What’s old but new and black all over?

27 February 2014

Okay, actually this isn’t the start of a particularly poor pun. Rather a return to pinhole photography has been launched by a nostalgic enthusiast who is literally breaking the mould by using 3D printers to produce the cameras. The project was launched late last year using the crowd-funding programme Kickstarter to provide the capital, thundering past the initial $1,200 goal.

Around the same time, word was out on Youtube about how a concerned parent made his son a prosthetic hand using 3D printed parts, at a fraction of the price of a regular prosthetic.

Now, the technology has moved forwards again, with what is hailed as the world’s first full-colour, multi-material machine. The Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 lets you incorporate numerous solid colours and hundreds of blended hues into one prototype, as well as hundreds of composite materials blended within the machine.

Andrew Sirs-Davies of London Fusion, a company supporting growth in digital businesses, stated that ‘3D printing is at the forefront of what people are increasingly describing as the third digital revolution.’

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