Growshapes is proud to announce Mcor celebrated its victory of receiving the Green Award at the 3D Printshow 2014 global awards ceremony in London. Recognized for its unique eco-friendly approach to 3D printing, Mcor is repeatedly noted as being one of the most innovative 3D printers to exist.
The company was awarded for producing a stunning full color paper Durga idol that is impressive not only in detail but also for its wide array of color. Idols can now be designed in India and printed world wide from any Mcor printer which will allow people to stay further connected to their traditions.
Read more about the Durga and Mcor's victory.
Did you know Growshapes is an official Mcor reseller? Learn more about Mcor 3D Paper Printers directly on our website.
Visit us at the 3D Printer World Expo in Seattle during August 22-23! We will have a booth there, come by and check out our products.
Growshapes will be demonstrating the netfabb Pro 5.2 with Business Devevelopment Director Ulf Lundhe of netfabb as well as showcasing the latest from David Laser Scanner SLS2. On show will also be the Mcor True Color 3D printer which uses paper as the material and the Afinia desktop 3D printer.
Learn about the latest developments with netfabb software for 3D printing, including how it uses structures to create brand new materials which do not exist in nature (biomimicry), and more with Ulf Lindhe, Business Development Manager at netfabb GmbH.
It has been a year since Ulf's last presentation to our group. This is a great opportunity to find out what's new.
Some netfabb testimonials (http://www.netfabb.com/testimonial.php):
- "netfabb is a very significant development in software for design of parts for manufacturing using rapid prototyping technologies. The software frees the product development engineer from the limitations of complexity and file size in conventional CAD programs. We use the software for designing lightweight high performance ceramic structures with tailored macro and micro porosity." Andrew Jeffery, Founder and President, Viridis Innovation LLC, Boston MA, www.viridisinnovation.com
- "netfabb’s Selective Space Structures (3S) has been incredibility useful to us. It is the only software we have found to date that is capable handling and producing large net structures required for the scale of components we produce for the aerospace industry."
- “We were pleased to find netfabb a reliable and powerful software capable of producing complex lattice structures with locally tailored geometry. In the design of customized Titanium Implants, such a capability proves to be very useful in enhancing bone response and controlling the mechanical behavior of the implants. The software has very intuitive commands that enhances the creative design of structures, minimizing time and memory usage, making the production of parts with very high complexity a breeze rather more than just a possibility.” Gilbert Chahine, Research Assistant and PhD Candidate, Research Center for Advanced Manufacturing, Lyle School of Engineering, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA http://www.smu.edu/Lyle/Departments/ME/Research/RCAM.aspx
Contact growdhapes (email@example.com) for special invitation
growshapes and the soon-to-launch Silicon Valley 3D Printing Accelerator will be hosting an Open House this evening from 6:30 to 8:30pm at their Santa Clara office for the Silicon Valley chapter of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA-SV).
As part of the Open House, growshapes CEO, Geoffrey Doyle will give a brief presentation on biomimicry and industrial design. His talk will focus on how the development of new structures (or combining existing structures in new ways) enables the development of new 3D printing materials. Geoffrey will also illustrate how new structures and 3D printing technologies will dramatically impact the way prototypes and products are manufactured.
There will also be product demonstrations:
Registration information can be found here.
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