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Top 10 spooky things to 3D print for Halloween
It's the most wonderful time of the year: and no, we don't mean Christmas. We're obviously referring to Halloween. This spooky holiday is the perfect excuse for eating candy, scaring people, living your Hogwarts dreams and decking your house with skeletons and cauldrons.
Here’s how 3D printing is changing the game for artists
3D printing is reaching new heights. Since discovering this medium, commercial and fine artists are using 3D printing to create the artworks of their dreams. 3D printing blurs the line between technology and contemporary fine art. It is opening up a world of opportunities for those who are still dipping their toes in certain fields or those who want to step outside of their comfort zone by integrating different disciplines to create something completely innovative.
Lamborghini adopts 3D printing and prints more than 20,000 parts in 2020
Italian luxury car and SUV manufacturer Lamborghini is widely known for being ahead of the curve by implementing the latest technologies to the automobile market. Therefore, it came as no surprise when Lamborghini decided to 3D print car parts. By integrating 3D printing with traditional car-making methods, Lamborghini is creating timeless masterpieces - such as the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 and the Sián Roadster - and showing everyone how it's done.
Artforge Studio Uses FabPro 1000 to Expand Capabilities with 3D Printed Jewellery
The UK-based jewellery workshop Artforge Studio is quickly becoming the epitome of modern jewellery making. The Studio's owner, Simon Walker, has been a working goldsmith for over 30 years. However, recently, Walker introduced 3D Printing to his classic jewellery making process. The combination of 3D printing with traditional methods such as diamond mounting and silversmithing has taken Artforge Studio to the next level.
3D Printing for Product Design: the Full Details
3D printing is the future of product design. It can take a product from initial design brainstorm, to the implementation of final details in the creation of a product and straight down to the final marketing and sales phase. The benefits of 3D printing for product design are endless, and with the technology in its infancy, there are a myriad of other opportunities to be explored.
3D Printed Jewellery: A Beginner’s Guide
3D printing has opened up a world of opportunities in a variety of sectors. This includes the wonderful world of fashion, and in particular, jewellery design. The technology has facilitated the design process, enabling jewellery artisans to explore different creative possibilities while facilitating the design-to-market process.
How Does a DLP 3D Printer Work? Digital Light Processing Explained
Various 3D printing processes are continuously revolutionising this ever-growing market. Hence, it’s highly essential to familiarise yourself with each of these technologies to decide what works best for you. In this particular blog post, we will explain everything there is to know about a DLP 3D printer.
What are 3D Printers Used For? 3D Printing Applications
What are 3D printers? When were they invented? Which industrial applications do they cater for? Whether you’ve heard of 3D printing in the past or are completely new to the scene, we’re here to answer all of your questions to help you familiarise yourself better with this sector.
Is 3D Printer Resin Toxic?
The chemical nature of 3D printer resin means that it's more toxic than FDM filaments. However, there are a few simple ways that you can employ to minimise its effects on the environment as well as yourself, enabling your company to continue benefitting from the wonders of 3D printing without putting anyone or anything in danger.