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?

Lil People Fctry is the story of Noël van Pol, a Dutchman who turned his passion into a company that produces 3D printed figurines for people. Based in Limburg, Noël van Pol's studio integrates...
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Lightning Cosplay is a German company that designs tailor-made costumes for characters of popular books, games or movies. The whole story started as a passion with Laura and Ralf, before turning into a real business. Over time,...
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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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