3D4E at UCLA giving 3D printed ukuleles to nearby orphanage

3D4E at UCLA giving 3D printed ukuleles to nearby orphanage

3D4E at UCLA, a 3D printing student organization and part of 3D4E National, is using 3D printing to make musical instruments such as ukuleles and shakers. The group is passing its 3D printed instruments on to the nearby Maryvale orphanage. Valentine’s Day is nothing without music, and thanks to the hard work of some tech-savvy […]

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Global Advanced Metals: spheroidization improves metal 3D printing powders

Global Advanced Metals: spheroidization improves metal 3D printing powders

Global Advanced Metals, a producer of tantalum products with locations in the US, Australia, and Japan, is setting up Tekna TEKSPHERO plasma spheroidization equipment at its plant in Boyertown, Pennsylvania. The spherical powders it produces will be used for additive manufacturing. As an FDM desktop 3D printer user, “spheroidization” is not a term you desperately […]

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French startup Octobre71 sells colorful 3D printed eyewear

French startup Octobre71 sells colorful 3D printed eyewear

Octobre71, a French eyewear startup, is leveraging 3D printing technologies to design and produce customized sunglasses that are 100 per cent made in France. The stylish sunnies are 3D printed in partnership with French 3D printing service Sculpteo. With over 15 years of experience in the optics field, Christophe Mouty, the founder of Octobre71, ended […]

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i.materialise introduces new Multicolor+ UV Inkjet 3D printing material

i.materialise introduces new Multicolor+ UV Inkjet 3D printing material

i.materialise, the online 3D printing service of Belgian 3D printing company Materialise, has introduced a new UV Inkjet 3D printing material, Multicolor+. The material purportedly produces strong, full-color 3D printed parts. ‘Yeah’ by Microsoft 3D Builder Online 3D printing services like i.materialise are a great way for 3D printing newbies to get familiar with 3D […]

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