March 09, 2016
Here’s an except from their article:
Wan, of the 3D printing site Redicubricks, has caught our attention before with his incredible 3D designs, which include an intricate bike model and a beautifully detailed steampunk Iron Man prosthetic hand.
His completed mini-bombs are just as impressive as his other work, particularly for someone with admittedly no real knowledge about the interior structures of nuclear bombs. Both the hollow nuke and the cross section were printed in Ultimaker Metallic Silver PLA, and then painted with Liquid Mask, a rubbery, peelable substance that allows for the creation of a weathered, chipped-paint look. The finished products look like very real, rusty, weatherbeaten metal.
Read the full post here.
January 20, 2020
January 08, 2020
In 2017 Innofil3D was acquired by BASF as part of BASF 3D Printing Solutions. In 2018 the first filaments under the BASF Ultrafuse brand were launched. Now for the next step, to move Forward and let go of the Innofil3D name.
December 17, 2019
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