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In collabration with Melotte, famous Belgian designer and optician Patrick Hoet and his team has developed the first 3D printed eyewear in titanium.

In collabration with Melotte, famous Belgian designer and optician Patrick Hoet and his team has developed the first 3D printed eyewear in titanium.

A model of a 2-spool high bypass turbofan. I designed the whole engine from scratch with visual cues to certain existing engines.  For example, I think Rolls-Royce makes the best-looking fans, so there's some resemblance there... By the way, this model was featured on SolidSmack. Several parts benefit from the use of custom supports. I included these supports in the parts as needed, and they are much better than any slicer's default grid-like support structures. However, certain parts...

A model of a 2-spool high bypass turbofan. I designed the whole engine from scratch with visual cues to certain existing engines. For example, I think Rolls-Royce makes the best-looking fans, so there's some resemblance there... By the way, this model was featured on SolidSmack. Several parts benefit from the use of custom supports. I included these supports in the parts as needed, and they are much better than any slicer's default grid-like support structures. However, certain parts...

World's largest 3D-printed object for airplane wings

World's largest 3D-printed object for airplane wings

CGarchitect - Professional 3D Architectural Visualization User Community | Steelblue Unveils Largest 3D Printed Interactive City Model of San Francisco

CGarchitect - Professional 3D Architectural Visualization User Community | Steelblue Unveils Largest 3D Printed Interactive City Model of San Francisco

'4D Printing' Makes Shape-Shifting Structures ---- If you've been blown away by 3D printing you have to take a look at this.

'4D Printing' Makes Shape-Shifting Structures ---- If you've been blown away by 3D printing you have to take a look at this.

The European Space Agency has launched a new initiative 3D printing CubeSat bodies in hard, electrically conductive plastic. With the first test run underway, ESA aims to get these 3D printed miniature satellites ready for future use, complete with internal electrical lines. Instruments, circuit boards, and solar panels would simply need to be slotted in.

The European Space Agency has launched a new initiative 3D printing CubeSat bodies in hard, electrically conductive plastic. With the first test run underway, ESA aims to get these 3D printed miniature satellites ready for future use, complete with internal electrical lines. Instruments, circuit boards, and solar panels would simply need to be slotted in.

Seoul saves time and money by printing jet engine components.

Seoul saves time and money by printing jet engine components.