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3D printed ceramics

Low tech by today’s standards but still good looking.

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3D printed ceramics

Low tech by today’s standards but still good looking.

jeromeberesford:

Olaf Diegel has invented a 3D printed saxophone. It sounds more saucy than sexy if you ask me. 

It’s been printed in nylon and weighs around half a kilo.

Imagine how much easier it is to print a sax than make one the old way. It might not sound as good yet, but that will change.

jeromeberesford:

Olaf Diegel has invented a 3D printed saxophone. It sounds more saucy than sexy if you ask me.

It’s been printed in nylon and weighs around half a kilo.

Imagine how much easier it is to print a sax than make one the old way. It might not sound as good yet, but that will change.

takeovertime:

3D Printed Functional Ceramics | Olivier Van Herpt

This looks like a quality machine, and some very nice work.

geraldinemcgeechan:

Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv has integrated 3D-printed elements into ruffled garments influenced by distorted digital drawings.

A nice combination of 3d printing and printer materials, very seamless.

der-rattenfanger:

Fractals by Tom Beddard

Wow, 3d fractals. I can imagine so many different types.

stealmag:

obama is first president to be 3D printed for national portrait gallery bust

for the first time in history, a sitting president has been 3D scanned and printed, and the model will become part of the collection of the smithsonian’s national portrait gallery.

Maybe the first but not the last

stealmag:

obama is first president to be 3D printed for national portrait gallery bust

for the first time in history, a sitting president has been 3D scanned and printed, and the model will become part of the collection of the smithsonian’s national portrait gallery.

Maybe the first but not the last

let-me-sleep-on-it-baby:

The beauty of 3D printing

The future will be biomimicry.

let-me-sleep-on-it-baby:

The beauty of 3D printing

The future will be biomimicry.

Introducting our new 3D printed shoes

continuuminum:

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Yes you can wear them. And you can buy them. 

Full details at: http://www.continuumfashion.com/shoes2014.php

Yep ready to wear!

wnycradiolab:

For our latest podcast, The Skull, we did a little experiment in 3D printing.

Visit our Thingiverse page and print your own 2 million-year-old skull (or, if you don’t have access 3D printer, at least check out the nifty “thingview” option).

(Thanks to Henry Reich of MinutePhysics fame for snapping these photos!)

3d learning objects!

danieljchamberlin:

A 3d powder printed high geometry based on a dodecahedron - otherwise known as the Popcorn Ball.

I want to reach in the screen and touch this one.

Tumblr hub for sharing all things 3d printable.

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