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The first ever 3D Printed Rocket Engine sees flight

Friday, May 30, 2014 by Alexander Oster

In this mind-blowing presentation, Elon Musk unveils SpaceX's newest spaceship, the Dragon 2. It is made for bringing up to 7 people up in space, and can reenter the atmosphere while landing vertical on a landing site.

This makes it the first fully reusuable spaceship, and is another building block for a dramatic cost decrease in space travel which will get in in reach of millions of people.

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Release of netfabb Professional 5.1.1

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 by Charlie Luzolo

Heard about our free update to netfabb Professional 5 yet?

netfabb Professional 5.1.1 is out and it brings along neat new features to make the usage of netfabb Professional even easier (Yes, this IS possible, indeed!).
This upgrade comes absolutely free for the smart owners of netfabb Professional 5 and delivers...

1. Advanced cutting with tolerances, round corners and multiple polygons
2. A simplified 3-step labeling process (enter or load text – place and adjust – apply!). Also possible for multiple labels
3. Display of your various part names next to them for better identification on the platform
4. Direct import of VRML files


Sounds good? Go ahead and get your free update now to and get ready to boost your AM, RP and 3D Printing experience with netfabb!

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How will 3D Printing affect our lives and our childrens

Friday, May 23, 2014 by Alexander Oster

About a month ago, Geoffrey Doyle - CEO of our Silicon Valley partner GrowShapes - gave this excellent talk in which he delightfully presents our shared vision of the future.

If you have a spare hour, it is worth watching every minute.

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