Adoption of 3D Printing Art & 3D Printing

Art & 3D Printing

3D printing is one of the few technologies that can reproduce both the complex forms and the hidden parts of a work of art.  How does 3D printing facilitate the understanding of art works?

With the goal of combining its passion for 3D Printing and Footwear, an Australian-based company named Retraction Footwear develops customizable 3D Printed thongs. First, with its sunny climate, it should be noted that Australia...
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Not really glamorous but seems comfortable: BASF developed a virtual concept shoe with its 3D printing materials and Additive manufacturing technologies. Designed for occupational and dress shoes, the materials specialist leverages Infinergy®, an expanded thermoplastic polyurethane (E-TPU) for the...
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The Smithsonian Institution leverages Mimaki’s 3DUJ-553 printer to produce models for public programs and research purposes. With 19 museums and the National Zoo—, the Smithsonian Institution is described as a museum, education, and research complex, that aims to spread knowledge...
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It’s been a while that we haven’t heard of HP in the footwear industry. The company is part of a tripartite collaboration whose goal is to produce custom 3D printed insoles for end-users. In this collaboration, we will find Superfeet,...
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With a focus on designing “functional and urban clothing with sporty aesthetics”, Spanish fashion brand ZER Collection introduced its first collection during the recent Mercedes Benz Madrid Fashion Week. The collection includes 12 outfits whose most parts are 3D printed and for...
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  Named Agile Embrace, Fluid Symmetry and Compact Suspension, the new fragrance collection already marks by its attractive and atypical 3D printed bottles. Although it may happen, it is not every day that an automotive specialist launches a new product in...
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