metal

What I Think of colorFabbs Wood and Bronze Filaments

August 17, 2014

If you’re wondering why things have been a little quiet here at 3D Print HQ over the last week or two it’s because I’ve been on vacation. Well, when I say vacation it was a 192 mile, 12 day Coast to Coast Charity Walk across England. It was a great experience and I met people from all […]

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CT Scanned Animal Skulls Now in Bronze, Silver and Gold

February 9, 2014

3D printing isn’t just changing the way we manufacture things; it’s changing the way we think. It isn’t just a technology anymore; it has become a culture. The fashion industry has realized its importance and today, it is common to see 3D printed futuristic Dresses, Novel Jewelry and Shoes of all shapes at fashion shows. This is […]

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The Art of 3D Sculpting Endangered Animal Skulls

November 15, 2013

Novel and innovative ideas look different and out of place in the beginning but once they become common, the same ideas appears to be brilliant. Perhaps Dr. Scott Camazine’s idea of creating 3D models of animal skulls falls into the same category. His printed sculptures clearly demonstrate not only his love for nature but also […]

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The Future of Aviation Shaped by 3D Printing

October 26, 2013

On December 17, 1903, as the Wright brothers’ glider took to the air, a new chapter in human history began: the era of flight. Fast forward to today’s age and flight has become extremely common. The sky is filled with airplanes and helicopters, commercial airliners cross the whole world within hours and even wars can’t […]

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Amazing Objects Created By Additive Manufacturing

September 14, 2013

3D Printing, which is commonly referred to as Additive Manufacturing, has had a tremendous influence in the transformation of the manufacturing process. Unlike the traditional method of manufacturing, additive manufacturing allows one to create three dimensional objects using digital models. The 3D objects are normally created by adding successive layers of the printing material until the […]

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3D Printed Liquid Metal and Stretchable Electronics

September 8, 2013

Shape-shifting robots and machines; self-healing wires, wearable electronics and artificial skin with artificial nerves. All these concepts were made famous by the “Terminator” series. However, few expected that they would become possible in the real world so soon. 3D liquid metal printing, which has recently been invented by North California State University (NCSU) researchers, has given […]

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