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Happy #WorldNutellaDay!!

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Happy #WorldNutellaDay!!

10 years ago, American blogger, Sara Rosso, changed the world - She loved Nutella so much that she just had to make it an ‘official’ holiday.

Happy #WorldNutellaDay!

Friday, February 5th, any Discov3ry Paste Extruder order placed through Amazon.com or the Structur3D Store will receive a free jar of Nutella (375g) as our gift to you AND FREE shipping. Offer ends at 11:59pm ET. 

 

 

 

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Discov3ry Production Update #11 - World Maker Faire NYC 2014

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Discov3ry Production Update #11 - World Maker Faire NYC 2014

Structur3d Printing was at World Maker Faire in New York City over the weekend to demonstrate our Discov3ry technology to over 80,000 Makers.  We had an amazing weekend - we met backers, 3D printed some new paste materials, and made tons of new friends.

We were even featured across Canada in the media for our journey to NYC and our 3D printing of Nutella and other gooey goodness. Sweet.

We were able to manufacture Discov3ry Serial #1 just in time for the weekend with great reception.  We had several of our backers stop by to say hi and the opportunity to get a closeup of what they will be receiving. (One special backer made the trip from Chicago just to see us, thank you!) 

We were even chosen by MAKE  for TWO of their editors choice awards - one fromAlice Hill, Managing Director of Maker Media Online, and Anna Kaziunas France, Digital Fabrication Editor at MAKE. Thanks Alice and Anna!

Overall the weekend was a huge success for Structur3d Printing and our vision of expanding the materials available for additive manufacturing.

To see a little bit more of our weekend in New York, we have put together a short Clipter video in and around our space as well as an album of photos from the event.

We are also proud to announce that winner of the Discov3ry give away for the event was Chris Gallizzi. We will be in touch via email to collect more details. Congratulations!

A side note, we also slipped up on announcing our Discov3ry extruder giveaway winner from Detroit, congrats Ted Vandenberg. Sorry for the delay.

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Survey Results: Which Pastes People are Most Excited About and Weekly Production Update #7

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Survey Results: Which Pastes People are Most Excited About and Weekly Production Update #7

This update is jam packed with images and info. Enjoy!

I've been looking forward to digging into the survey responses for a while now. The biggest question on my mind was, "What pastes are people excited about 3D printing with?"

The most interesting question was definitely "What Types Of Materials Do You Intend To Print With Using The Discov3ry Paste Extruder"?

Here's what we found out when we looked at the responses:

(Feel free to share that photo wherever you like to go to chat about 3D printing)

More discussion (and pictures) about the data can be found on our blog.

 

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The 10 Most Anticipated Pastes for 3D Printing

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The 10 Most Anticipated Pastes for 3D Printing

Word Cloud of Kickstarter Survey on Paste 3D Printing Materials (feel free to share this image)

Word Cloud of Kickstarter Survey on Paste 3D Printing Materials (feel free to share this image)

10. Conductive Inks (like the Bare Conductive we 3D printed)

9. Polyurethane (its great for gasket applications)

8. Wood Filler 

7. Ceramics

6. Nutella (we printed at Maker Faire Bay Area in 2014)

5. Clays

4. Sugar (our May the Fourth Cake Toppers)

3. Chocolate

2. Silicone...

'DAP Crystal Clear 3.0 Kitchen, Bath, and Plumbing Silicone' from the Local Hardware Store

'DAP Crystal Clear 3.0 Kitchen, Bath, and Plumbing Silicone' from the Local Hardware Store


We would love to hear what you would like to #ExtrudeExperimentExplore. Please share your PASTES in the comments or submit via http://bit.ly/pastesurvey


Reporting the Data (like good scientists)

A Breakdown of the Results for  Kickstarter Survey on Paste 3D Printing Materials

A Breakdown of the Results for Kickstarter Survey on Paste 3D Printing Materials

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