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Judith Amores’ video showcases her final project where she took inspiration from chemical reactions.
The tools we choose influence our design process. Digital modeling has been around, of course, but it’s been confined to the screen—to high-quality renders and print-outs. Now that so many are adding 3D printing to their…
Congratulations to Henry Innes, of Cambridge, UK, who won our random drawing for a Form 1+ 3D Printer!
Scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) have constructed a 3D model of icy comet “67p” using photographs taken in space by robot “Philae” – and 80 of them will be printed the Form 1 3D printer for the landing of “Philae” on the icy comet after a 10-year journey and 3.7 billion miles (6 billion km) in orbit.
We're thrilled to announce our collaboration with the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London, Bench-top Factory. For this project, industrial design students at the RCA will be using the Form 1+ 3D printer as part of a micro-factory, exploring scenarios with desktop 3D printing as part of a small-scale manufacturing system.
Last week, we collaborated with ZHA | Code on a parametric design workshop at ACADIA 2014, an annual conference focused on the future of architecture and computer-aided design.
From the very first days of Kickstarter, we’ve been asked time-and-time again — do you have Castable Resin? Today, we’re thrilled to say that we do.
We were blown away when we first saw the incredibly life-like insects by Austrian artist and model-maker Klaus Leitl posted on our forums. His insect models — printed on the Form 1+ SLA 3D Printer — are scaled some 30 times, with some measuring up to 53 inches (135cm) long, and comprised of up to 22 printed parts.