Deep Wound Band-aids?

                For those of you who have uneasy stomachs while reading, this blog might not be for you. For those who can handle it there is some interesting information on a possible 3D bio-printer for deep wound cuts.                 Typically when someone gets a deep wound cut that […]

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Croatia’s 3D printed clouds

                No we’re not saying all of Croatia’s clouds are fake and suspended in the air. The clouds we’re talking about actually isn’t in the air at all it is in a building holding  the record for the world’s largest and most complex 3D printed installation, at the […]

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You have never seen car rims like this.

                For auto aficionados their car rim is the most popular part to customize. Well… Marco Mattia Cristofori a product designer decided to demonstrate the benefits of 3D printing, so he created his own hubcaps called “Terra Chair”. Spotting its bold branch like design not being limited to […]

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Old Camera – New Lenses

              Here is one for nostalgia. Using a 35mm camera for those photos that just seemed to capture life. Well one enthusiast named Alexander Gee has been working on a project for over a year called Lex. Lex is specially designed to integrate newer lens technology with 35mm film. […]

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Grounded Pilot’s Ideas Take Flight

The Trajectory from High-Flying Concept to Physical Product Customer Success Story: Grooveit Recovery from the surgery would require roughly a year of downtime. It was going to be a drastic shift from the situations that Clint Sanderson was accustomed to on a daily basis. As an elite medical helicopter pilot, he is responsible for the […]

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What do you need it for? … Why do you ask?

 Purpose, Precision & Price As a 3D printing service bureau, we receive calls from clients with different ideas about what 3D printing is and what its capabilities are.  Some just want a physical part to hold in their hands while others need the parts for end use. Our goal at ProImage 3D is to deliver […]

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To the moon and beyond!

NASA is wanting to get to Mars and they need the publics’ help. They recently launched their latest Centennial Challenge and the goal this year is devise a way to construct a habitable structure on the planet Mars using 3D-printed material. $2 million in prize money is up for grabs so there will be no […]

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WYSIWYG….WYSI What???

“WYSIWYG” pronounced wizēˌwiɡ, stands for What You See Is What You Get. This is a term that was once very popular in the graphic arts printing industry, at least in the early days of desktop publishing. It was a term often used with customers to explain why chunky or rough looking text and or graphics, sometimes referred […]

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3D Printed Mesh

Graphene in 3D Printing: Ten Times the Strength of Steel and Only a Fraction of the Weight

Researchers at MIT were able to use a high resolution multi-color 3D printer and take graphene, an elemental carbon made of one flat sheet of atoms that are arranged in a repeating hexagonal lattice, and create geometry incredibly strong—ten times the strength of steel but only a fraction of the weight. The material is electrically conductive and can be nearly transparent.

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