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todd@3dprinterworld.com
Todd is an accomplished writer and photographer who is fascinated by all things technological. His work has been published by the Associated Press, The Grand Rapids Press, Advance Newspapers, HBO and the Chicago Tribune. He also has worked as a technical writer and developer for Fortune 500 companies such as BAAN, Steelcase and Corning, Inc. Todd graduated from Michigan State University.

 

Articles

AMAZE, Metals Aimed at Printing a Satellite In One Piece

The AMAZE project brings together 28 institutions to develop new metal components which are lighter, stronger and cheaper than conventional parts.

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Robots May Build Your Next Garage – Minibuilders 3D Printing From Cornell

There are already a host of projects aimed at using 3D printing for large-scale construction, and all the various solutions use what are basically a "cake decorating" approach to depositing...

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MakerBot and MODO Team Up

MakerBot, the desktop 3D printing stalwarts, and The Foundry, a global CG software provider, are working together to develop integration of MODO and the MakerBot 3D printing platform...

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A Roman Garden On Your Desktop – 3D Printed Landscape Design Exhibit miNiATURE

Jo Thompson came of age surrounded by beautiful gardens as she grew up in Rome, and her current work harkens back to the memories she cherished of those lovely Italian gardens...

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Hung-Chih Peng And Noah's Ark – A 100,000-piece 3D Printed Sculpture

It's the work of thirty 3D printers dedicated to an artist's vision, and while it's not quite complete, it will have consumed over 1,200 pounds of filament and be more than 26 feet long when... [read more]