3D Printing Materials Developer Structured Polymers Raises $1.2 Million Through Equity Crowdfunding Platform MicroVentures

July 3, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

Austin-based technology firm Structured Polymers declared this week that it successfully raised $1.5 million in a seed financing round to improve the development of specialty polymer powders for the burgeoning 3D print business. MicroVentures and structured Polymers’ investors anticipate to capitalize on the 3D print business that is shifting as …Read More

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June 26, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

Coney Island was the famous website of boardwalk attractions entertainment parks and seaside because the early 1900’s of NYC. Utilizing five MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers, Fred Kahl, AKA The Great Fredini, made an entire, correctly scaled version of Coney Island’s Luna Park because it stumbled in 1914, 100 decades back. …Read More

3D Systems’ Fab-Grade 3D Printers Break the Speed Barrier Surpassing Traditional Injection Molding

June 10, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

3D Systems announced today that its fab-level 3D printers efficiently fit and surpassed the productivity of conventional injection molding in the direct production of functional parts. This breakthrough opens up the possibility of just-in-time, high volume, flexible additive manufacturing utilizing the company’s preciseness Stereolithography (SLA®) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS®) …Read More

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Nadya Peek at Solid Conference 2014: Making Machines that Make

May 24, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

Nadya Peek, a phd student at MIT Center for Bits and Atoms gave a keynote speech at the Solid Conference 2014. In her speech Nadya talks about small scale automation and making digital fabrication equipment. Anyone interested in DIY, desktop manufacturing machines, hacking and making, check out the video below:

3d Printed cast could heal bones 40 per cent faster

April 29, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

Photo DK Designs Designed by Turkish industrial designer Deniz Karasahin says the Osteoid will “improve the general healing encounter for broken or fractured limbs by focusing on the patient’s relaxation along with the timeframe required for the entire body to cure itself.” Mr Karasahin also says the Osteoid water resistant …Read More

3D Printing Startup SOLS Raises $6.4 Million

April 29, 2014 Kimberly Reed 0

3D printed insoles. Credit: SOLS 3D printing startup SOLS Systems announced today that they have raised $6.4 million in series A financing. This round of financing was directed by Lux Capital. The firm is focused on delivering medical wearables which are customized for 3 D printing for each patient. They’re …Read More