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3d print show London, recap!

I had too many pictures as always, so here is a video with the interesting things we saw at the 3d print show, hopefully I’ll find some time also to write something more about my impressions

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Brian Oknyansky: 3D printing in shoe design (3d printshow talk)

Last talk of the day for me, the speaker Brian Oknyansky is a really nice guy who takes us through his career beginning. As an architect assistant in 5 years he made less money than in the few weeks after … Continue reading

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Girls and 3d printers

The 3d print show in London has given me the opportunity to see many interesting things but also to get to know a lot of really really great guys…and girls! Today we asked around to some of the ladies that … Continue reading

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Makerbot: innovation, invention & prototyping (3d printshow talk)

Erin Arden from Makerbot takes us through the various possible uses of the makerbot with some case studies. Obviously it starts with a short promotional part on the digitizer and the replicator 2, pointing out this time how already having … Continue reading

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3d print show: Ultimaker

Nex event for today is the Ultimaker keynote. The speaker is Hank van Gils, the executive CEO and though he has not the same ease with the microphone as Bre Pettis, he makes a nice speech on the importance of … Continue reading

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3d print show, the opening keynote by Bre pettis

For the next 3 days I will be attending the 3d print show at London (Yes, I am THAT lucky!!!) and I'll try making short posts on the various things going on here to keep you up to date, and … Continue reading

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Science museum at London

Just back from my visit to London, I just had to visit the new imark.com but I also dropped by in the Science museum and found a “new technology” area with a 3d printer and some objects.  You could take a … Continue reading

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