written by:
September 25, 2013
The second day of the Media Bistro–sponsored 3D Inside Printing Conference and Expo offered more exploration of the industry, including an exploration of the coding associated with creating 3D objects, and its potential for growth. Here’s what we found on wrapup day.

The Artec Spider 3D scanner has the ability to scan an object or person, and immediately transfer it to the computer in a 3D rendering.

1 / 9

The computerized results of the Artec scan.

2 / 9

A 3d-printed lamp from Sculpteo, a 3D printing company that works with firms on mass-customization platforms and e-commerce. And they can print in silver!

3 / 9

A 3D photo booth by 3D Systems’ Cubify.

4 / 9

The mcor Iris works on a series of parts modeled after the one in the foreground.

5 / 9

Despite its very complicated functionality, the user operation of the mcor Iris is simple.

6 / 9

The Fabbster printer finishes an object.

7 / 9

The Osteon chair by Assa Ashuach Studio was among the first objects to be produced using selective laser sintering (SLS) technology.

8 / 9

The MakerBot busts out a bracelet.

9 / 9
p1060220

The Artec Spider 3D scanner has the ability to scan an object or person, and immediately transfer it to the computer in a 3D rendering.

You May Also Like

Join the Discussion

Loading comments...