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Paralogic 3D – April News

Welcome to our Spring 3D Print Project Newsletter! Meet PARABOT! Our new 3D Mascot is here and serves both as an identifier and worthy opponent to all those ‘other’ 3D printer robots out there and also as a fun model to print – email us for a free 3D model file of this little fellow…

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Paralogic 3D – March News

Paralogic 3D March news! Paralogic are currently in discussion with a number of 3D printer manufacturers and developing relationships with them in order provide support services across a wide range of desktop 3D printers, so, we thought it was about time we had our very own mascot; meet the Parabott! Meanwhile in other news….. NASA…

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Paralogic free Halloween 3D models

                                                                                    3D printers around the globe are busy printing crazy Halloween goodies and ours at Paralogic are no exception – we have a number of free 3models that we are giving away to anyone crazy enough to want them including the Paranormal Paralogic Pumpkin, 3D Halloween Bonkers Bracelets and some Spooky Charms; even more…

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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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3D printing is slow….?

Well, experience shows that it can be a bit of a wait if you are printing anything sizeable however there is nothing to prevent what gets printed from going somewhat faster; for example this week the team currently building the latest rocket powered 1000mph land speed record attempting vehicle, named ‘Bloodhound’, have announced that the…

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3D printing in the news again!

There has been no shortage of 3D print news this week with stories such as the Ford Motor Company, who adopted 3D printing in 2013, for rapid prototyping and are now reckoned to be printing around 20,000 parts a year in just one of its 3D prototyping centres (Lucas Mearian, June 2014, Computerworld report). According…

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3D printing custom brackets

Paralogic are developing educational material for schools and colleges to support users of 3D printers. To help illustrate the process, we wanted to create a time lapse or two of some objects being created. Having found a great smart phone app to do this, we needed a way to hold the phone still for the…

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