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adidas uses Carbon’s “tunable” lattice to replace foam


Carbon’s technology is changing the way products are being created. By partnering with Carbon, adidas was able to develop the Futurecraft 4D midsole that will allow adidas to tune cushioning properties throughout the shoe, and ultimately provide bespoke athletic footwear. This lattice innovation, enabled by Digital Light Synthesis™, was previously impossible through traditional midsole manufacturing methods.

Print with gradients and give your creative ideas a new dimension with the new da Vinci Jr 2.0 Mix

The world's leading 3D printing company, XYZprinting, announces the release of its latest 3D printer model, the da Vinci Jr 2.0 Mix. It’s the brand’s first printer that enables users to print with gradients! Simply load two different coloured PLA filaments into the machine and use them with the new dual feed nozzle to create an object that gradually changes from one colour to another.

Royal Mail launches 3D printing trial with iMakr

· Royal Mail customers will be able to enter the world of 3D printing at one of Royal Mail's Central London delivery offices
· Royal Mail is trialling the new service with 3D printing specialists iMakr to gauge customer interest in the growing technology
· The pilot will run from Monday 8 December at the New Cavendish Street delivery office, near Oxford Street
· Customers will be able to purchase a range of ready-to-print items from MyMiniFactory.com and royalmail.com to have printed, and delivered by Royal Mail
· Alternatively, they can bring in their own designs to print in the delivery office or at the iMakr store


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