A Revolving 3D Printed Ferris Wheel (Video)

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It never ceases to amaze people that you can actually grow things like this Ferris Wheel, from nothing, with all the moving parts already assembled together - and simply take it out of the 3D printer, give it a wash and start using it! This little baby was created on the Objet Connex500 multi-mat[Read more...]

A Close Up Look at the Objet1000 – Euromold 2012

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This clip was taken just a few hours ago at Objet's booth at Euromold 2012. Read more about the Objet1000 here. Enjoy!   … [Read more...]

Jeremy Paxman Learns about Objet 3D Printing on BBC’s Newsnight

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In this extensive video clip taken from the BBC's recent Newsnight program, presenter Jeremy Paxman, usually known for his skeptical facial expressions and hard nosed straight talk finally meets his match - only this time its from an Objet260 Connex multi-material 3D Printer. Jeremy Paxman Le … [Read more...]

The Jet Car from Buckaroo Banzai – 3D Printed!

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I think I must have just missed this growing up. But judging by the trailer, it looks like a cult hit. Our famous Octopod artist, Sean Charlesworth (who's undergrad was in Film and TV by small chance!) has now used his Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer to re-create the iconic Jet Car from the f … [Read more...]

Microsoft Surface New Design Benefits from 3D Printing

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There's a nice article over on the Verge today by David Pierce that takes an inside look at how Microsoft's new tablet PC - the Surface, was created. What strikes me as unusual is the openness in which companies like Microsoft are now talking about 3D printing. In the past 3D printing was considered … [Read more...]

3D Printing Some Unique iPhone Covers! (Video)

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Not only was today's video blog post filmed on my smart phone - it also features some unique smart phone cases, designed by Danny Tasmakis and all 3D printed on the Objet Connex system! Check out the tiny inter-locking gear wheels - a testament to the magic of 3D printing and the fine detail accurac … [Read more...]

Turning Computer Animated Characters into Reality using 3D Printing

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As we spoke about in this previous blog post, there remain a number of technological gaps between what we know as 3D content and 3D printing. Computer animation is one such area. The video above shows how articulated deformable characters from computer animation can be transformed into real 3D print … [Read more...]

3D Printed Robotic Fan – using Objet ABS-like Digital Material!

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The Need for Intelligent Personalized Comfort Control By Andrew Payne. Modern architects and engineers face the challenge of creating indoor environments that fulfill the dual goals of user satisfaction and energy performance. Creating an appropriate climate is essential to personal comfort, p … [Read more...]

18 Prototypes of the Human Body – A Look at Neri Oxman’s Incredible 3D Printed Works

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This past May, I was fortunate enough to see up close Architect and MIT Professor Neri Oxman's exhibit entitled 'Imaginary Beings, Mythologies of the Not Yet' at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.  Her exhibit, which features 18 prototypes of the human body, were all created on the Objet Connex multi-mat[Read more...]

A Nice Overview of Objet’s 3D Printing Capabilities in 2012

Here at Objet HQ we put together this nice little video to run at one of our exhibition booths. I also thought it might interest some of our readers as it nicely demonstrates both the breadth and depth of Objet's 3D printing capabilities, as we stand so far in 2012. The video includes (in no part … [Read more...]