Amin Torabi of ShareBot and Dimension Alley shows custom 3D printed creations, including clothing, watches, cell phone cases and miniatures at the IDTechEx show in Berlin, and discusses how 3D printing can be used to make prosthetics, dental molds and other healthcare items. Dimension Alley is a 3D printing store and café in Berlin where we print using FDM and DLP 3D printers as crafting tools to materialize amazing objects from spare parts to comets. Dimension Alley was opened in 2013 and is a center for design for 3D printing, courses and workshops, scan and print service and printer sales.
Category: 3D Printers
UCRobotics presents Bubblegum-96 development board with Actions Semiconductor s900 Quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 at 1.8GHz with 600MHz PowerVR G6230 GPU, 2GB RAM, USB 3.0, HDMI with 4K output, 1080P@60fps H.264 video capture, ARM TrustZone security support, it can be used to drive up to multiple 3D printers, it is shown running Debian Linux with GPU acceleration and the Android based Phoenix OS and Remix OS smoothly for productivity. Read more about Bubblegum-96 at http://www.96boards.org/products/ce/bubblegum96/ and you can buy the development board at http://www.ucrobotics.com.cn/bubblegum96/
Orbital Composites aims to completely 3d print drones and satellites, here interviewed at 3D Printing USA. Orbital Composites has created new composite materials and 3D printer processes. The printer has a coaxial extruder. It can coat continuous fibers with a thermoplastic sheath. Carbon or copper fibers may be used to 3D print with. For more information, visit http://www.orbitalcomposites.com and http://www.IDTechEx.com
Microduino mCookie is a small open-source module with different sensors(Bluetooth,WiFi,GPS,Audio,Motor etc) inside, it comes with colorful shell ,magnetic connector and pogo pins. support AVR, STM32, MS430, 51,MIPS, ARM, FPGA system, compatible with LEGO and Arduino, Makers can use it for projects like 3D printing, Robotics, Drones, IoT, wearable or any of your new ideas. Retailer price at $299 for mCookie kit.
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Bin Feng, CEO,Co-founder
Makeblock is open-source platform to building robots, 3D printers, artwork or other devices. It can connect with aluminum mechanical parts, electronics modules and even compatible with Legos. Not only focus on Maker and Education market, Makeblock also want to entry Consumer Electronics market. Here is the design house and HQ tour we filmed in Makeblock office based in Nanshan, Shenzhen, with 130 employee most of them are engineers working on hardware and software every day.
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OWL WORKS LLC. is a startup company based in San Jose, CA and Seoul, Korea presenting their latest 3D printer at IDTechEx at 3D Printing USA. They started from a small DIY group of individuals with various experiences, knowledge and skills, to deliver their product concepts to the world. Recently, they’ve introduced the Morpheus, a volume desktop resin 3D printer. For more information see http://www.morpheus3dprinter.com/ and http://www.IDTechEx.com
Makeblock is an open-source robots construction platform with aluminum mechanical parts, easy-to-use electronics modules and software, also compatible with LEGO bricks and many industry standard parts.
Makeblock shows their maker kits including 3D printer, Kids education robots, DIY painting robots on China Sourcing Fair. These are Powered by different SOC platforms like Atmel, Freescale, ST and Intel Edison, Based on Arduino, with different sensors, support for Android/iOS/windows app control through phone/PC via bluetooth.
Neotech AMT – Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for 3D Printed Electronics. Dr Martin Hedges from Neotech speaking to Raghu Das (IDTechEx), demonstrating the company’s capability to produce and print complex circuitry on 3D surfaces at 3D Printing Europe. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Jonas Martens, CEO of Better Future Factory speaking to Rachel Gordon (IDTechEx) at 3D Printing Europe, and demonstrating their “Perpetual Plastic Project”. The Perpetual Plastic Project takes plastic waste and recycles it into a 3D printed object. Better Future Factory (BFF) is a multi-disciplinary design, environmental and engineering company. BFF finds and develops creative, realistic and sustainable solutions to the most pressing issues. Incorporating the underlying principles of the circular economy to close loops, cycle materials, increase value and develop businesses that contribute to a better future. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Kyle Pucci of ImageXpert inc, being interviewed at Printed Electronics Europe. ImageXpert Inc. is a leader in part inspection systems and tools, including the JetXpert dropwatcher, for use in applications such as printed electronics, 3D printing, textiles, biomedical, and more. For more information, visit imagexpert.com and jetxpert.com. For more information about the event see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Konrad Glowacki and Pawel Szczurek from Sinterit at “3D Printing Europe”, part of the IDTechEx Show! Sinterit is a start-up that are building a 3D printer that uses SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), shipping units from December 2015. SLS stands for Selective Laser Sintering: this means spreading layers of nylon 12 powder and sinter nylon particles together using a laser. The technology Sinterit uses is the next step in 3D printing as it makes possible to print objects that were difficult or impossible to be printed with the Fused Deposition Modeling technique. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Delektre being interviewed at 3D Printing Europe, part of the IDTechEx Show! Delektre build bridges between research ideas and commercial world. 3D printing is one of the key technologies of Delektre during rapid prototyping applied in the product design process. Successful product idea development projects include hospital-grade prototypes manufactured with 3D printing and new LED products. Among 3D printing, Delektre is experienced with printed, large area electronics deployed in customer projects. Customers range from research centres and universities to technology companies, applying new solutions to their problems. For more information about the event see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Interview with Tim Luong from CERADROP, a subsidiary of MGI Group at Printed Electronics Europe. CERADROP designs and markets Materials Deposition Inkjet Printers for Printed Electronics Industry and Smart 3D Printing. Embedding all types of printheads as well as the latest generation of curing modules, CeraPrinter Series models present new opportunities for feasibility study and launch of new products onto the Printed Electronics market in the fields such as: flexible solar cells (OPV), OLED Displays, Smart Cards, Antennas, Smart Systems, Passive Components and others. For more information about the event see http://www.IDTechEx.com
The Japanise company exiii bring their prosthetic hand to Maker Faire Shenzhen 2015. Uses light 3D printed materials of Carbon fiber. The exiii handii can controlled by muscle, with 1 motor in each finger and EMG sensor inside, smartphone can control the handii based on the pattern of the signal which received wirelessly.
The 2015 IDTechEx Show! covering printed electronics, energy harvesting, 3D Printing, wearable technology and much more kicks off in Berlin on April 28. Attendees from 47 countries will be present, with pre-registrations over 18% up compared to 2014. Over 200 presentations will be given and approximately 150 exhibitors to meet. Learn more at http://www.IDTechEx.com
Optomec provides two technology offerings. The LENS system, a blown powder laser-based 3D printer for metals which the company manufactures under license from the Sandia National Laboratory. The second is an Aerosol Jet system which provides for conformal, direct-write, non-contact deposition of materials for printed electronics, which the company developed in-house. It can utilize a wide range of materials, with less constraints compared to inkjet. It has been successfully demonstrated and used in metallization of solar cells. This interview with IDTechEx was taken at Printed Electronics USA, hosted by IDTechEx.
Printed Electronics Europe takes place in Berlin April 28-29th 2015
Airwolf’s technicians use 3D printers to replicate more 3D printers nearly 24/7 at the company’s headquarters in Mesa CA. This video with IDTechEx was taken at the IDTechEx event 3D Printing LIVE!. Learn more at http://www.idtechex.com.
3Dponics is a 3D-printable hydroponics system that allows you to grow your own food and follow a healthy lifestyle. However, it is much more than that, especially when used in an educational environment such as a school or a club. 3Dponics teaches children of all ages about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), and it encourages them to apply technology to their lives in meaningful and beneficial ways. This interview with IDTechEx was taken at the IDTechEx event 3D Printing LIVE!. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Nearly 3000 technology industry audiences and about 200 exhibitors convened at the Santa Clara convention center in silicon valley for the world’s largest emerging technology show hosted by IDTechEx, the leader in emerging technology research, consulting and events. The 2014 event featured Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics, Wearable Technology, Graphene, Internet of Things, Super Capacitors, 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting and Storage among the topics at the conference and trade show. The event attracted attendees from 38 countries, featured over 215 presentations, over a dozen masterclasses taught by IDTechEx analysts and industry experts as well as networking events. The show floor also featured a Demonstration Street that showcased state of the art products and technologies from 45 companies, the Manufacturing Street showed products, processes and manufacturing equipment and offered attendees the opportunity to immerse themselves into the world of emerging technologies, to learn and conduct business. Mr Vijay Ullal, semiconductor industry leader, formerly President and COO of Fairchild Semiconductor and former Group President of Maxim Integrated, together with IDTechEx Chairman Dr. Peter Harrop, inaugurated the show and welcomed the attendees. Dr. Khasha Gaffarzadeh, head of consulting at IDTechEx takes us on a tour of the show floor.
IDTechEx is the leader in emerging technology research, intelligence, consulting and events such as this one that just concluded in Santa Clara, California. For additional information please reach them via http://www.idtechex.com