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Workshops & Seminars

Workshops & Seminars | COOL 3DPRINTING |

The internet changed the world in the 1990's. The world is about to change again.

  • LONDON 2012
  • LONDON 2013
    7—9 NOVEMBER
  • PARIS 2013
    15—16 NOVEMBER
  • NEW YORK 2014
    13—15 FEBRUARY
Here at 3D Printshow, we’re combining interaction, education and entertainment to create an incredible show.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in our workshop and seminar content. At 3D Printshow 2013, in addition to our workshop and seminar rooms, we’re presenting two full days of sessions in our 500-seater auditorium, allowing more of you to see the content that really matters to you.

With technology advancing at such an incredible rate, a lot can change in just twelve months. With this in mind, we’re going to wait until mid-year to begin choosing our speakers and setting our content. We’re committed to bringing you the hottest names from around the globe, providing fresh insights into the state of the technology, the industry and the possibilities that the future holds.

Don’t miss your chance to get hands-on experience with the technology, speak directly to the specialists and have your questions answered by professionals working on the cutting-edge of the industry.

We have a variety of access options from two sessions, (standard ticket) up to all of them (VIP Session Access), but remember that you must register online to secure your place in a session.


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  • Such inspiring work from Francis Bitonti Studio. We're thrilled to see more and more innovative fashion design - especially amidst all the New York and (oncoming) London fashion week excitement!

    New Skins: Computational Design for Fashion Workshop
    New Skins is a three-week intensive interdisciplinary research project where students and professionals in the fashion, art, architecture and computing indus...
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  • Dario Scapitta is just one of the designers we'll be showcasing in November. Click the link below for the full list of designers confirmed so far:

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    @[208185262606487:274:3D Printshow] where technology meets high fashions and design.
    LONDON, 7 - 9 November 2013
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3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste

3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste | COOL 3DPRINTING |

Two years ago, a Dutch student named Dirk Vander Kooij was designing furniture and preparing for his graduation project when he was inspired by an old 3D printer. 

So he got his hands on an industrial robot from a Chinese production line and reprogrammed it into a 3D printer to print furniture using recycled materials from old refrigerators."

Via Daniel Booth, ManufacturingStories, Juanjo Pina
Daniel Booth's curator insight, March 17, 2013 2:07 AM

This is the future, not only 3D printing but being able to use recyclable materials to produce furniture and not only in 1 design, variety and uniqueness are the key element here, and to be able to do it in 3 hours.

Why stop at chairs? What’s stopping any other product being designed this very way? 

Jake Sieben's curator insight, March 22, 2013 8:00 AM

This article shows how 3D printing can be used to make practical things, such as chairs, out of recycled materials.

Chandan Gupta's curator insight, March 31, 2013 9:42 PM

The thing is why just not getting more than it. More and more things could be produced by it.

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Chinese executives donate 3D printers to Dothan

Chinese executives donate 3D printers to Dothan | COOL 3DPRINTING |

Inside the auditorium of Wallace College’s Cherry Hall, a man with 24 years of experience in the suddenly-erupting 3D printing industry wowed the audience with its implications, both present and future.

It was a simple example of something that will radically change manufacturing, said Graham Tromans, a British-based industry consultant in Dothan on Tuesday to talk about “Additive Manufacturing” and its implications.

“Could it be the next industrial revolution? Maybe,” said Tromans, adding that it will more likely lead to a manufacturing revolution.

The 3D Printer now belongs to Wallace College, thanks to a donation from one of China’s leading 3D Printer manufacturers.

Liu Zhang, vice chairman and general manager of China’s Jiangsu Zijin Group Co., Ltd., made the presentation Tuesday to Wallace President Dr. Linda Young. Zhang also donated another 3D Printer to Dothan Technology Center and Principal Terry Scott. Zhang and members of his business team are in the United States to explore possible expansion.

They were guests of the City of Dothan and the SoZo Group, organizers of November’s U.S.-China Manufacturing Symposium to be held here.

“This is just the beginning of a lot of activities over the next few months,” said Raymond Cheng, CEO of the SoZo Group.

Cheng said the printers cost about $10,000 each. Scott said he hopes to make the printer available to an array of students in the city school system.

“It’s very exciting. It is really opening my eyes to the broader applications of this technology,” Scott said. “We are really looking forward to letting a broad range of students work with this equipment in team-building exercises and other uses.”

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Some pictures of Ultimaker in 3DEA and a GREAT Video!

Via ManufacturingStories
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