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3D Print This Incredible Superhero Mask from Zortrax

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3D Print This Incredible Superhero Mask from Zortrax

The costume and replica prop communities have taken to 3D printing like wildfire. From making full Iron Man costumes to Thingiverse’s amazing collection of Star Wars props, 3D printing has become a great way for fans to show their love for their favorite movies or characters. Last week, 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax gave back to that community by creating an amazing 3D printable mask inspired by the comic book superheroes we all love. The Zortrax Super Hero mask was designed to be printed on the Zortrax M200 using Zortrax’z Z-HIPS material. Don’t worry though — if you don’t have an M200, Zortrax...

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Afinia To Show Their 3D Printers and Scanner At TCEA 2016

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Afinia To Show Their 3D Printers and Scanner At TCEA 2016

CHANHASSEN, MINN (PRWEB) JANUARY 28, 2016 Afinia will show their award-winning H-Series Desktop 3D printers and white-light 3D scanner at TCEA, booth 2057, February 3–5 in Austin, TX. In 2014, the H-Series (H480) won “Just Hit Print”, and in 2015, won “Reliable Performer” over 26 3D printers in Make: Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing. The Afinia H-Series is the only 3D printer series to win awards in Make’s 2013, 2014, and 2015 Ultimate Guides. The Afinia H800 3D Printer features Auto-Leveling Platform Calibration and Nozzle Height Detection and has a 10” x 8” x 8” (254 x 203 x...

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What the Future Holds for 3-D Printing in Architecture and Design

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What the Future Holds for 3-D Printing in Architecture and Design

Designers worldwide are creating 3-D-printed buildings, furnishings and materials. Will we be seeing this trend in our own homes? Three-dimensional printing is one of the most talked-about technologies of this decade. Some consider it the beginning of the third industrial revolution, while others point out the constraints of the technique. Is 3-D printing changing our architecture, and is it the way we’ll design our homes in the future? Below, we look at the phenomenon of 3-D printing worldwide, including a delicate resin pavilion in China, classical-design-inspired concrete beams in Italy and buildings that “think” in Germany. Read more on Houzz.com ...

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ROBO 3D Offers Comprehensive 3D Experience at CES 2016, Highlights New Printers & More

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Since their inception in 2012, ROBO 3D has been prolific. Headquartered in San Diego, not only are they busy producing 3D printers, but they are active and engaged within the 3D printing industry itself. Heavily involved as CES rolls around again this January, we see ROBO 3D going even further to show users what they have to offer in terms of a comprehensive 3D printing experience; after all, this event is about pulling out all the stops–and they certainly shine in this area, once again. This year, during CES and Showstoppers, ROBO 3D again embodies the definition of ‘bringing it’ for the consumer as they show off 3D printers,...

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Changing Medical Education With 3D Printing

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3D Printed Reproductions of Orbital Dissections: A Novel Mode of Visualising Anatomy for Trainees in Ophthalmology or Optometry Read the article from Medscape here.

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