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...]

Artist 3D Prints Babies to Display Our Addiction to Technology

Are machines slowly turning us into machines? A New York City-based artist called Rachel Lee Hovnanian currently runs an exhibition in New York about the world's addition to technology. In this exhibition you can see photos of a couple lying in bed, who rather want to watch their phones than make love. Bad couple or killer phones? For another part of her exhibition the artist used 3D printing technology and what she came up with is to be called alienating. The installation is titled Perfect … [Read more...]

Watch a Short Movie With 3D Printed Objects

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Animator Ray McCarthey Bergeron has used 3D printing technology to create figurines for a short movie, and the trailer is very promising. He used the technique to create enchanting scenes with zoetropic 3D printed objects for a short movie, which he called re÷belief. He made this movie for his MFA Thesis at the Rochester Institute of Technology and the question he wants to ask with this video is "if recalling memories can break a cycle". This video could likely make you feeling a little … [Read more...]

Robotics Expo 2014 in Moscow

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Robotics Expo 2014 is the second exhibition of robotics and advanced technology to be held on 27-29 November in ECC "Sokolniki", Moscow. The event has a unique format and is targeted both at business audience, people directly involved in the robotics market, as well as at end consumers, enthusiastic about modern technology, robotics and open-minded for everything new. First Robotics Expo was held in the autumn of 2013, becoming a fundamental part of the development of global robotomania … [Read more...]

3D Printing Politics to Debut in Washington, D.C., on September 17 – Get 10% OFF

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3D Printing Politics will be launching in Washington, D.C. on September 17, 2014 from the creators of Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, and 3Dprinting.com is proud to be offering you an exclusive discount! The event, which will take place at the JW Marriot in Washington D.C., will bring together policy makers, legal professionals, patent creators, regulatory officials, and 3D printing advocates to explore questions about the relationship between creativity, law, and 3D printing. … [Read more...]

Coney Island Features World’s Largest 3D Printed Installation

Next week, New York's Coney Island will feature the largest 3D printed installation ever made. A year ago, 49-year-old Brooklyn-based artist Fred Kahl, who calls himself the Great Fredini, started a successful Kickstarter campaign to scan and 3D print people taking a stroll though Coney Island. He worked a year on his funky-named Coney Island Scan-A-Rama project, with his 1:13 scale replica of Coney Island's famous Luna Park. The Coney Island Museum now exhibits his installation, which will be … [Read more...]

3D Printing Technologies at the 2nd Moscow International Engineering Forum 2014

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The 2nd Moscow International Engineering Forum 2014 organizing under the auspices of the Government of Moscow will take place at IEC “Crocus Expo”, Moscow, on November 25-27. The show focusses on development and modernization of engineering and scientific industrial complexities, including the improvement of the structure of engineering education in the most demanded spheres for functioning industrial enterprises of the Russian Federation. … [Read more...]

We Visited the 3D Printed Canal House

It has been two years since an editor from 3dprinting.com last visited the latest project by DUS Architects: the 3D Print Canal House. In the mean time this Amsterdam-based project gained a lot of attention from international giant media companies, such as Time magazine and The Guardian. In other words, it was high time for us to visit this 3D printing project again. In case you've never heard about this tech project: in Amsterdam a team led by Hedwig Heinsman from DUS Architects is 3D … [Read more...]