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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

X-Winder, Aerospace Technology on Your Desktop

Within the context of a 3D printing discussion, you think of 'filament' as the string-like raw material used to feed a print head. But the principals behind X-Winder see it a different way. Filament winding, a technique for fabricating and manufacturing...

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Remaking Marcel Duchamp's Chess Set

Marcel Duchamp was a painter, sculptor, writer, provocateur and not coincidentally, a chess player. Though his work is often most identified with the Dadaism of the times...

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Ten 3D Printed Houses in a Day

How do you build 10 fully self-contained homes in under 24 hours? If you're WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co., you fire up a monumental 3D printing device which uses concrete...

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Enough Is More Than Enough – Taylor Hokanson Creates 3D Printed Frustration Flatware

You've surely come away from a meal at some point still hungry. Not necessarily for more food, but perhaps for more pleasure from the experience of eating.

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Graphene 3D and Taulman to Create Graphene-Enhanced Nylon Printing Material

Graphene 3D and Taulman 3D LLC say they plan to co-develop a graphene-enhanced nylon material for 3D printing. Both companies say this new material, Nylon 680 has been in development... [read more]