Tim Geurtjens, CTO at Joris Laarman Lab and Co-founder of MX3D, presents at the 3D Design & Engineering Conference: “Printing Outside the Box”.
Matthijs Langelaar, Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, presents at the 3D Design & Engineering Conference: “Developments in Topology Optimization for Additive Manufacturing”.
Engineers trying to keep track of the ever-ballooning number of materials and machines for AM and 3D printing now have some relief. The free, searchable Senvol Database has data on more than 350 machines and 450 different materials, and has been called the first and only one of its kind for industrial 3DP and AM.
Miguel Angel Villar Alarcon, one of the managers at Spanish 3D Systems’ distributor Impresoras 3D introduced me to a side project he has been working at: an online tool to unite all major 3D printable model databases under one roof.
For quite some time, many of us have desired our own cars to be smart, with the intelligence of the computer system being as important to some drivers as the style of the car. The recent creation of the self-driving buggy shows how far we will go to let vehicles do all the work, so it is no… [read more]
The 3DPL is a license for 3D Printed things that has been specially made so that people can create, improve and share their inventions with the world.
Ernst-Jan Louwers, Attorney-at-law/entrepreneur at Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten, presents at the 3D Design & Engineering Conference: “Intellectual Asset Management and 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing”.
TraceParts, one of the world’s leading providers of 3D digital content for engineering, now offers over 100 million 3D CAD models in its online library: TracePartsOnline.net.
General Electric (GE) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) recently received $540,000 to develop open-source algorithms that will improve additive manufacturing of metal parts.
Sylvain Huet, Engineer and Finder of 3D Slash, presents during the 3D Content Conference: “3D Slash: a piece of cake”.