This Season’s Perfect Geek Gift – A 3D Printer! Christmas is around the corner and this means only one thing – it’s time to start planning your festive shopping! Finding the perfect gift is not always easy, finding the perfect geek gift is on the verge of being truly stressful!
On this momentous day, we are celebrating how diy 3d printing has allowed bagpiper Donald Lindsay to 3D print brand new instruments here in Scotland. However, before we launch into the interview – does everyone know exactly who Saint Andrew was? Saint Andrew was the first disciple of Christ, preaching the gospel as he travelled all around the Black Sea and Greece.
See us at the Technology Teachers’ Association Conference 2015 where you can learn how to use a 3D printer in your school. This year’s TTA will be opened by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Dr Diane Aston from The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining will deliver the conference’s keynote address.
Custom models are revolutionising anatomy education in yoga Last year 3DPrintWorks embarked on a fascinating project with yoga teacher and founder of Meadowlark Yoga, KarenBreneman (@avidyogi). Now, we are working on a custom models project that aims to improve the way that yoga is taught in classes.
The “Touching the Prado” exhibition has demonstrated yet another way that 3d printing in arts and culture can improve the world on a deeply moving human level. In order to give blind and visually impaired people a realistic sense of the paintings, 3D printing in the Prado has reproduced five of their most famous paintings.
We’re at the 3D Print Show in London! As part of the Materials and Properties for Print conference, our co-founder will be giving a talk on filament at 3.30pm on May 21st. She will be discussing 3d printing with different types of materials in depth and offering advice on the problems you have come up against.
Hardly a week goes by without news of some new musical development reaching our ears – the latest being the “revamped” 3d violin. And having contributed to the musical success of a 3d printing video or two, we thought Jazz Appreciation Month would be a great time to explore how the music world and 3D printing are likely to marry over the coming years.
Try a few quick Google searches concerning 3d printing projects that involve wanting to make a “3d printed heart”, “3d printed kidney” or “3d printed lung”. What do you find? Most likely a quick answer stating: yes! We can do all of these things.