3D PRINTING NEWS SLICED LOCKHEED MARTIN, AURORA LABS, MYMINIFACTORY, ROBO 3D, BMW

3dprintingindustry.com | 6/18/2018 | Beau Jackson
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How can architecture inspire 3D printed fashion pieces? When will we be able to 3D print buildings? Are self-correcting 3D printers right around the corner?

This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features Aurora Labs,GE, MyMiniFactory, Smet Construction Services, Inc., Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3D, Autodesk, Faro and more.

Zaha - Hadid - Architects - Studio - Hat

Zaha Hadid Architects, a London-based architectural studio, has designed and 3D printed a hat after the famous High Line building in New York. Dubbed as the 3D printed H-Line hat, designers used an asymmetrical V-shaped pattern which raises up above the wearer’s face then falls into the back to mimic the different levels of the skyscraper.

The 3D printed H-Line hat. Photo via Zaha Hadid Architects.

MyMiniFactory - Media - Conglomerate - Turner - Designs

MyMiniFactory has partnered with American media conglomerate Turner to exclusively release 3D printable designs of characters from Cartoon Network’s hit television series Adventure Time. The designs include Lumpy Space Princess, Jake the Dog and Marceline the Vampire Queen.

The third edition of the 3D Pioneers Challenge (3DPC), an international design competition held at Germany’s Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3D ends successfully after organizers and sponsors commend high standard of submissions.

STRONGEST - PIONEERS - CHALLENGE - SINCE - THEIR

“THAT WAS THE STRONGEST 3D PIONEERS CHALLENGE SINCE THEIR LAUNCH,” SAID 3DPC ORGANIZERS SIMONE AND CHRISTOPH VÖLCKER.

“So many world-class projects – from architecture, design, and fashion to materials, sustainability and software. We are clearly feeling the opportunities that additive manufacturing processes will offer us in the future and what big steps development will take year after year.”

Experts - BMW - Group - Additive - Manufacturing

Experts from the multinational automotive BMW Group Additive Manufacturing Center and BMW Motorrad have created individualized radiator covers using additive manufacturing for the motorcycles participating in the BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy Central Asia 2018.

Using a generative design algorithm, the rider’s names and start numbers were placed unto the existing CAD data of the radiator covers, then printed using the SLM process.

Participants - BMW - Motorrad - International

Participants of the BMW Motorrad International...
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