A technology developed by Fujitsu Laboratories
The Additive Manufacturing research group in the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick recently sent some of their carbomorph material to Dave White, Subject Coordinator for Design &Technology at Clevedon School in Bristol (VIDEO).
The first applications are a bag, a cup holder and a decorative bowl (VIDEO)
Whatever you think of Hollywood’s current preoccupation with all things three dimensional, in the world of mechanical engineering, 3D is definitely the way to go.
with the following briefing: Suppose you had a 3D printer at home. Design the first consumer product you would like to 3D print and use.
The following 10 designs received the most votes via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
via Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
by Materialise (VIDEO)
First prize: A 3D PRINTER and your design 3D printed.
By providing a David Laserscanner.