In Today's episode, Tom and Tracy discuss the new possibilities that clear 3D printing could offer. They saw a Twitter post by Daniel Norée that featured a clear 3D printed model. Tom and Tracy talk about the possible uses of clear 3D printing if it really can be done now, like in light designs, glasses and lenses, toys, awards and collectibles, and even containers. Listen to the podcast here: Clear 3D Printing - New Possibilities Hey, everyone. This is Tracy and Tom on … [Read more...]
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3D printers have long advocated how 3D printing is a zero to low waste manufacturing process, and with the development of Buzzed Beer 3D print filament, it has opened the doors to all sorts of recycled filament opportunities. By repurposing the by -products made from the production of beer, this boozy filament makes it fun to "go green" with 3D printing and the perfect example of collaborative capitalism. Listen to the podcast here: Buzzed Beer 3D Print Filament and Collaborative … [Read more...]
Stratasys material and filament list for an extensive amount of 3D printers is influencing the industry from a commercial and consumer standpoint despite not being in the consumer market. From functional to stylistic, Stratasys materials and filament completely hits the mark, except for one key thing in terms of what users are looking for. Understanding and taking a look into what material options are available to you is essential in creating products specifically made to be 3D printed. Listen … [Read more...]
We are going to do something different, it’s not your typical Tech Tuesday subject, but we had new filament colors and new filament delivered to us as samples recently, and we want to share the information with you. We had some fun printing these coffee sleeves in new filament colors, so these new filament colors were sent to us from Toner Plastics. We have had them in our show a long time ago, and we talked about filaments. I think it was a year ago. We didn’t even ask for these new … [Read more...]
We are continuing Earth Week with an interesting algae 3D print filament, even though Earth Day is tomorrow. I am still freaked out by the idea that I remember the first Earth Day. That makes me feel really old. Don’t date us. What are you doing? Come on. It still freaks me out. We are going to interview Barbara Zeller from Algix 3D today. She is the marketing and communications manager of a company that is making algae-based filament in Mississippi. We met her and her husband who is also … [Read more...]
Reaching 100 WTFFF?! Podcast episodes is a milestone for us and to commemorate it, 3D Print Metal additive manufacturer, Addaero printed the Angel design that started it all for us, only this time instead of PLA, it is printed in Titanium. Using Electron Beam Melting or Powderbed Fusion Technology, 3D Print Metal manufacturing is changing the geometric constraints on … [Read more...]