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News Archive for July, 2014

Paralogic release ‘3D Print Project Teacher Packs’

The first in our range of ‘Paralogic 3D Print Project Teacher Packs’ is now also complete comprising of a number of classroom projects aimed at KS3 age groups in which they can create nametags, trinket boxes, wearable items such as bracelets and rings and even a miniature Mayan temple! Development continues with these packs and…

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Makerbot testing continues at Paralogic

Our own testing of the new Makerbot 5th Generation printers continues and they are impressive machines which have certainly proved simpler to set up and use than the CUBEX and with coloured lighting to show when the print head is hot or cold, stylish case designs and built in web cams to allow remote monitoring…

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3D Systems New generation printers on the way …..

3D Systems have a number of new generation printers coming this way soon including their Projet range including the Projet 1200 which (being about the same size as a coffee machine), but is capable of printing small parts most suitable for investment casting such as dental crowns, jewellery and small prototype components. We have seen…

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3D Printing – a thumbs up from BMW……

An article in The Guardian by Samuel Gibbs this month reported that ‘BMW has turned to 3D printing to physically augment its car-plant workers, giving them stronger, augmented thumbs; The 3D-printed apparel acts like support brackets for the workers’ thumbs, reducing strain and helping them to fit certain parts into the cars more easily. Each…

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