning power into the hands of users. Continue reading “The new David 3 laser scanner includes structured light scanning and a complete overhaul of the user interface.”