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Tyler Koslow

Tyler Koslow is a tech journalist hailing from Brooklyn, New York. His specialties include 3D printing technology, music, and anything else that happens to be shaking up everyday life. When he’s not pounding away at his computer keys, you can find Tyler riding his bicycle, playing guitar, and eating pasta. Follow @tykoslow

By Tyler Koslow

Feb 16, 2018
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Carbon Takes a Bigger Bite of the Dental Market with New Materials and Partnerships

The Silicon Valley startup Carbon announces new partnerships with DENTCA and DREVE, fortifying its position in the dental market. Through these collaborations, Carbon will introduce resins for customized dental products, including 3D printed dentures, gingiva masks, and trays.

Feb 13, 2018
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Hit the Ground Running
adidas and Carbon Announce 3D Printed AlphaEDGE 4D LTD Footwear

After the successful release of the Futurecraft 4D footwear, adidas and Carbon are collaborating once again on the newly announced AlphaEDGE 4D LTD shoe. This high-performance footwear is partially 3D printed with Carbon's groundbreaking Digital Light Synthesis technology. 

Feb 11, 2018
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Check Out This Cheap DIY Kit
Tronxy X1 3D Printer: Review the Facts Here!

In this Tronxy X1 3D Printer: Review the Facts, we take a look at the cheap DIY kit available for under $150. This 3D printer includes a 150 x 150 x 150 mm build area, aluminum frame, 0.4 mm nozzle, and a simple assembly process.

Feb 10, 2018
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One Way Ticket to Hogwarts
Weekend Project: 3D Printed Harry Potter Spectrespecs with LED Lights

Eight-year-old maker Purple Oranji turns Adafruit NeoPixel goggles into a pair of 3D printed Spectrespecs, the zany light-up shades featured in the Harry Potter movies. This weekend project is the perfect way to show your kids that a 3D printer is just as extraordinary as a magic wand. 

Feb 6, 2018
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Generative Design Time
Desktop Metal Unveils Live Parts Generative Design Tool for SOLIDWORKS

Desktop Metal is partnering with Dassault Systèmes to develop Live Parts, a new generative design tool. This new experimental technology is exclusive to SOLIDWORKS users, and aims to simplify generative design for 3D printing. 

Feb 5, 2018
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Pedaling Toward a Functional Future
Danish Engineering Students Use BigRep ONE 3D Printer to Create Functional Bicycle Design

Mechanical engineering students from the Aalborg University Esbjerg have used a BigRep ONE to 3D print a functional bike frame in one piece. PhD doctorate Peter Riddersholm Lauridsen shares an inside look at this project, and explains how 3D printing enables students to hone their engineering skills. 

Feb 4, 2018
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Weekend Project!
Weekend Project: A $20 DIY Heated DryBox for 3D Printing Filament Storage

Want to keep your filament in tip-top shape? Engineer and 3D printing enthusiast RichRap shows us how to create DIY Heated DryBox for 3D Printing filament for under $20.  

Jan 30, 2018
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Super Bowl Scan
NFL Uses HP 3D Scanning Technology to Create Customized Cleats for Players

This week, HP revealed a new partnership with the National Football League, stating that all 32 teams will adopt its FitStation 3D scanning platform to create customized cleats next season.

Jan 28, 2018
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Prints of Steel
Iro3D is Developing a Desktop Metal 3D Printer That Only Costs $5,000

The Seattle-based company iro3D is developing a desktop metal 3D printer that will cost just $5,000. The printer is reportedly capable of producing strong, high carbon steel objects, and was recently debuted on Joel Telling's "3D Printing Nerd" YouTube channel. 

Jan 27, 2018
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3D Printing on Trial: Just 3D Print Brings New Lawsuit Against 3DR Holdings

After losing the initial legal battle against 3DR Holdings over defamation allegations, Just 3D Print is taking the media company back to court in a new appeal. The controversy started after publications reported that the startup downloaded various 3D models from Thingiverse and was selling them on eBay.  

Jan 14, 2018
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Scan-tastic
Shining 3D Upgrades EinScan Scanning System, Partners With TechMed 3D

This past week at CES 2018, Shining 3D unveiled new accessories and software for its EinScan 3D scanning system. The company also announced a partnership with TechMed 3D, a leader in human body scanning technology. 

Jan 12, 2018
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CEAD Launches Industrial-Scale 3D Printer Tailored for Shipbuilding

The Netherlands-based additive manufacturing company CEAD is creating an industrial-scale 3D printer that is specifically engineered to help produce parts for ships and other maritime vessels. 

Jan 11, 2018
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Your Kodak Moment (in 3D)
Kodak and Twindom Unveil Full Body 3D Scanner at CES 2018

At CES 2018, Eastman Kodak Company and its brand licensee Twindom revealed the KODAK Full Body 3D Scanner. The mobile 3D scanner produces high resolutions scans that can be 3D printed in full color. 

Jan 8, 2018
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Case in Print
Carbon Partners With Incase to Push the Boundaries of Mobile Device Protection

The design-driven device protection solutions producer Incase is partnering with Carbon, using the 3D printing company's Digital Light Synthesis to manufacture protective device solutions with complex lattice structures that are both lightweight and impact-resistant. 

Dec 28, 2017
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Your Way Or The Highway
MINI Launches 3D Printing Service to Offer Customized Car Accessories

The automotive company MINI has launched MINI Yours Customised, a new 3D printing service that will allow customers to design custom interior and exterior trim pieces and have them 3D printed for their car.