Innovations and Artificial Intelligence

3D & Virtual Reality Expo ( Inside 3D Printing Conference in New York)

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Inside 3D Printing is the largest professional 3D printing and additive manufacturing event series worldwide.

Oct 2018, 30-31

New York

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Gift Box for Valentine Heart (DIY )

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Valentine Heart Gears


3D Printed Box Accessories


 

3D printer Monoprice valentines heart different material use CAM CNC

Box :  

We have selected some of the Box designs if you would like to choose. 🙂

http://all-free-download.com/free-photos/download/3d_heartshaped_series_of_highdefinition_picture_heartshaped_gift_box_165628_download.html

 

Printer :

Monoprice Select

Mini 3D Printer with heated Build Plate

Best Feature :  

This Printer includes Micro SD Card and sample PLA Filament so we don’t have to pay separate for the filament. This is one of the least price 3d printer. Have fun with your Creativity.

Design : 

http://www.thingiverse.com/apps/kirimoto

CAM / CNC and Laser cutting

Prize :

$ 207.96

Alerts :   Always   Caution for Laser, Chemicals, Equipment, Other Hazardous things. Be                        careful, Use proper precaution for using anything related.
                 Please read manual properly before handling anything. 🙂

Desktop Metal has just been granted the patents

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Metal 3D Printing Patents Make it Easier to Remove Support Structures. Desktop Metal, is a Massachusetts based company that has developed office and mass production level metal 3D printers.
Desktop Metal has just been granted the patents for its proprietary Separable Supports technology.
According to Jonah Myerberg, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of the company,

“As a company driven by invention, we are committed to both innovating and protecting our technology through strategic intellectual property achievements. The technological innovation in these patents enables users, for the first time, to print large metal parts with complex geometries that can be easily removed from their support structures by hand or to print metal objects with separable interlocking structures.”

“Traditional laser powder bed methods for metal additive manufacturing (AM) are restricted to single materials and are both difficult and costly to implement,” said Myerberg. “Desktop Metal has designed new approaches for metal AM that now allow multiple materials to be used during printing. This makes it possible to print support structures that do not bond to parts and consolidate during sintering with the part and, as a result, high dimensional accuracy is achieved, and support structures are easily removed by hand. We believe the benefit of this technology covered by the patents will enable substantially increased adoption of metal AM.” 🙂

https://www.desktopmetal.com

https://www.forbes.com

NASA’s Meteorite resistant chain mail 4D Printed fabric

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NASA’s Meteorite resistant chain mail 4D Printed fabric.

NASA are stepping straight into the future of textiles with their 4D printed ‘space fabric’—a metallic material intended to be used like ‘chain mail’ to protect astronauts and spacecraft alike during their missions.The material remains fold-able and retains the ability to change shape easily.

4D print self-transformation can be more useful in future wearable technologies.:)

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov

Drones and human

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Researchers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, put their work to the test recently.

Researchers team built three custom drones such as dubbed Batman, Joker and Nightwing.

Rob Reid of JPL said, “We pitted our algorithms against a human You can actually see that the A.I. flies the drone smoothly around the course, whereas human pilots tend to accelerate aggressively, so their path is jerkier our autonomous drones can fly much faster, one day you might see them racing professionally!”

AI and 3D, 4D Printing have the ability to work like mankind does. This is a software humans are going to write code. We always need humans for improved technologies, especially in the medical field for better health. 🙂

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov

McLAREN DEPLOYS STRATASYS ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TO IMPROVE 2017 CAR PERFORMANCE

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Formula 1 cars race at very high speeds – up to 227 mph (365 km/h)– utilizing power units that reach a maximum of 15,000 revolutions per minute (RPM). We  love McLAREN cars. They are awesome. (please drive safely and not too fast, please don’t text and drive).

McLAREN deploys STRATASYS additive manufacturing to improve 2017 car performance. They 3D-printed a structural bracket to attach the hydraulic line on the MCL32 race car using Stratasys FDM technology, leveraging a Fortus 450mc Production 3D Printer with carbon-fibre-reinforced nylon material (FDM® Nylon 12CF).

“They are consistently modifying and improving our Formula 1 car designs,” said Neil Oatley, Design and Development Director, McLaren Racing. “So the ability to test new designs quickly is critical to making the car lighter and, more importantly, increasing the number of tangible iterations in improved car performance.

“If we can bring new developments to the car one race earlier – going from new idea to new part in only a few days – this will be a key factor in making the MCL32 more competitive. By expanding the use of Stratasys 3D printing in our manufacturing processes, including producing final car components, composite lay-up and sacrificial tools, cutting jigs, and more, we are decreasing our lead times while increasing part complexity.”

“Formula 1 is one of the world’s best proving grounds for our additive manufacturing solutions,” said Andy Middleton, President, Stratasys EMEA. “As the Official Supplier of 3D-Printing Solutions to the McLaren-Honda Formula 1 team, we are working closely together to solve their engineering challenges in the workshop, in the wind-tunnel, and on the track. We believe that this, in turn, will enable us to develop new materials and applications that bring new efficiency and capability to McLaren Racing and other automotive designers and manufacturers.”

http://www.mclaren.com/formula1/partners/stratasys/mclaren-deploys-stratasys-additive-manufacturing-improve-2017-car-performance/

Futurecraft 4D printing

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This is good news for flat feet and wide feet.

Carbon and Adidas are partners for production and manufacturing in the Futurecraft 4D.
They have developed the first additive manufacturing mass production footwear, making before impossible midsole geometries possible and paving the way for custom, high-performance shoes that meet each customer of the unique needs.

  Adidas will release 300 pairs of the Futurecraft 4D shoe to friends and family; more than 5,000 pairs are expected to release this Fall / Winter 2017 season. See below for the official photos of the Adidas Futurecraft 4D shoe

Detailed Look at the adidas Futurecraft 4D