Can you imagine what the Sistine Chapel looked like before…
Since the birth of 3D printing, car manufacturers from around the world have been quick to embrace the technology, adapting it for everything from creating car parts to entire vehicles.
When architects use 3D printing they are able to combine the realism of a physical object with the precision of a virtual 3D model, but what are the other main reasons why they love 3D printing?
The art world has quickly adopted 3D printing. From 3D printed musical instruments (such as drum kits & guitars) to ballet shoes, 3D printing is leaving its mark on the arts.
An increased understanding of head injuries in American football has, in recent years, inspired the NFL to work to solve the problem. Could 3D printing offer a potential solution?
Ogle’s customers will benefit from greater capacity, speed and accuracy following major investment into pioneering equipment.
A revolutionary racket handle is set to grip the tennis world thanks to Ogle.
A Hertfordshire prototyping company have teamed up with a university…
3D Printing offers seemingly unlimited possibilities to designers and companies, but there are still a number of hurdles 3D printing must overcome before it becomes a key player in the fashion industry at large.
As 3D printing continues to evolve, so does its role within the healthcare industry.
Ogle explores the benefits it brings to the sector.
There are many surprising ways 3D printing is currently being used. Here are Ogle’s current top 5.