Formlabs: Basic process architecture and methodology

Over the past few years a lot of 3D Printer manufacturers have wowed the Indian market with their state-of-the-art 3D Printers. Formlabs is one such company reviving the 3D Printing industry with its desktop Stereolithography printers. Formlabs’ Form 2 is a very compact desktop Stereolithography (SLA) machine that delivers an… Continue reading

3D Printing Service Bangalore – 5 Best companies to try

Bangalore is a buzzing metropolitan city, so it’s no surprise that it is up-to-date on its technological advancements. Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) is something that is paving its path from place to place and has changed the Bangalore technological world forever. Chizel (a mainstay in the 3D Printing service Bangalore… Continue reading

SLS vs SLA vs FFF – What works best for your 3D Printing prototype?

There are numerous technologies catering to various applications in 3D Printing. The most commonly used technologies are Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Stereolithography (SLA), and Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). To elaborate the varied nature of 3D Printing processes, here’s an article that gives detailed insights and compares the different 3D Printing technologies:… Continue reading

FDM vs FFF: Know the difference!

Doesn’t FDM and FFF cater to a similar technology? Yes. So that means they are one and the same, right? No. Here’s a short answer to your question: They are similar. But despite being similar, they are different. Explore the longer version below: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a proprietary… Continue reading

Adidas Futurecraft 4D: Running Shoes personified

Adidas recently launched the Futurecraft 4D pair of shoes with the world’s first 3D printed midsole. Adidas teamed up with Carbon3D, a firm based out of California that has pioneered a new Additive Manufacturing technology called Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP). CLIP is an advancement in the field of 3D… Continue reading

A brief introduction to Carbon’s CLIP technology

It so very rarely happens that some company innovates on a new application and brings forth a new paradigm shift. Carbon3D is one such company riding on innovation with their proprietary Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology. CLIP is an advancement in the field of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing). Traditional… Continue reading

3D Printed Heart soon to be available for Implant

3D printing is making great inroads in the field of medicine, from customized and low cost prosthetics to realistic anatomical models used for preparation of surgery, it is finding wide applicability in medical sciences. But the most ambitious goal that scientists, doctors, and biomedical engineers have set before themselves is… Continue reading

Custom 3D Printed Jewelry – Make Your Pendant of Love

Love is an intangible feeling. It could be portrayed in the laughter in your voice or the twinkle in your eye, but the emotion itself is impossible to translate onto solid material. Or at least, it was impossible. Not anymore. The all-new Aura Pendant is breezing through cities and leaving… Continue reading

A brief introduction to Generative Design

A generative design system offers a different approach: It takes inspiration from nature and its evolutionary process. The process of evolution is nature’s way of perfecting its creations. Every living organism is an example of that process. Consider how mutations over very long periods of time bestow organisms with specific… Continue reading

Project Dreamcatcher: A state-of-the-art Man & Machine alliance

Autodesk’s project Dreamcatcher is the beginning of a new alliance between man and machine. The next step in computer assisted design(CAD) technology; a re-imagination of how a computer system actually assists us in design. In a sense, computer systems will actively collaborate with us in the process of design and… Continue reading