Once again we’re proud to announce a new member in our growing family of 3D print materials! This time we would like to introduce the official trial of a high-detail material that is perfect for scale modelers: Smooth Detail Resin! Featuring a smooth surface, an extreme level of detail due to its 50 μm layers, and a gray color that’s perfect for painting, this material is what many of you have been waiting for. Let’s take a closer look! Continue reading “i.materialise Introduces Smooth Detail Resin for Scale Modelers”
Creating a printable design is the crucial first step in the 3D printing process – and everyone seems to have a different opinion on which software is the most suitable for getting this job done. So what’s the most popular 3D modeling software for 3D printing? Read on to discover the top 25! Continue reading “Top 25 Most Popular 3D Printing Software for 3D Modeling & Design”
The team at i.materialise says models made using their rubber-like 3D printing material were constructed from an off-white, very fine, granular powder which was dyed black. What you got was a part which is strong, highly-flexible and durable. Continue reading “i.materialise Is Now Offering a New Color Option for Rubber-Like Material”
Once only featuring a handful of MakerBots and Shapeways, Adobe Photoshop CC has added ever greater 3D print preparation and export options, including printer profiles from small manufacturers like Type A Machines and direct export to 3D modeling sites like Sketchfab. Continue reading “Photoshop CC Expands 3D Printing Support to i.materialise”
Sam Van Dormael, Business Development Manager, i.materialise will present at the 3D Printing Event: “Viable Business Models for Consumer-Oriented 3D Printed Objects”.
Continue reading “Sam van Dormael, i.materialise presents about business models at 3DPE”
Looking back at the year 2013, Materialise has compiled a great collection of the year’s 3D Printing highlights. You might remember i.Materialise’s Andy Warhol Competition (check our coverage of the winners here ) and the first ever 3D Printed Fashion show with Melinda Looi in Malaysia (our gallery of the show here). Another highlight of the video is something that had an unexplained appeal to editor Rachel Park – The Smoke Dress. Check the video below to view the rest of an amazing year of 3D Printing. Thank you Materialise and i.Materialise!
Tatiana De Wée, community manager, i.materialise will speak about 3D printing and fashion, shoes and accessories Continue reading “i.materialise is partner of the 3D printing event for the Fashion, shoes and accessory seminar”
Raspberry Pi, Autodesk 123D and i.materialise challenge you to make an extra-ordinary Raspberry Pi case! Continue reading “Join the Raspberri Pi 3D printing case challenge”
i.Materialise’s .MGX high-end retail operation is currently exhibiting their wares in Shanghai Continue reading “.MGX Exhibits in Shanghai”
The idea for the website was born, when the founders realized how difficult it is to get reliable information on the prizes of different 3D printing services—before uploading the file to each of their websites. Continue reading “3D printing Price check Page is online”