The Chinese Hitching Post Is Reborn Thanks to the EinScan-Pro+

Background: As the wisdom of ancient Chinese culture and art, the usage of hitching post has been transformed from practical to decorative. Hitching posts were initially installed in each station as well as farmers’ houses for people to rest and tie horses. Later, hitching posts gradually became decorations on both sides of the doors for […]

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Tethon 3D Participates in Ceramic Fine Art Exhibition

Art Exhibit Focuses on Ceramic 3D Printing at Northern Clay Center (OMAHA, NEBRASKA) SEPTEMBER 20, 2016-Though centuries old, the medium of ceramic arts is experiencing an evolution. Now, artists working in clay may use computer software, 3D printing and CNC milling to create fine art objects. An exhibit of ceramics incorporating these technologies will be […]

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Afinia 3D Releases Vol IV in eBook Series, Featuring 3D Printer-Equipped Artists

Afinia has made their latest eBook available via their recent blog post. “Afinia 3D Printer-Equipped Artists: Stories of Success” is the fourth volume in their series of eBooks. It includes interviews and stories from artists using Afinia printers in various ways. Each eBook in the series contains 5-10 different stories of “Afiniacs” who have successfully implemented 3D […]

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Stratasys Uses 3D Printing to Bring Ancient World’s Wonder Back to Life for the Olympics

Stratasys, the 3D is teaming with Atlanta’s Millennium Gate Museum to resurrect one of the rarest pieces of art in Ancient Greece through 3D printing. Working alongside the 3DCenter at Kennesaw State University and backed by a Stratasys Fortus 900mc Production 3D Printer, the team is unveiling a near-exact 3D printed replica of one of the […]

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Choc Edge Introduces Wi-Fi Connectivity and Choc Draw

At Choc Edge we’re always looking to improve the experience of our customers, whether that’s through upgrading the machine itself or the software that comes with it. This April we’re pleased to announced exciting new developments in both areas – Wi-Fi connectivity to control the printer without the need for a cable, and a mobile […]

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3D Printable Ceramics Material by Tethon3D Used by Nervous Systems to 3D Print a Cup on a Form2

Whenever someone asks about the state of low cost ceramics 3D printing the one company that comes inevitably to mind is Tethon3D, which has spent the past several years experimenting with its own 3D printable ceramics material, developed for legacy Zcorp binder jetting 3D printers (and usable on current 3D System’s Projet x60 series as […]

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Controversial Japanese Artist Rokudenashiko Shows-and-Tells at Discussion Hosted by the Lady Tech Guild

Last week, a very enthralling discussion was being held at the Eyebeam Center for Art & Technology, which is located in the neighborhood of Sunset Park in Brooklyn, NY. Running alongside the two week exhibition called To Scale, which is showcasing 10 art projects centered around the concept of scaling, was a discussion hosted by […]

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Kyttanen Shows Off Metsidian Collection at Collective Design in New York

After the guest presence at our own Methesis Metal 3D Printed Tableware Exhibit in Milan, Gallery ALL will unveil two new Metsidian forms by Janne Kyttanen at Collective Design in New York. The Metsidian Shelf and Metsidian Side Table are dynamic works that represent a moment in time – an eruption that melds two divergent materials […]

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The 20 Most Influential Women in 3D Printing

The 3D printing industry is a male-dominated industry, but it’s gradually changing. These are the 25 most influential women in 3D printing. The 3D printing industry is historically a very male-dominated industry, and you’d struggle to find many women in leading positions. But this situation is gradually changing for the better, and as the 3D printing […]

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GCode.Clay Project by Emerging Objects Creates Clay Vessels and Smart Cladding with Gcode

The Emerging Objects studio by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello is possibly the most experience studio in the world in terms of experimenting with materials (and processes) for 3D printing. Initially they mostly worked with powders but recently they have also been experimenting with extrusion. In their latest  GCODE.Clay project, they use ceramics and they actually let […]

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