Researchers Use 3D Printer to Create Magic Arms for Little Girl


3D printing or additive technology has the potential to revolutionize a number of industries. While 3D printing will never (I always hesitate to say never) replace manufacturing processes like injection molding or tool & die, it does provide the opportunity for the creation of one-off projects or rapid prototyping. For those unfamiliar with 3D printing, more »

Delvinia Lunch & Learn 11.01 – Rapid Prototyping, MakerBot & 3D Printing Demand


On Thursday I hosted a Lunch & Learn presentation on 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping. Rapid Prototyping (a.k.a. 3D Printing) has been used commercially since the early ’80s as a way of speeding up and simplifying the development process of products such as cars, computers and other consumer goods. Industrial grade 3D printers cost tens more »