Mini-Doc Gives the Back Story on Life-Size 3D Printed Elephant (VIDEO)

Last august, 3D printing designer and engineer Joris van Tubergen thought up a clever method for drawing attention to the plight of endangered elephants for World Elephant Day. Using five ingeniously-modified Ultimaker 3D printers, van Tubergen was able to 3D print a life-size elephant live at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Continue reading “Mini-Doc Gives the Back Story on Life-Size 3D Printed Elephant (VIDEO)”

Mini-Doc Gives the Back Story on Life-Size 3D Printed Elephant (VIDEO)

Last august, 3D printing designer and engineer Joris van Tubergen thought up a clever method for drawing attention to the plight of endangered elephants for World Elephant Day. Using five ingeniously-modified Ultimaker 3D printers, van Tubergen was able to 3D print a life-size elephant live at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Continue reading “Mini-Doc Gives the Back Story on Life-Size 3D Printed Elephant (VIDEO)”

Artist is 3D Printing a 26 Foot Long Boat in 100,000 Separate Pieces on 30 3D Printers

Over the past year, we have seen many incredible 3D printing projects take place. There have been houses, cars, boats, and prosthetic hands that have all been created on 3D printers. However, one artist, named Hung-Chih Peng, may have them all beat, at least when it comes to creativity and time involved. Continue reading “Artist is 3D Printing a 26 Foot Long Boat in 100,000 Separate Pieces on 30 3D Printers”

This professor turns mathematics into 3D printed artwork

When your day job involves using mathematics to solve everyday problems, you’re bound to create the impossible once you get your hands on a 3D printer. Or at least try. Professor Craig Kaplan doesn’t disappoint. He turned his fascination with Islamic geometric patterns and background in computer science into a collection of 3D printed artwork that’s as mathematically fascinating as it is functional. Continue reading “This professor turns mathematics into 3D printed artwork”

3D printing event, 11 seminars and workshops, dedicated to your profession

From the law to fashion, from business models to software tools, and everything in between.

The 3rd edition of the 3D printing event will contain over 11 seminars and workshops 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 seminar 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 it means for your profession/business.

The following seminars are being planned for during the week:

Weekschedule:

Every weekday two or more seminars will take place. Each seminar will exist of two sessions and one short break. The morning seminar starts at 9.00 and ends at 12.30 hrs. The afternoon seminar starts at 13.30 and ends at 17.00 hrs. An attendee can register for one or more sessions. If you want to register, please click here.

Stealth wear makes a jump from art to product (VIDEO)

Artist Adam Harvey has been working with the idea of anti-surveillance for years, creating, for instance, a handbag that thwarts paparazzi with a flash of its own, aseries of portraits that fool face-recognition technologies with blocks of makeup and obtrusive hairstyles, and a line of “stealth wear” designed to camouflage its wearers from drones. Continue reading “Stealth wear makes a jump from art to product (VIDEO)”