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Amazing 3D Printed Minecraft World Showcased at Cambridge Science Festival

Have you ever made an amazing Minecraft world and wondered what it would look like in real life?  This week at the Cambridge Science Festival… 161 more words

A manufacturing future that hums (rattles, hisses) along

Fortune visits Shapeways’ New York factory to check in on the three-dimensional printing revolution.

FORTUNE – Every day, the young, bearded, and tattooed team at the Shapeways factory in Long Island City, Queens gather to eat together, as if they lived in a 19th century company town. 1,375 more words


The Future of Fashion Is Code, Not Couture

Burlesque icon Dita von Teese wearing a 3D-printed  designed by Francis Bitonti in collaboration with Shapeways and costume designer Michael Schmidt


It’s hard to believe that this dress was built using a 3D printer. 266 more words


Kal Barteski - Artist

Kal Barteski is an artist and brush script painter. Sometimes called an illustrator and a poet, she’s a creative rogue. She cares deeply about intellectual property online. 537 more words

3D printers as mini factories

3D printers as mini factories

This post is part of a series on Gilles Deleuze’s essay Postscript on the Societies of ControlWritten in 1990, it’s a very short, though-provoking bit of writing that is well worth a quick read. 411 more words

Gilles Deleuze

Amazon Opens 3D Printing Storefront

Wait – what? Amazon now does 3D printing? It’s not much to speak of yet but their pilot 3D printing storefront could be huge. So far, the storefront has less than 50 products; mostly jewelry and smartphone cases. 103 more words

3D Printing

Lens caps that screw on

Most lenses already have a standard, secure method for attaching accessories to the distal end. So why do we still put up with the infamy of squeeze-style caps that are so easily lost? 102 more words

3D Printing