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“ 3D Printing and the Future Now ”, organized by the Design Incubation Centre team.

3D Printing and the Future Now, 1st August. Creatz3D was at the School of Design & Environment, NUS last Thursday for the event “3D Printing and the Future Now”, organized by the Design Incubation Centre team. It was an opportunity created by Design Incubation Centre to gather different people from various domains and expertise for […]

3D Printer in education

Education and Technology   An article on MindShift suggests that the big challenges for better using education technology today are similar to ones that have long existed. There isn’t enough professional development to help educators feel comfortable using new strategies and it often isn’t part of a school’s culture. Resistance to trying new approaches remains […]

Pacific Rim – 3D Printing as seen on the big screen: Hollywood Superheroes, Monsters & Props.

If you have seen blockbuster ‘Pacific Rim’ recently, you would have experienced the impact of 3D printing on movie production. No you did not see a Stratasys Objet Connex on screen, but what you saw was printed costumes and props made using Stratasys 3D Printers (both PolyJet and FDM technologies). But what goes on behind […]

3D Printed ULTEM air duct on Flying Eye Hospital

Article by Leslie Langnau Aerospace company uses 3D printed parts to further construct an airplane turned hospital seeking to heal blindness around the world. Orbis is an airborne ophthalmic training facility called a Flying Eye Hospital. By making it possible to bring ophthalmic training to communities around the world, the company’s goal is to eliminate […]

Can 3D printing change face of Singapore’s public housing?

Article By Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler   As with the term “robot”, which was coined by Czech writer Karel Capek long before its first technical implementation, 3D printing entered our collective imagery by the backdoor of fiction. In the late 1960s, cult television series Star Trek presented us with two chimerical devices: The transporter […]

3D Printing Goes Mainstream With Windows 8.1

  “WOW!”  Microsoft’s recent announcement that the upcoming release of Windows 8.1 was going to include built-in support for 3D printing is great news for everyone, especially to those who follow the industry. This is a solid indication that 3D printing is becoming mainstream and a big catalyst for its continued adoption. As Microsoft states […]

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