Carbon3D to Host Women in Manufacturing California Chapter

Carbon3D to Host Women in Manufacturing California Chapter

By Michael Molitch-Hou

Carbon3D is not only forward thinking in terms of its approach to 3D printing, reflected in its ultra-fast CLIP technology unveiled last year. The Silicon Valley startup is also forward thinking when it comes to social progress, announcing the launch of a San Francisco community chapter of the Women in Manufacturing™ (WiM) group.
With 500 members, Women in Manufacturing™is a national association devoted to supporting and promoting women in the manufacturing industry. Together, the group focuses on networking, sharing information, and skill enhancement through events, mentoring, sponsorship programs, and more.…

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Carbon3D to Host Women in Manufacturing California Chapter

Printabowl Brings High-End Pipe Design to a Whole New Level with 3D Printing

Printabowl Brings High-End Pipe Design to a Whole New Level with 3D Printing

By Tyler Koslow

While we’re all busy scrambling to find out what 3D printing will be applied to next, two brothers in the state of Washington are taking the technology along for a ride upon the high road, so to speak. After the state legalized the recreational use of cannabis back in November 2012, University of Washington art students Al and Saul Jacobs decided to create Printabowl. Their goal was to redesign the traditional water pipe to represent a ‘functional sculpture’, and they decided to use ceramic-based 3D printing in order to accomplish it.…

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Printabowl Brings High-End Pipe Design to a Whole New Level with 3D Printing

Shell Shock! 3D Printed Replica Shells to Help Save the Threatened Desert Tortoise

Shell Shock! 3D Printed Replica Shells to Help Save the Threatened Desert Tortoise

By Tyler Koslow

For just about over 250 million years now, the tortoise has managed to (slowly, but surely) survive various mass extinction events and predators of all types, becoming one of the most ancient and resilient animals to still roam the earth today. Unfortunately for this species, particularly the Desert Tortoise (generally located all across the Mojave Desert), endangerment is approaching quickly as their population is ravaged by the growing number of predatory ravens, which have been accumulating due to human landfill and litter.…

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Shell Shock! 3D Printed Replica Shells to Help Save the Threatened Desert Tortoise