Tag "3d printing"

Legacy effects once again wow everyone with their ability to bring a virtual design into the real world, using a combination of traditional sculpting, 3D printing and design flair they manage to produce that’s both practical on set yet looks

We wouldn’t go so far as to call this a 3d printer its basically just a free hand plastic extruder, but its still pretty cool and I’m sure in the hands of a good artist some interesting works will start

This is amazing! The guys at DBLG and Blue Zoo have joined forces produce this looping bear animation. By the looks of it they have printed out a full 48 frames of animation using a Maker bot then then captured

ZBrush in 3D Printing

Check out some of the impact Zbrush is having in the pipelines of artists and designers across a broad spectrum of disciplines.

Using a 3D printed camera mount Jonas Ginter had managed to seamlessly integrate 6 Go Pros to create some really interesting little world videos. 3D Heros are selling some very interesting looking 360 mounts, including a stereo 360 degree setup,

BigRep One is a large scale 3D printer unveiled at the NYC 3D print show. Created by Lukas Oehmigen. It’s ability to print objects 1 x 1 x 1.3m will mean that when it’s launched it will be the only

Legacy Effects show off their additive manufacturing processes and describe how 3d printing has been successfully incorporated into their work flow. Legacy on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aszio2 Legacy website: http://www.legacyefx.com/ Legacy blog: http://legacyeffectsblog.com/

ASDA 3D Printing

It looks like ASDA are jumping on the 3D scanning / Printing Band wagon. Prices start at £40 for a 3d print of yourself. Its very hard to imagine this as profitable business, scanning using an Artec is a fairly

[youtube id=”9acRH-4f8iQ” width=”600″ height=”350″] After Acquiring Mesh Mixer in 2011 Auto Desk have finally released their version of the software with a much cleaner interface and a host of new mesh editing and 3D printing tools. http://www.123dapp.com/sandbox Source :: CG

A breakthrough in low cost high resolution 3D printing is about to his the market place in the shape of the Form1. Unlike extrusion based machines such it uses a stereolithographic method where by a liquid is hardened by a