One of the newest areas of research in 3D printing is portable printing. A crowdfunding campaign has just been launched to create the Pocket 3D Printer, which is the first 3D printer of its kind that combines two existing technologies into a new one. Continue reading “3D Printers That Fit in Your Pocket Will Soon Become a Reality”
The idea here is to reduce wait times from six months to just a few days for back braces, hand splints and ankle-foot orthotics by using 3D scanning and printing. It’s using “industrial grade” 3D printers and materials.
The ability to affordably 3D print all sorts of products has allowed for total customization within many areas, from footwear to jewelry, and now to glasses. A new Australian start-up called Spexy Me, aims to soon take 3D printing to a whole new level with customized frames for your glasses. Today they’ve launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Continue reading “Spexy Me Aims to 3D Print Your Next Pair of Perfectly Fitting Glasses”