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  • 3dNewsAtNoon for September 16th 2015 | 30,000 Pounds of 3D Printed Thrust

    By on September 17, 2015

    U.K. Royal Navy priorites: autonomy, #3Dprinting, energy, interoperablity & big data LONDON — The Office of Naval Research (ONR) is making giant strides in its quest to develop the next generation of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), but hopes that their introduction into service will result in manpower savings may be misplaced.

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  • An Intro to STL Files

    By on September 16, 2015

    As 3D printing becomes increasingly accessible, so will the technology that makes it all possible. Already, companies from a myriad of backgrounds are tracking 3D printing organizations like Pinshape and YouMagine, to get a glimpse of how this amazing technology works. As should you, because once it becomes more accessible, you will want to know a few things about it.

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  • 3D Printing Solutions for Oil and Gas Companies

    By on September 16, 2015

    3D Printing Solutions for Oil and Gas Companies As we enter an age of technological acceleration, too much attention is paid to the awe and lore of new technologies rather than their practicality. To get an idea of this, look no further than 3D printing, which makes three-dimensional solid objects from a digital model using electronic data.

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  • 3D Printed Extreme Drones

    By on September 16, 2015

    This 3DPrint.com article was forwarded to me the other day. It’s about a Chinese Antarctic research team that brought along with them a 3D printed drone to help them collect data on the landscapes they were exploring in the frozen wasteland that exists at the bottom of our planet. The article itself is awesome, and talks about how the entire

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  • A Tip of the Hat to Eiger’s New Brim Feature

    By on September 14, 2015

    You may have seen a new feature in the advanced settings panel of Eiger called “Use Brim,” and wondered what it was. Well, we’re excited to include this new setting to help mitigate warping and corner lift (curling), as well as increase the reliability of printing those tricky parts that are particularly thin or have islands (isolated sections of a model, like the legs of a table).

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