Archivo de la etiqueta: 3D printing

Chinese Company Constructs the World’s Tallest 3D Printed Building

Once again, Chinese company WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co has expanded the capabilities of 3D printing. After constructing ten houses in under twenty-four hours last year, now they are back with both the world’s tallest 3D printed building – a five-story apartment block… Sigue leyendo

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Microsoft Reveals Holographic Features for Windows 10

At their Windows 10 Event today in Richmond, Washington, Microsoft unveiled features for its forthcoming operating system that it feels could revolutionize computing, particularly for people who want to design, make or fix something in the real world: holographics…. The company revealed Sigue leyendo

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Skanska and Foster + Partners Collaborate on World’s First 3D Concrete Printing Robot

Global construction company Skanska is teaming up with Foster + Partners and the engineers at Loughborough University (LU) to create the world’s first commercial 3D concrete printing robot. The company has signed an agreement with LU, who has been working on… Sigue leyendo

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Defining Place: Alternative Urban Futures from The Neighbourhood

3D printing technology is quickly emerging as a technology that could be applied at the scale of the built environment. But could we use 3D printed materials to create engaging urban spaces that are constantly changing? Creative communications agency, The Neighbourhood,… Sigue leyendo

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Emerging Objects Invents Earthquake-Proof 3D Printed Column

A team of California-based designers have invented an earthquake-proof column built of 3D printed sand, assembled without bricks and mortar to withstand the harshest seismic activity. The ‘Quake Column‘ is comprised of a pre-determined formation of stackable hollow bricks which combine to… Sigue leyendo

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Develops 3D Printing Process at the Mircoscale

3D printing technology continues to advance, developing new applications which are particularly promising for the world of architecture. Now, researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have demonstrated a new manufacturing process that can create 3D printed metal components with… Sigue leyendo

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Autodesk Announces $100 Million Investment in 3D Printing

Autodesk has announced a new program which aims to invest up to $100 million in 3D printing companies over the next several years. The Spark Investment Fund will invest in innovative entrepreneurs, startups and researchers in the 3D printing field who ”push the boundaries of 3D printing technology… Sigue leyendo

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5-Axis Milling: The Next Level In Accessible, Versatile Digital Fabrication

The 5AXISMAKER… is a desktop 5-axis multi-fabrication CNC machine that hopes to expand the possibilities of digital fabrication by making it cheap and more versatile. Should the project receive backing on Kickstarter before the 27th October 2014, the possibility of 5-axis Sigue leyendo

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