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3D-printed monster: Invade Comic-Con 2014

By: Legacy Effects
Subject(s): Efectos especiales | Impresión 3D | Tecnología In: Machine Design Vol.86, No.11, 2014: página 16Abstract: A team of engineers and designers, including 3D printing experts from Stratasys Ltd., Eden Prairie, Minn., put their heads together to concoct an eye-popping attraction for the 2014 Comic-Con International show in San Diego. What emerged from the lab was a 14-ft monster, complete with chest armor. It also carries video and sensor capabilities that let the giant character interact with the crowds."The main advantage to 3D printing was in going directly from a concept design to the final physical part," said Jason Lopes, lead systems engineer at Legacy Effects. "This lets us avoid any interpretation by hand or casting in a different material."
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A team of engineers and designers, including 3D printing experts from Stratasys Ltd., Eden Prairie, Minn., put their heads together to concoct an eye-popping attraction for the 2014 Comic-Con International show in San Diego. What emerged from the lab was a 14-ft monster, complete with chest armor. It also carries video and sensor capabilities that let the giant character interact with the crowds."The main advantage to 3D printing was in going directly from a concept design to the final physical part," said Jason Lopes, lead systems engineer at Legacy Effects. "This lets us avoid any interpretation by hand or casting in a different material."

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