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To showcase their new flexible filament, 3D printer manufacturer Bigrep fabricated a 3D printed airless bicycle tire and took it for a spin on the streets of Berlin.
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.
All3DP visits BigRep in Berlin to check out the new BigRep Studio 3D printer (and also play with some gigantic fidget spinners).
Design students from Braunschweig University of Art and Audi reinvent the car seat with a dynamic 3D printed structure named Concept Breathe.
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The new Pro Flex filament is a world first for the large-scale FDM industry, according to 3D printer manufacturer BigRep.
Big Air meets Big Printing. BigRep and Etihad Airways Engineering announce plans to collaborate on developing next generation additive manufacturing solutions for the aerospace industry.
BigRep, the 3D printing technology startup, and BASF are forming a strategic alliance to speed up the wholesale introduction of 3D printing into industry.
Berlin startup BigRep is partnering up with Heidelberg Digital Platforms for production of the BigRep STUDIO large-scale 3D printer.
All3DP collaborates with BigRep GmbH to create the world's biggest fidget spinner that is fully 3D printed (yes, even the bearing!)
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All3DP.com talked to Amir Fattal, BigRep GmbH, about his perspective on the 3D design and printing industry - today and tomorrow.