I was reading an article about a 3D printed car that supposed to cross the USA using just 10 gallons of ethanol. All it needs is a 3D TV and have a smartphone at it’s heart with automatic tweeting of its position and I think I will have all the current buzz topics in one package!
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Publicity or Progress? Print with a Purpose.
I was reading an article about a group 3D printing a house. It got me thinking, are these just stunts or science? It seems like there is a race to be, “The first to 3D print…” without much regard to practicality or purpose. Continue reading
Tom in 3D
My initial experiences with 3d printing spanned a decade. The first 3d printer I encountered was a large state-of-the-art system for building prototypes. It was housed in its own glass-walled room in a large manufacturing facility. The second 3d printer I encountered several years later was sitting innocuously in a booth of one of the competitors at a high school robotics competition. Continue reading
Doug in 3D
In the summer of 1996 I had my first exposure to 3D Printing and additive manufacturing. I did a summer internship at the University of Southern Mississippi polymer program. It was a great experience where I caught some Olympic soccer, spent weekends in New Orleans and had some great seafood. One thing that I could never forget though was my first exposure to 3D printing. Continue reading
Beginning of a 3D Journey
The world’s first additive manufacturing, bricks and stones.
Welcome to Printing DDD. Printing DDD is a site related to the rapid growing industry of 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Printing DDD is a combined effort of Mr. Thomas McGurk and Dr. Douglas Mancosky.