Bored of seeing the same 3D prints of owls, yodas and gears at trade shows? I sure am, fortunately at EuroMold this year there is plenty of new prints on display at various stands. Here's a selection of ten of my favourites.
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Precision details from tiny prints by Höganäs.
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Derby the husky was born without complete front legs and these prosthetics have been printed by 3D Systems on the ProJet 5500X using multi-materials.
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The amazing full colour prints made capable using the Adobe Photoshop CC 3D Printing tools and printed by Gary Miller on a Connex system.
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We've been astounded by some of the colour prints by Stratasys, thanks to Mike Scrutton's Adobe project.
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MakerBot proving that FDM technology prints can be detailed, accurately coloured and massive with this skull.
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Printed on the new Formlabs Form 1+ this millifluidic device showcases the Form's ability to print internal components.
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voxeljet aquired Propshop (model makers) back in October and this amazing Chinese dragon print is a symbol of that synergy.
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These prints may look like fine bone china but they are actually just ABS printed using FDM technology and then plated. They're light as a feather.
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Materialise's Mammoth Stereolithography technology can create huge objects in all kinds of shapes, this is as big as a sofa!
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We're forever seeing skulls 3D printed but this full anatomically correct skeleton on EnvisionTEC's stand was something new.