3D Art: Shapeways 3D Printed 500 Coca-Cola Bottles

Did you know that the Coca-Cola bottle turns hundred this year? The well-known bottle was invented in 1915, when Coca-Cola set up a challenge for designers to come up with a highly recognizable bottle. Root Glass made the winning design, and based it on the shape of a cacao bean - which by the way isn't an ingredient of the famous drink. Today an exhibition on the bottle opens in Atlanta's High Museum of Art. The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100 does not just expose a wide variety of … [Read more...]

3D Printing Materials Conference & 3D Bioprinting Conference, 27-28 January Maastricht NL

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After many successful 3D printing conferences, Jakajima organizes the 3D Printing Materials Conference on January 27, and the 3D Bioprinting Conference on January 28. Both conferences that take place in MECC Maastricht, the Netherlands, attract a high profile audience consisting of a wide range of industry professionals, industry stakeholders, end-users, governmental bodies, universities and more. Anyone curious in where 3D printing technology will take us, should seize this opportunity to … [Read more...]

ICAM–3D International Conference on AM, 3D Printing and 3D Scanning, Feb 5, 6, 7 Chennai India

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ICAM-3D is going to be the biggest 3D printing event ever held in India. To spread the knowledge on the AM (Additive Manufacturing), Vel Tech University, Chennai in collaboration with ESCI, Hyderabad is organizing an international conference on Additive Manufacturing in Feb, 2015. The International Conference on Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing and 3D Scanning is a conference on emergence of AM prototyping and applications, which will be held in Hilton Hotel on 6th and 7th on Feb, … [Read more...]

CES 2015: These Are Tomorrow’s 3D Printers

During events such as CES, the world is being exposed to lots of new technological initiatives. Important for technology today is 3D printing, and obviously many 3D printing ideas have been passing the radar during this year's event. A couple of days ago, we reported about a new line of filaments by MakerBot, which the company announced and demonstrated during CES 2015. But what is filament without a 3D printer? In this piece, we therefore guide you through the world of brand new 3D printers. In … [Read more...]

3D Printing Electronics Conference 20-01-2015 – Eindhoven

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After many successful 3D printing conferences, Jakajima organizes the second edition of the international 3D Printing Electronics Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. On January 20, a high profile audience consisting of a wide range of industry professionals, industry stakeholders, end-users, governmental bodies, universities and more will attend the full day seminar. The program of the 3D Printing Electronics Conference contains many impressive speakers, including Janos Veres, Ph.D. … [Read more...]

3D Printed Noah’s Arc Consists of 100,000 Pieces

The world is facing problems with climate change on the one hand, and machines taking over jobs from humans on the other hand. Taiwanese artist Hung-Chih Peng uses his art to express his feelings towards these issues. As part of his project The Deluge – Noah’s Ark, he 3D printed a 2 meter large twisted version of Noah's Arc (image below) in order to depict our inability to successfully stop climate change; art with a message. However, what he is currently working on is even more spectacular in … [Read more...]

3D Print Conference Baku, Azerbaijan 12-02-2015

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On 12 February 2015 one of the most famous conferences in Eastern Europe and the CIS countries dedicated to 3D printing and scanning will be for the first time ever held in Azerbaijan. This event will present the most effective solutions for the application of 3D technology in a wide variety of business areas. The Conference of advanced 3D printing and scanning technology - 3D Print Conference has already proved itself as a professional platform demonstrating effective application of … [Read more...]

3D Printed Art: 500 3D Prints of Coco Rocha

We have been writing lots of times about 3D printed figurines: the ability to 3D scan a person and turn the scan into a 3D print. Companies such as Hema have been experimenting with the system and Will.i.am even thinks 3D scanning artists during concerts and selling 3D printed figurines for merchandise could one day become a facet of pop music's future. The technique could also be used for art projects and New York-based photographer Steven Sebring knows it. For his new project Study of Pose: … [Read more...]

French Artist 3D Printed 85 Figures for a Film

A French artist called Julien Maire, has 3D printed 85 figures and used them for a film, which he calls 'Relief'. All figures show a digging man, but they are all printed in a slightly different way, in order to create a stop-motion effect. He put the figurines on a moving belt, and placed a light behind the belt. When belt starts moving, the 85 figures make the digger come to life and he starts to move well. Maire's work can be seen at the iMAL Centre for Digital Cultures and Technology in … [Read more...]

Inside 3D Printing Santa Clara Confirms Over 40 Sponsors and Exhibitors – Get 10% OFF!

Inside 3D Printing Santa Clara is just a few weeks away, and MecklerMedia has announced that more than 40 sponsors and exhibitors will be participating in the event, which will be taking place in Santa Clara, CA on October 21-23, 2014. In other exciting news, MecklerMedia also announced an additional keynote speaker: Mohsen Rezayat, PhD and Chief Solutions Architect at Siemens PLM. Rezayat will be delivering the keynote titled “The Role of File Format in Addressing Limitations of Additive … [Read more...]