Creaform Canada’s Head Office Receives ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Accreditation

Creaform, an industry leading provider of 3D measurement solutions recently saw their head Canadian office receive ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation. The accreditation, which was awarded by the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation, is viewed as an...

UC Botanical Garden Features a 3D Printed Bird’s Nest

University of California’s Botanical Garden has a received a new attraction: a 3D printed bird’s nest. The nest project, which was modeled after the weaver bird’s nest, has been entitled “Plant Fiber Enclosure: Origins” and was conducted...

Rock-Stacking Robots with 3D Scanners Could Help to Build Martian Habitats

A group of researchers from ETH Zurich recently unveiled their successful creation of innovative rock-stacking robots that utilize 3D scanners. A 3D scanner is integrated onto a robot along with a camera where the two essentially serve as the robot’s eyes,...

Isreali Police Reveal the World’s First 3D Printed Police Car

Today, you may not see 3D printed vehicles out on the roads, or even at dealerships. Rather, you typically would only see them in the form of models such as Local Motor’s “Strati” and the “Blade” from Divergent 3D. However, as 3D printing...

NHS May Soon Have Affordable Prosthetic Hands Available for Children Thanks to 3D Printing

Open Bionics, located in Bristol , England, has recently revealed that they now have the ability to produce bionic hands for just £5,000 – a mere fraction of the the usual £60,000 it takes to make one. Britain itself has also started the first clinical trials...