Posts Tagged: 3d printing

philips lighting telecaster

I am extremely pleased to introduce Philips Lighting Telecaster to my Lucept readers. As we are releasing on our website: We are Philips Lighting Telecaster Telecaster is a new venture within Philips Lighting that is bringing the magic of 3D-printing

philips lighting telecaster

I am extremely pleased to introduce Philips Lighting Telecaster to my Lucept readers. As we are releasing on our website: We are Philips Lighting Telecaster Telecaster is a new venture within Philips Lighting that is bringing the magic of 3D-printing

gantri

Gantri is a San Francisco startup that is using 3D-printing to produce a line of light fixtures.  3D printing greatly reduces the cost and the time associated with traditional product development, requiring no cap-ex or leads times for expensive custom

gantri

Gantri is a San Francisco startup that is using 3D-printing to produce a line of light fixtures.  3D printing greatly reduces the cost and the time associated with traditional product development, requiring no cap-ex or leads times for expensive custom

dirk vander kooij

I saw a couple beautiful pieces by Amsterdam designer Dirk Vander Kooij at the design shop of the W Hotel Amsterdam. The Fresnel Light and a site-specific reception desk (constructed with the same material) both use large-scale 3D printing to

dirk vander kooij

I saw a couple beautiful pieces by Amsterdam designer Dirk Vander Kooij at the design shop of the W Hotel Amsterdam. The Fresnel Light and a site-specific reception desk (constructed with the same material) both use large-scale 3D printing to

lumecluster

Lumecluster is New York based-artist Melissa Ng, who’s created a striking 3D-printed medieval costume with stunning internal LED illumination sewn into the translucent padding.  Her design and fabrication process for the piece can be seen here.

lumecluster

Lumecluster is New York based-artist Melissa Ng, who’s created a striking 3D-printed medieval costume with stunning internal LED illumination sewn into the translucent padding.  Her design and fabrication process for the piece can be seen here.

voxel8

Voxel8 is a Boston-based, Harvard spin-out startup that is integrating the printing of conductive materials directly into 3D printing. The future is pretty obvious at this point: I’ve previously mentioned conductive ink and 3D printing — combining the two is an obvious step

voxel8

Voxel8 is a Boston-based, Harvard spin-out startup that is integrating the printing of conductive materials directly into 3D printing. The future is pretty obvious at this point: I’ve previously mentioned conductive ink and 3D printing — combining the two is an obvious step

autodesk project escher

Autodesk is working on software called “Project Escher” where groups of 3D additive-printers divide the printing of a single large piece. I find especially fascinating the obvious ability to integrate non-additive-printing assembly or fabrication techniques into the production line: Project Escher could also be

autodesk project escher

Autodesk is working on software called “Project Escher” where groups of 3D additive-printers divide the printing of a single large piece. I find especially fascinating the obvious ability to integrate non-additive-printing assembly or fabrication techniques into the production line: Project Escher could also be

anouk wipprecht

Via Dezeen. “What is fashion missing?  Micro-controllers.” Some wild fashion concepts by Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht that combines 3D printing, embedded lighting, projection mapping, sensors, etc. (not to mention some crazy insane 3D modeling skills!) into some very futuristic ensembles.  Gorgeous

anouk wipprecht

Via Dezeen. “What is fashion missing?  Micro-controllers.” Some wild fashion concepts by Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht that combines 3D printing, embedded lighting, projection mapping, sensors, etc. (not to mention some crazy insane 3D modeling skills!) into some very futuristic ensembles.  Gorgeous