Why do you need 3D printing soon? Guest post by Sachidanand Shetty, business development intern at DimensionAlley If time and money is a priority for your business, then 3D Printing could play and important role in your strategy. Here are the five reasons why we believe you need to incorporate 3D printing technology in your business today.   […]

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Truly wearable 3D printed Fashion Tech We are ever so proud of our journey into Fashion Technology through our collaboration with Elektrocouture in Berlin. With each new piece we are getting closer and closer to wearable 3D printed fashion and not just show pieces that wow but cannot be worn. This is the City of […]

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3D Printed Production Hello everyone! We are happy to share our new post. This time we are looking at ideas about wearable 3D printed production. 3D printing creations continue to surprise us day-by-day. "This landmark technology allows us as designers to innovate faster and create personalized, ready-to-wear fashion in a digital world with no geometrical constraints and [...]
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4D printing – by Matthew Young Hallo everyone and welcome back to another feature Friday. We have been offline for a few weeks but are really excited about this weeks post. It is guest post by Boston based freelance writer and blogger Matthew Young. Here he tells us about the exciting developments in 4D printing.   […]

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Welcome back to the 15th episode of our Feature Friday! This week we want to introduce you to three young men and their robotics team “Iceberg Robots” which we have been supporting with 3D print jobs for their next challenge. Three weeks ago Finn, Lorenz and Nicolas, three students from the Käthe Kollwitz High School, came into our store and asked […]

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  Welcome back to this week’s Feature Friday! Today we want to talk about a 3D printing topic we are very enthusiastic about – especially since it is one that has a great impact on the lives of 285 million people around the world* and that is: 3D printed braille.   3D Printed Maps… “How 3D-Printed Maps Are Helping the Blind and Visually Impaired” […]

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Welcome back to our 13th Feature Friday and to an interesting topic for anyone who has been using a desktop 3D printer. Especially 3D printers that print in lower resolution leave distinct layer lines on your parts or around joins on connecting parts. That can sometimes look interesting and appealing but sometimes you want a smoother, more highly-finished look. There are various […]

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