Sean Buckley reports at Engadget in MIT's new 3D-printer makes objects that remember their shape.
Hat tip to CaryGEE.
Monday, August 29, 2016
Thursday, January 14, 2016
A 3D-Printing Roving Robot ? Andrew Zaleski reports at Popular Science on inventor Robert Flitsch and his Addibot wheeled robot.
Posted by Andis Kaulins at 1/14/2016 02:43:00 PM
Monday, April 27, 2015
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Pringle of Scotland Weaves 3D Printing into Fashion at London Fashion Week.
Posted by Andis Kaulins at 3/15/2014 02:33:00 PM
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Stanford Law Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom is featured by Clifton B. Parker at Stanford University News in 3-D printing creates product liability issues, Stanford scholar says, referring to her authored essay in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review at 3-D Printing and Product Liability: Identifying the Obstacles, 162 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 35 (2013).
Posted by Andis Kaulins at 2/06/2014 01:51:00 PM
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Cory Doctorow at Boing Boing had the story yesterday at Key 3D printing patent expired yesterday, writing:
"Yesterday marked the expiry of US Patent 5597589, "Apparatus for producing parts by selective sintering." This is one of the core patents in the 3D printing world -- the patent that allows 3D printer companies to charge more for fine nylon powder than Michelin-starred restaurants charge for filet mignon. The high cost of consumables in 3D printing has been a major barrier to innovation in the field -- selective laser sintering produces a fine finish that the patent-free fused deposition modeling technique used in Reprap-style printers can't match -- and now the brakes are coming off. "This is another example of how patents do not foster innovation and progress, but achieve exactly the opposite.
Posted by Andis Kaulins at 1/30/2014 12:43:00 PM