3D Print from Your Smartphone with $99 OLO

April 30, 2016 Kimberly Reed 0

OLO 3D believes with 3D printing in the maximum freedom of use and form. They seem to blend perfect aesthetics with the almost effortlessly that is utilitarian, and they are handing that down for their users now rather liberally with the OLO smartphone 3D printer. The burning question once it …Read More

Orange Maker Develops new 3D Printing Process

April 26, 2016 Kimberly Reed 0

A small 3D printing firm called Orange Maker is expecting to be that company and if a recently filed patent isn’t any indication, they just may end up being the company. Or perhaps not. The technology they’ve produced is a UV light curing process named Heliolithography that uses a rotational …Read More

Doctors use 3d Printing in Facial Reconstruction

February 2, 2016 Kimberly Reed 0

Unless you’re an egomaniac that was intolerable or are blind, you’ve looked in the mirror at some time in your lifetime and been not happy with something you’ve seen. Normally it’s a detail like a blemish or possibly even only a discontent with something you perceive as one of any …Read More

SA aircraft project making good use of 3D printing

November 14, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

Additive layer making, better known as 3D printing, is playing an essential part in the Ahrlac armed reconnaissance and light aircraft endeavor of South Africa’s. “3D printing suits aviation manufacturing very well,” he described. “In basic, aviation making isn’t so high volume, but the components are extremely intricate. Complicated parts …Read More