3D printing

“As industry stalwarts Ford and Holden start to wind down local operations, there is an air of uncertainty around Australian manufacturing at the moment. But a new state-of-the-art facility in outer Melbourne is looking help shape its future, and is counting on a stockpile of cutting-edge 3D printers to lead the way.”

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“United Nude unveils its ‘Float’ footwear at its flagship store in New York City”

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“Amazon has just opened a new 3D Printing Store, which allows customers to customize and then purchase “more than 200 unique print-on-demand products.”

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“Shapify.me from the Artec Group aims to let you create a full ‘mini me’ eight-inch tall full body statue of yourself to 3D print via the service or on your own 3D printer. The scanning booth will allow thousands of customers to create a 3D miniature replica, or ‘shapie’ of themselves.”

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“As 3D printing is poised to become one of the emerging business technologies that every office will have by 2020, the retail industry is gaining particular advantage from innovations in the space.”

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“Talk that 3D printing will spark a revolution in manufacturing is common these days. Soon that could very well be the case, but for now most 3D printers still require a grasp on some technical ins and outs that make them a hard sell to the average consumer. The DreamVendor is not a new type of 3D printer. It’s a new way to use them, and it’s pretty clever at that.”

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“Technology redefines material as information, as data,” Bitonti says. With 3D printers in homes, “consumers are becoming producers.”

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NYC has some great news for its daily commuters! Now that the weather has gotten better, or at least bearable, New Yorkers can now go back to riding Citi Bikes to work, school or just for fun.

Shapeways and Tomorrow Lab have partnered to offer NYC’s frequent riders a fashionable approach to Citi Bike’s key fobs – in the form of a 3D printed gold key necklace. Otherwise known as 24 Share-it Gold.


Tomorrow Lab’s idea originated as an attempt to fix Citi Bike’s current key fob version that tends to crack and break time after time. The company decided to place Citi Bike key’s enabling technology – the RFID antenna – inside a trendy gold necklace in order to avoid breakage of any sort. Even though 24 Share-it Gold is still in its prototype phase, it’s one of the most useful (not to mention stylish) developments in this wearable tech wave we’ve been experiencing for the past couple of weeks.

We can’t wait until these keys are available to the public!

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