KamerMaker – Polymer Fail

KamerMaker – Polymer Fail

Check out these 3d printed china images:

KamerMaker – Polymer Fail
3d printed china
Image by faberdasher
Failure can be lovely and fascinating.
The premature failure of these 3d printed bird houses, was due to nasty, low-cost PLA (usually from China), that utilizes entirely inappropriate colourants. They use dyes which just are not stable, break down swiftly and then release totally free-radicals that accelerate the degradation of the base polymer. Faberdashery use only pigments that have been extensively tested and developed in residence :)

The KamerMaker (RoomBuilder), capable of 3D printing large architectural objects with an epic 2x2x3.5m develop region!

Launch celebration for kamermaker.com, a project by DUS Architects (dusarchitects.com), at Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam.

www.faberdashery.co.uk

Digital ceramics project
3d printed china
Image by andreas.hopf
Simulated drops of liquid that are wetting a surface have been output at Materialise. A plaster mould for slip-casting fine bone china will be taken off of them next.

Tiny drop 275x155x60mm
Medium drop 340x250x80mm
Huge drop …

KamerMaker – Polymer Fail

KamerMaker – Polymer Fail

Some cool 3d printed china pictures:

KamerMaker – Polymer Fail
3d printed china
Image by faberdasher
Failure can be gorgeous and fascinating.
The premature failure of these 3d printed bird houses, was due to nasty, inexpensive PLA (usually from China), that makes use of fully inappropriate colourants. They use dyes which just aren’t stable, break down swiftly and then release free of charge-radicals that accelerate the degradation of the base polymer. Faberdashery use only pigments that have been extensively tested and created in property :)

The KamerMaker (RoomBuilder), capable of 3D printing huge architectural objects with an epic 2x2x3.5m construct location!

Launch celebration for kamermaker.com, a project by DUS Architects (dusarchitects.com), at Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam.

www.faberdashery.co.uk

Bowie the Bunny in the Shapeways Photo Contest
3d printed china
Image by Shapeways:
Celebrate summer time by entering the Shapeways Photo Contest 2011.

All you require to do is upload a photo of Bowie the Bunny in the wild for your possibility to win worth of 3D printing!!!

Full specifics here
www.shapeways.com/contest/photo_contest_2011

Get your own Bowie the Bunny by Baroba right here
www.shapeways.com/model/23814/

Show us what you got

Grand Canyon / Moyan Brenn / creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/two./Excellent wall of China, close to Beijing / Gérard Métrailler / creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/two./Eiffel Tower / s3k / creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/two./Locals enjoying the beach / Brian Ferrell / creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2./

Barcamp – Mar 23, 2013
3d printed china
Image by TechYizu
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