3D Modeling

  • Cults, over 5 million believers in the future of 3D printing. Interview with Pierre Ayroles, co-founder of largest independent 3D model marketplace.

    Cults is a 3D model marketplace that connects designers to people wanting to make real-world objects through 3D printing. As not everyone has an artistic soul, or the ability to use CAO 3D software, Cults highlights the work of designers who wish to make 3D printing accessible to all. In…

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  • According to a story first published by TheDrive, “all models referencing the word Honda posted prior to March 30, 2022, were seemingly removed from Printables without warning. These included speaker brackets, key housings, hood latches, shifter bushings, washer fluid caps, roof latch handles, and my trunk lid handle—a part not…

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  • Whale bones replicated using 3D printing and used in museum exhibits. Printed in the large-format Stratasys F900 3D printer.

    Using an Artec Eva 3D scanner and the large-format Stratasys F900 3D printer, the team at Camosun Innovates is creating replica whale bones to fill in missing pieces of massive displays in museums across the world. Camosun Innovates is on the campus of Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It is home…

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  • The Fusion 360 March 2022 update, which Autodesk released yesterday, is one of the biggest of the year. It is intended as a sort of “spring-cleaning update”, spanning from Cloud Credits becoming Flex Tokens, to new Drawings functionality, to a change in the Manufacture Workspace & Machining Extension, as well…

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  • Carbon Design Engine

    3D printing company Carbon has previewed a new version of its Carbon Design Engine software, to be released early 2022. The new version, available in Standard, Pro and Enterprise editions, will be available to everyone — not just Carbon printer users. This means customers will be able to create multi-zone…

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  • The 3MF Consortium, the organization dedicated to advancing the universal 3MF specification for 3D printing, introduced a new Volumetric Design extension, which addresses the design of an object’s form and enables designers to add new types of elements to their designs. Manufacturers can also benefit by prototyping faster and saving…

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  • Sketchfab has been acquired by Epic Games, one of the largest and most important videogame developers in the world (and creators of Unreal Engine, the most widely used 3D graphics engine). As a videogame journalist industry for many years before additive manufacturing, I had been waiting for this moment to…

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  • Twikit unveiled its latest cloud suite product, Laddy. The software solution was developed to enable more brands to capture the value of mass customization even further through lattice individualization. Twikit’s vision for Laddy is to use the power of AI to transform unique user input into individualized lattices with guaranteed…

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  • Cadenas, a global provider of digital 3D CAD and BIM product catalogs, is expanding their server infrastructure for the provision of its IT services. The new server in Canada further improves the user experience on customer websites and download portals, this also optimized latency and expanded bandwidth. These effects are…

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  • SnapEDA and DipTrace partner to deliver DipTrace's content on the SnapEDA search engine.

    SnapEDA, creators of the first search engine for electronics design, and DipTrace, an easy-to-use PCB design software, are collaborating to support DipTrace on the SnapEDA website. This collaboration integrates SnapEDA’s computer-aided design (CAD) database directly into DipTrace’s latest PCB design software. With billions of electronic components to choose from, engineers are…

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