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As 3D printing becomes more popular for children, engineers, and creative adults, it raises two important questions: what can we do with the waste it produces, and how can we access more filament to create products using 3D printers?
The week I meet with Chris Labelle is a very big week. It’s amazing he’s able to focus on me at all, in fact.
Some of the most inventive minds at the University of Toronto are stepping into the limelight.
(Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, May 12, 2016) – Structur3D Printing is proud to announce its new partnership and reseller agreement with Ultimaker. The Discov3ry, Structur3D’s flagship product, is an add-on device that allows 3D printers to print with soft materials like silicone, biomaterials, electronic inks and food. Structur3D has been using a selection of Ultimaker printers for many of its exhibits, because it has found the overall quality and durability to be superb.
Ray Kurzweil envisions a future that on the surface doesn’t look pretty.