Mar 4, 2018 | By Tess

February’s final week saw some exciting new 3D printing releases, including ExOne & SGL’s CARBOPRINT 3D printing service and a new Optomec electronics 3D printer. 3Ders got the chance to interview popular maker Naomi Wu, world records were broken, and one maker got us all feeling sentimental with one of his projects.

Saskatoon's 3D printed camper complete, breaks record for largest indoor 3D print

A 3D printing cafe in Saskatoon, Canada has not only completed the first ever 3D printed camper, but has also captured the title for largest indoor 3D print to date. [Read more]

Optomec Aerosol Jet HD: new electronics 3D printer capable of 20-micron feature sizes 

Optomec, an additive manufacturing company based in New Mexico, has unveiled the Aerosol Jet HD System 3D printer, a configurable production platform that can 3D print a wide range of electronics materials with features as small as 20 microns. It has also partnered with HUSUN Technologies. [Read more]

CARBOPRINT: new carbon 3D printing service from ExOne, SGL Group

ExOne, an industrial 3D printing company based in North Huntingdon, PA, has partnered with SGL Group to make 3D printed carbon and graphite components under the brand name CARBOPRINT. [Read more]

Maker Profile: Naomi 'SexyCyborg' Wu on being a woman in tech, 3D printed wearables, more

Over the last few years, Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu has become one of the most popular makers in the 3D printing community, as well as one of the most outspoken women in the field. Her work, at once creative and playful, strives to break down barriers in the tech field and aims to change the dominant perspectives that exist in the industry. 3Ders got the chance to speak with Naomi Wu about her remarkable position within the maker community. [Read more]

Maker 3D prints his dad's childhood drawings and the results are incredible

A talented maker named [Ronald] has carried out an incredible 3D modeling and 3D printing project. The maker found childhood sketches of a submarine made by his father in the 1970s, turned them into a detailed 3D printed model, and presented the model to his father. [Read more]

 

 

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