Posted October 11, 2018 12:07:50Today, the world’s most popular 3D printer manufacturer, 3D Systems, is launching a new set of products that will allow for mass production of 3D printed parts, objects, and materials.
In this episode, TechCrunch talks with 3D printing expert James Oster, who explains the benefits of using 3D printers for mass producing objects and the challenges of using printers in a manufacturing process.
Also in the episode, James explains how the 3D scanning process, which uses the printing process to “scan” a 3D object, could be used for mass manufacturing.
We also explore the benefits and challenges of 3-D printing in a 3-d printed object, and how the process of 3d printing could change the way we manufacture objects.
James has worked with companies like 3DMAX and 3D Technologies to help them design and produce a range of industrial products and is a member of the International 3-in-1 3D Design Association.
Read more about 3D scanners, printers, 3-part printing, industrial objects, industrial manufacturing, mass manufacturing source TechCrunch title How to 3D print with a 3d scanner article Posted September 25, 2018 15:03:33When we hear the word 3D, we think of cutting edge technologies and cutting edge manufacturing.
3D systems have the potential to revolutionize how we manufacture products, but for some people, 3Ds are more than just an extension of their home.
They’re a way to bring a home into the world.
This episode, we dive into the 3-step process of creating a 3DS Max 3D model and discuss how 3D-printing is changing the way you make your home.
In the episode we talk with the makers of the popular 3-Part Printable and 3-Step 3D Printer.
They explain the benefits, challenges, and potential of 3DMV printing, and we explore how 3-printers can help you design and manufacture home products.
We also take a closer look at how 3DMVs and 3DS printers can be used to create 3-dimensional models of existing objects.
We look at the impact of 3DPrinting on existing manufacturing processes, and explore how the industrial 3-axis printing industry could change.
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