Three Videos: Syntensity, 3D Print, Seamless3D


Rain Effect 

This video shows the rain effect that is currently being developed in Syntensity, the open source engine for 3D.


3D Printing Video
 
Another amazing video from Shapeways that shows how is the process for 3D printing in the “White, Strong & Flexible” material - the strongest thermoplastic material. The material is a polyamide 12, powder. The machine used is an EOS Formiga P100 SLS machine. SLS stands for Selective Laser Sintering and this is the 3D printing process used by the Formiga.


Seamless3D 2.161 

This video explains the new release of Seamless in action, in the words of its creator, Thyme.

-Jordi R. Cardona-


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