Back in March, Makerbot and Autodesk announced a partnership with the aim of bringing 3D design and 3D printing to everyone.
This is a great day for all Tinkercad users, Autodesk is a very enthusiastic and capable steward.
A three-person engineering team from Autodesk is getting loads of attention for their amazing creation: 3D printed audio speakers, embedded with LED lights that use an app from startup LumiGeek to react to changes in sound.
“In five to 10 years… you’re going to be able to print DNA and tissue.”
Socialcam, the quick-growing mobile video start-up, has quickly found a buyer.
This means that one can use this software to 3D print your designs with i.materialise.
Make your 3D models from your photos (VIDEO)
Acquisition strengthens TDDatech’s Autodesk VAD business in Europe
On december 31st 2010, Joris Peels, till very recent the community Manager of i.materialise made these predictions in Techcrunch
According to an article in Forbes