Category Archives: 3D Printing

AEC to BE – Do You Have the Skills to Make the Transition?

I suppose the mega-trend that sums up all of what is taking place concerning the transition from AEC to BE is digital transformation, but it sure feels like a lot more. Maybe the idea of Smart Cities sums it up … Continue reading

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Google Arts and Culture Program Preserves the Past

The Google Arts and Culture program is providing all of us with an incredible opportunity to experience places we might never see. From an article in i News by Rhiannon Williams. Technology, as an industry dedicated to the relentless reinvention … Continue reading

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3D Printed Replica of Raffaello’s Tomb

The Covid-19 pandemic is forcing all social venues – including museums and exhibits – to close their doors to slow down the virus’ diffusion. For the Raffello exhibit, which marks the ​500-year anniversary of famous Italian painter’s death, Factum Arte … Continue reading

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iPad Pro Models for 2020 Will Feature Lidar Sensor

Adding support to my claim that this will be the Lidar Decade and that lidar will become more well known by the general public than GPS, Apple announced yesterday that two iPad Pro models and some models of the iPhone … Continue reading

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3D Scanning and Printing Rare Classic Car Parts

Need a clutch release lever for your Vauxhall Corsa? Not a problem. There are hundreds of suppliers ready to service your enquiry and it should be with you tomorrow. Cost: about £16. Porsche is now using 3D scanning and printing … Continue reading

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3D Bioprinting Organs Based on Microscopic Imaging

This is incredible. For the first time, researchers managed to make intact human organs transparent. Using microscopic imaging they could reveal underlying complex structures of the see-through organs at the cellular level. Resulting organ maps can serve as templates for … Continue reading

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Wave of Demand for Scanning Coming Says Industry Leader

Today 3D measurement is a common sight, not only in the quality field, but also for design, reverse engineering and movies. “In my view, there’s a wave of demand for 3D scanning coming,” says Michael Raphael, CEO and founder of … Continue reading

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Footwear as Evidence – Documenting in 3D

Imprinted in sand, moulded in dirt, or stamped on the floor—footprints discovered at crime scenes can provide evidence for forensics teams who play a vital game of whodunit. In a two-dimensional form, the footwear evidence can be flawed at best. … Continue reading

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3D Modeling is Improving Productivity in Construction

By now most people have heard of 3D modeling and how it is revolutionising entertainment industries such as film, video games, and social media for special effects. From an article in BestinAU by Luke Fitzpatrick. But you may not be … Continue reading

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Stewart Haas Racing Uses 3D Laser Scanning to Win Races

Stewart Haas Racing is an American racing team, co-owned by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart and Haas Automation founder Gene Haas. They won no less than 12 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races in 2018. The racing team has leveraged 3D … Continue reading

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