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This 3D Printing our Future:Now talk and visual presentation was given to delegates at the IMI 3D Workshop held at 3M Buckley Innovation Centre on 17th March 2015. \ud \ud The event was hosted by 3Mbuckley Innovation Centre for IMI plc a global engineering company, 3M, and leading 3D additive manufacturing technology providers: EOS, Renishaw and HK 3D printing to disseminate and share their experience on the latest 3D additive design and manufacturing technologies available to the engineering and product industries. \ud \ud The 3D Printing our Future:Now talk and visual presentation provided an overview of art, design & architecture research, creative practice, and enterprise & innovation specifically using 3D additive technologies within the School of Art, Design & Architecture and research groups at the University of Huddersfield. \ud \ud The talk focused on introducing the importance of creative design research practice and how 3D printing has evolved as an increasingly essential and highly versatile tool in the creative process particularly for concept, physical visualisation, prototyping , tooling and manufacture. \ud \ud Nine research cases were shown to the 3M/IMI delegates to highlight the range of 3D art, concept design, prototyping, and manufacturing projects supported by University of Huddersfield 3D printing technology facilities at Queen Street Studios.
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    • 9. Daniel Hughes-McGrail. 3D Patrick Stewart bust, Sourced from Shapeways. www.shapeways.com/shops/danhughesmcgrail-digitalsculpture
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    • 11. 3D printed apartment by Peter Ebner; http://www.3ders.org/articles/20140407-students-build-3d-printed-mobile-mini-house.html
    • 12. 3D printed chassis bearers, brake calipers and bogie for Institute of Railway Research (IRR) printed in SADA 3D printing lab at University of Huddersfield. Images courtesy of Dr. Phillip Shackleton Senior Research Fellow Institute of Railway Research.
    • 13. Unver, Ertu, Howard, Chris and Swann, David (2013) Design & Development of Scalp Cooling Cap. In: Smart Scalp Cooling Symposium, 3M Buckley Innovation Centre , Huddersfield, UK. http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/17743/ http://www.paxman-coolers.co.uk/news
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