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3D Printing a Hand Bike Handle for Florian Jouanny with Zortrax

Florian Jouanny was the first European tetraplegic athlete who completed the Ironman Triathlon. Back in 2011, a skiing accident left him almost entirely paralysed. He has limited use of his forearms, triceps and hands, but can make pushing...

3D Printing Custom Light Fittings with LimeLite and Zortrax

 LimeLite is an Australian company who manufacture their own lamps and light fittings. But they didn't start out that way. Paul Hearne, the founder of LimeLite, set up the business as a reseller. Ambitions to take the business to a...

3D Printing a Custom Olympics Pistol Grip with Zortrax and Athletics 3D

Sports is an area where 3D printing has huge potential. From 3D printed gum shields for boxers and rugby players to 3D printed studs for footballers, there are a wide range of potential applications. Athletics 3D, a French company, special...

The Zortrax Apoller smooths out layer lines in FDM prints

You know what the most frustrating thing about printing with an FDM or FFF 3D printer is? Layer lines. Well, really obvious ones that is. They stick out like a sore thumb and give the manufacturing method away at a mere glance. Layer lines...

3D Printing Props and Special Effects with Zortrax

One of the most magical things about movies like Star Wars (the originals) and TV shows like Stranger Things is the practical effects used. Whether it's a Millennium Falcon or an eye ball, practical special effects have character in abun...

3D Printing Human Bones at Victoria University

Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia, uses Zortrax 3D printers to manufacture accurate three-dimensional models of human bones. The models are used on osteopathy and other related courses to deliver a hands-on learning experience ...

3D Printing the Duecinquanta Motorbike

Industry: Automotive Application: Custom parts, prototyping Benefits of 3D Printing: - Reduced costs - Rapid prototyping - Accuracy and precision Lightness. Simplicity. Two words few modern motorbikes can attest to satisfying. You see, eve...

3D Printing Marvellous Models and Mock-ups

In this article, we look at how a team of architects and designers use 3D printing as a tool. Model-Art Lisieccy are a team of designers and creative minds who create high quality architectural mock-ups. Their mock-ups are primarily of bui...

3D Printing a Mock-up of Philharmonic Hall in Szczecin

At the beginning of every architectural project, mock-ups are made by designers to test their concepts. Because, as Frank Lloyd Wright famously said, "You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site,...

Zortrax Announces M200 Plus 3D Printer

Zortrax has announced a new 3D printer today. The M200 Plus builds on the impressive M200 3D printer, which was launched three years ago. It adds wireless connectivity to the build and several hardware upgrades to bring it bang up to date....

Your Guide to the Zortrax M300

The Zortrax M300 is the biggest 3D printer Zortrax has ever made. It is not a replacement for the M200 model - instead, it sits alongside it in the Zortrax lineup and offers something that the M200 and Inventure do not: A huge build ar...

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