Just a quick post today to showcase a video I put together at the 3D Print Show London last year. It was the inaugural event and featured a range of exhibitors from commercial desktop 3D printer systems (Formlab, Makerbot, Cube etc) to large engineering and academic research projects (Europac, University of Nottingham).
Some of the highlights included:
- National Geographic scanning archaeological and historical artefacts so school kids could print them out and handle them in the classroom.
- 3D scale prints of a human foetus, created by Brazilian researcher Jorge Lopes from ultrasound scans.
- A range of companies that allow users to create and upload their own designs, including French company Sculpteo which allows users to customise iPhone cases with scans of their own face or Google Maps terrains.
- Gaming enthusiasts Printcraft, who created software that enables players to print out 3D replicas of objects they build using the popular Minecraft…
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