We are excited to announce that we’ve partnered up with Autodesk to provide added ease through the availability of direct 3D printing.
The beloved 7×7 mile city of San Francisco has been shrunk to a 3D-printed model by CAD company Autodesk using a digital model provided by design company Steelblue. The 3D printed cityscape shows San Francisco three years from now, providing city planners with a bird’s eye view of future developments and projects currently under construction.
This weekend marks the fourth annual San Francisco Green Film Festival, and for the second year in a row, we are 3D printing their awards! The film showcase starts tomorrow, Thursday, May 29, until Wednesday, June 4th at the Roxie Theater in the Mission District of San Francisco.
Here are last year’s awards, printed on our previous Series 1 model.
As you may know, we’ll be at the 9th Annual Bay Area Maker Faire this weekend! Held Saturday and Sunday, May 17th and 18th, in San Mateo, the Maker Faire is an extravagant expo in celebration of the maker movement.
To close the two-day faire, we are holding a mixer with 3D Hubs and HoneyPoint3D at TechShop Menlo Park, located within a 10 minute drive of the San Mateo Event Center.
In the latest of Type A news, our Assembly Line is shaping up to get 2014 Series 1 3D printers out the door!
Grace Choi has taken 3D printing the next level with her invention of Mink, a small, household 3D printer that can produce makeup with the use of a hex color code and the click of a button.
A few months back an ultrasound system was introduced to help bone fractures heal faster. Now 3D printing technologies are being implemented into this technology in the form of a 3D-printed cast, projected to help speed up the healing time and process.