As the “Black Panther” premiere drew near, PepsiCo put the finishing touches on a special promotional kit and sent it out to hundreds of online influencers and others involved with the creation of the movie. Developed by PepsiCo and Marvel Studios, … [Read more...] about Replica Black Panther mask shows how 3D printing will alter packaging design
Tony Holtz, applications engineer, Proto Labs Inc. The range of choices available for a prototype or production process can be overwhelming. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when selecting a material for either stereolithography (SL) or … [Read more...] about What’s the right material for SL or injection molding applications?
3D printing can be used for all types of products, but there are nuances that will help you obtain the best part. One of those nuances is part positioning. Here, Randle Wood gives an example of what works and what doesn't in 3D printing part … [Read more...] about 3D printing part positioning with ABS material
Carbon announced its innovative partnership with Vitamix, a global leader in high-performance blending equipment for home and commercial use. Together with The Technology House (TTH), a Carbon Production Partner and leading contract manufacturer … [Read more...] about 3D printing helps Vitamix rethink what is possible to design
The use of 3D printing in prototyping parts and printed circuit boards with electronics is growing. Nano Dimension, the manufacturer of the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printers that incorporate electronics into 3D printing, is now offering a 3D-printed … [Read more...] about Nano Dimension introduces on-demand 3Dprinted electronics service
GlassesUSA.com, a leading online eyewear retailer, plans to disrupt the traditional eyeglass frame market by launching 3D printable glasses. The company offers frame files, which were designed by renowned digital sculptor, Janne Kyttanen, that it … [Read more...] about 3D Printed Glasses: Can you print your own frames?
One of the key benefits of 3D printing is the ability to create innovative designs. For KALLISTA, a leading designer and provider of luxury kitchen and bath products, this capability enabled the to create the Grid sink faucet, a design with unique … [Read more...] about How to design for innovation, not just for manufacturing, with 3D printing
The goal--make parts fast. The challenge, make prototype parts fast with custom materials. This was the goal of engineers at HP Inc.’s New Product Innovation Team based in Corvallis, Oregon. HP Inc. controls the largest share (approximately 36%) … [Read more...] about How HP Inc. slashes design cycle time
Polyurethane foam chemistry is used in many applications across industry verticals such as automotive, packaging, construction, electronics, bedding, and furniture. But innovations in foam’s comfort, performance, and safety have been evolutionary at … [Read more...] about Why 3D printed lattices could replace foam
EOS, a leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing, and Under Armour (NYSE:UA, UAA)—one of the largest sports brands and a market leader in bringing commercial 3D printed shoes to consumers—announced their strategic new … [Read more...] about Two industry leaders team up to change 3D printed shoes with performance footwear