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Victor Anusci

Born in Paris in a family originating from Poland, Victor Anusci develops an early passion for the digital arts while working in his father’s photographic studio. In 2002, he moves to Haifa, Israel, where he begins collaborating with newspapers and websites specializing in photography. During this time he develops a passion for 3D printing technologies, which has led him to join the team at All3DP.com

By Victor Anusci

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Apr 3, 2015
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Experiencing art through 3D printing
A touch of art for the visually impaired

3D printing helps visually impaired people to experience art. If you want to know what this has to do with soccer shoes, you should read on.

Mar 30, 2015
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3D Printing in schools

It is now more imperative than ever that schools educate their students about the emerging digital fabrication technologies, especially those of the "additive kind" (i.e. 3D printing) that are going to fundamentally change the world and the way we manufacture our goods.

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Mar 29, 2015
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Kid-safe 3D printer
A bonsai 3D printer for the next generation of creatives

3D printer manufacturer BonsaiLab has children specifically in mind for their new BS Toy 3D printer.

Mar 28, 2015
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Italian Design
3D Printed in Italy with Style

Leveraging its 3D printing expertise, italian company HSL created the .exnovo brand for home decorations, and .bijouets is for personal accessories.

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Mar 27, 2015
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3D printed Minecraft scenarios
Print your Minecraft scenario

Mar 27, 2015
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3d printed food
Chew on this: 3D printed bubble gum

The gumlab.uk team prints chewing gum, overcoming quite a few material related issues. Mellon smell with Strawberry taste in the shape of a heart, anyone?

Mar 26, 2015
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Investing in 3D printing
How to invest in 3D printing stock (Part 4)

Software giants and leading 3D printer manufacturers are some of the most interesting companies in 3D printing. If you want to invest in 3D printing, you should also know these companies.

Mar 21, 2015
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Investing in 3D printing
How to invest in 3D printing stock (Part 3)

Behind Stratasys and 3D Systems, a number of publicly traded companies are making waves in the 3D printing industry though the stock market is now skeptical.

Mar 18, 2015
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Review: Autodesk 123 Sculpt+
Autodesk 123D Sculpt+ Review

Autodesk 123D Sculpt+ is a 3D sculpting app for smartphones and tablets that finally gets digital sculpting tools in the hands of those who are not design professionals.

Mar 17, 2015
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Investing in 3D printing
How to invest in 3D printing stock (Part 2)

Shapeways, Sculpteo, i.Materialise, Rinkak and 3D Hubs ship professional 3D printed goods to consumers. Here’s what you must know about their pros and cons.

Mar 16, 2015
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Autodesk 123D Design Review: Powerful & Simple

It is a powerful, yet relatively simple to use 3D creation and editing tool. For more details, read this Autodesk's 123D Design review.

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Mar 14, 2015
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Review Autodesk 123D Circuits
Autodesk 123D Circuits Review

123D Circuits is a online circuit development and simulation tool. Autodesk offers it free of charge from the official 123DApp website - here’s our review.

Mar 13, 2015
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Review Autodesk 123D Make
123D Make reviewed

Autodesk's 123D Make lets you create 3D objects by assembling parts made of cardboard or other stiff materials that can be digitally cut.

Mar 10, 2015
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Autodesk Spark ecosystem
Autodesk is betting $100 million to spark up the future of manufacturing

Autodesk’s Spark will be a complete ecosystem, where 3D software, 3D imaging and 3D printing companies work together, leveraging on each other’s strengths to reach millions of people.

Mar 2, 2015
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3D Printed Robohand
E-Nabling Everyone to Give a 3D Printed Hand

e-Nable lets you make hand prostheses at a total cost of about 50 euro, that is the cost of the plastic material plastic to be used in any home 3D printer.

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