3D Printed Hands to Hold Your Prints & Posters in home furnishings art…

3D Printed Hands to Hold Your Prints & Posters

hack by alicia - great for office Printed Hands to Hold Your Prints & Posters in home furnishings art Category Printmaker's Desk

Intricate Wire Sculptures Playfully Form Dramatic Shadows - My Modern Met

Intricate Wire Sculptures Playfully Form Dramatic Shadows

German artist Moto Waganari crafts intricate human sculptures using filigree wires, but there are hidden surprises in his works of wired art. The artist uses light to tease out the ‘alter egos’ of his sculptures, which splay out on the wall as dramatic, t

Studio van Broekhoven’s ceramics look like woven baskets, but really they’re 3D…

Custom 3D Printer Turns Songs into Ceramics

Spatial sound designer Ricky van Broekhoven and designer Olivier van Herpt, working in the Studio van Broekhoven Soundshapelab, have developed a project called “Solid Vibration” that uses a ceramics printer and sound to manipulate the textures of clay.

van Herpt’s Incredible Ceramic 3D Printer

van Herpt’s Incredible Ceramic 3D Printer

Olivier van Herpt in his Eindhoven studio printen keramiek Groot formaat.

Un filament pour imprimer des objets en métal pur !

Remember the promising Filamet metal filament by The Virtual Foundry? Founder Bradley Wood has just revealed a whole new interesting technique that could turn Filamet objects into metal structures.

These inspiring tables are designed with a well-balanced mixture of wood, steel, and 3D printing technology.  The tables are fashioned to draw a smile on the face of nostalgic adults, children, and children trapped in adult bodies.  Art creation never ends, just like technology never ceases to develop. Now with the help of 3D printing technology furniture designers have the freedom to create marvelous works of art.

team reported about a series of amazingly printed “stalaclights” before. Stalaclights are beautiful printed light fittings that look like hanging buildings.

Want to know how Artec scanners cope with the hard to scan black surfaces?  Take a look how members of Second Chance Games & Visual Effects scanned an actor in a very sophisticated robe for an episode of Sleepy Hollow.   After scanning the robe the team had to remove it and do more scanning of his body just in case the robe moved and the chest area would be exposed.  See how they did it!

Want to know how Artec scanners cope with hard to scan black surfaces?

The RAPDASA Conference 2016 showed many 3D printing techniques and applications.  One of the favorites at the 2016 Conference was a metal printed guitar created by Olaf Diegel.  Olaf is the owner of ODD Guitars, he has explored SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and pushed the limits to create these marvelous designs.

One of the favorites at RAPDASA 2016 was a metal printed guitar.


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