Tag Archives: 3d printing

The Future of Construction Innovation

Interested in what’s in store for construction innovation? So are we! The advent of exciting new technologies, like 3D printing, infinite computing, robotics, drones, big data, the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning, is driving a massive change in how we build things. As disruptive technologies, they will break and remake business models, reshape definitions of value in markets, create new forms

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How construction technology can play a starring role in TV and film

The same tools – laser scanning, 3D printing, and CAD design – used in the construction industry are being used in film and TV to improve accuracy and reduce cost. Learn more in this Construction Manager article.  

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Need a 3D print?

Check out 3D Printing App. Made by 3YourMind, this app will empower designers and engineers looking to 3D print designs with information critical to 3d printing success. Learn more.

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Where is Autodesk Headed with 3D Printing?

Earlier this year, Autodesk announced that they would be entering the hardware market with a 3D printer.  Why would Autodesk choose to move from software to hardware?  Does it make sense for businesses to consider the hardware as they look forward to 3d printing solutions? Carl Bass, Autodesk CEO, explains why the move to hardware makes the most sense for

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123D is Growing. Check Out the New Tools You Can Download and Use Now…

123D Catch You may already heard of 123D Catch.  If you haven’t, the short story is that it is a really cool tool that allows a user to take pictures of an object and then turns it into a design that can be 3D printed.  The American Museum of Natural History is doing just that with dinosaur bones.  123D Catch

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3D Printing in AutoCAD: From Drawing File to Model

Posted August 22, 2013 by Jesse Evans, Synergis Civil Solutions Engineer: By now you may have heard about 3D printing. The rumors, the stories – astronauts are printing tools in space. Well, it is not a myth. I have seen these crazy machines with my own eyes. But how do they work? Is it difficult? What do I need? The

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