Tag: 3D-printing

Feb 26

3D printing for biomimetic surfers

Roy Stuart is a renowned board builder in New Zealand. His technics, essentially manual, remain time consuming. With the help of 3D printing, the craftsman produced a new fin design in only 2 months. New Zealand has several reasons to benefit from 3D printing : its remote location, the lack of certain industries and a …

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Mar 30

3D printing at the library

Just like other industrialised countries, New-Zealand is growing a “Do it yourself” culture of its own. Wellington has for instance its maker space, so does Auckland, for now relegated to a small room of the main town library. I have attended to one of the workshops dedicated to 3D printing last february. You can’t possibly …

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