@hen3drik shows you how to create this Star Wars Mandalorian helmet
2022 has been a good year for automotive 3D printing. Let’s take a look at the highlights.
Do you fancy printing yourself some wireless sensor devices for use in your IoT or robotics applications?
If the answer is “yes”, or even “maybe”, then we have good news for you, because some researchers at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, have just published a paper taking a look at the various methods for doing so.
Shout out to @SevenScales for this STL for Avatar give-away. A 3D model of the C-21 gunship from James Cameron’s Avatar.
With one robot printing with a paste-based direct ink writing (DIW) method, and the other using FDM, the robotic arms work side by side to fabricate electronics in three dimensions.
Shoutout to Xavier Dumont for creating this awesome puzzle guitar. It took about 60 hours to print and another 10 to 15 hours of manual labor.
The 3D Printed Fashion of Sophy Wong November 5, 2022 Designer Sophy Wong shows Adam Savage how she experiments with 3D printed garments to create accessories and clothing with unique topography and embedded electronics. Source: https://3dprinting.com/?s=The+3D+Printed+Fashion+of+Sophy+Wong