Podcasts are ‘in’. Whether it’s listening to them on the commute to work, at the gym, during the dog walk, in the kitchen while you’re cooking or even at your desk, podcasts are a brilliant way to glean new information or simply be entertained.
Happy #MotivationMonday GrabCAD Community! Today, I’m excited to announce that we’re having an internal GrabCAD contest.
I love animation, antiques, photons, trigonometry, and the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. How to bring them all together in one project? 3D-printing!
I was inspired by this 3D-printed sundial to develop a voxel slicer that can slice a hollow cylinder to approximate a zoetrope.
For subject matter I went with the classic zoetrope trope: Eadweard Muybridge's galloping horse. And obviously rainbows as well because they are awesome.
As 3D technology continues to grow and expand, we continue to see its remarkable benefits and how it solves a myriad of problems. One such issue is affordable housing.
In some nations, populations are greater than the capacity of housing. But what further complicates the socioeconomic equation is that economies don’t always support citizens from having suitable homes of their own. Homes in places like Asia and South America can be too expensive, given the dynamics of supply and demand.
As most of you know, the GrabCAD Marketing team received the MakerBot METHOD last month. I was really excited to start using it but I’ll admit, I’m a MakerBot newbie.
Below, I share my experience and offer some tips so you (spoiler alert) enjoy the MakerBot as much as I did.
One of the first industries to invest in large scale 3D printing was the aerospace industry. Aerospace – the branch of technology and industry concerned with both aviation and space flight – has been evolving and adopting the technology as early as the 1980s.
The latest update in GrabCAD Print is live! This month's update offers even more exciting changes for Advanced FDM and Advanced PolyJet users.
GrabCAD Print 1.33 Highlights:
Access Some Advanced FDM Features While Preparing Your Tray
We've talked about 3D printing your product prototype and how with the right team and software, you can do it yourself! However, when you need to mass produce your prototype, it's time to check out your options.
Prototyping and manufacturing your new product are two key steps in the process of going from idea to selling-and-shipping. For entrepreneurs, startups and small vendors, a likely option will be to outsource.
The process of finding, vetting and selecting a manufacturer, however, can be daunting and fraught:
We often hear how numerous sectors of our world economy are using 3D printing in manufacturing and it's important to highlight that the military is quickly embracing 3D printing as well. All branches of the service are utilizing 3D printing in manifold ways to produce many different things in widely different applications.
In fact, 3D printing helps the military gain a significant war fighting advantage and provide direct support to troops in the field.
Dr. Philip Perconti, Director of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, said in a recent article that the Army is at the vanguard of using 3D printing to aid troops in the battlefield and help deployed soldiers become self-sufficient in remote areas.