Tag: "3D printing"

The emerge of 4D printing

3D printing has grown in sophistication since the late 1970s; TED Fellow Skylar Tibbits is shaping the next development, which he calls 4D printing, where the fourth dimension is time.

Rapid Liquid Printing

In collaboration with Skylar Tibbits’ Self Assembly Lab at MIT, Steelcase has unveiled a new method of 3D printing called “rapid liquid printing”.

Peugeot Fractal showcases unprecedented attention to acoustics

Peugeot Fractal is an electric urban coupé revealing a prospective design of the Peugeot i-Cockpit® that explores another of the senses: following on from visual; embodied by the headup display, and touch; with the compact steering wheel and touchscreen. The result is a level of auditory perception that further enriches the driving experience.

Cilllia – 3D Printed Micro-Pillar Structures for Surface Texture, Actuation and Sensing

This work presents a computational method of 3D printing hair structures. It allows us to design and generate hair geometry at 50 micrometer resolution and assign various functionalities to the hair. The ability to fabricate customized hair structures enables us to create super fine surface texture; mechanical adhesion property; new passive actuators and touch sensors on a 3D printed artifact.

Carbon3D. CLIP Technology

3D printing has struggled to deliver on its promise to transform manufacturing. Prints take forever, parts are mechanically weak, and material choices are far too limited. That’s because current 3D printing technology is really just 2D printing, over and over again.

3D printing technology applied to classic stop-motion

Quick and affordable 3D printing technology applied to classic stop-motion opens Dutch science program Het Klokhuis (The Apple Core) which is Holland’s oldest youth television show, covering everything from the history of dinosaurs to how an iPhone is made.

Haptic intelligentsia bringing craftsmanship into a computerised technology by Studio Homunculus

Haptic intelligentsia is a human 3D printing machine that allows the user to tactually perceive the virtual object and to directly transform it into the physical. The Method Case was with its designer,Joong Han Lee, at the Dutch Design Week and we could test the amazing feeling while moving and producing shapes with it. The user can freely move the extruding gun, which is attached to a haptic interface.

World’s first chocolate printer

Last year, a clutch of researchers at Britain’s University of Exeter developed the first 3D–ever chocolate printer—and the world rejoiced.


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