This is Daniel Ratai of Leonar3do International, who invented Leonardo device that allows 3D modelers to easily create 3D models. Hailing from Hungary, this young fella shows how making a 3D modeling does not have to be an arduous task.
For more info, check out www.leonar3do.com
This is Maxim Lobovsky, one of the co-founders of Formlabs, which launched their 3D printer on Kickstarter.com. Their approach to printing 3D objects is stereo-lithography, which yield much smoother surface on objects printed than any other competing technology in the desktop 3D printing.
This is Bre Pettis of MakerBot, talking about desktop home 3D printing.
Mcor Technologies, an Irish company came out with a 3D printer called Mcor IRIS that prints full-color 3D objects using ordinary office paper. While not affordable to home 3D modeler/maker, this 3D printer would most likely be useful to architects or wealthy artists.
Here is Darryl of GoMeasure3D, talking about their 3D scanners to scan objects in order to bring into 3D software to be able to change them in any way possible before exporting them to 3D printing or even to 3D animation software for making 3D cartoons.
Here is Bruce of StrataSys talking about their professional-grade 12-micron layer-thickness 3D print capable printers.
Meet Todd, who has been a 3D printing evangelist since the early 2000’s. In this video he’s talking about the exciting tech times we are living in, as well as what to expect from 3D printing in the near future. You can learn more about Todd’s 3D creations on www.custom3dstuff.com