John Dogru, the co-founder and chief architect of Secured3d, will be speaking at next week’s Additive Disruption Summit in San Francisco. Taking place on March 24-26 at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel, this event brings together some of the best and brightest minds in the 3d printing world for a 3-day conference on the state of the 3d printing industry and where it’s heading.
John will be speaking on the closing panel of the summit: 3D IP: Digital Fabrication and Intellectual Property Paradigms alongside Espen Sivertsen, CEO, Type A Machines and Andre Wegner of Authentise, Inc.
More information on the event can be found here: http://www.infocastinc.com/events/add-dis
Image via Additive Disruption Summit
We’re looking for beta testers for an Open Source version of our cloud 3D Printing services! This community version of our cloud service will enable delivery of 3D models directly to 3D printers from our public 3D Cloud.
It will be now be possible to connect to 3D Printers using Open Source Software clients and hardware like Arduino boards, Raspberry Pi, or Cubieboard. Our community version also allows printing through 3D printers embedded with open firmware and also through a Google Chrome Browser Plug-In.
NB! If you are willing to be a beta-tester, please contact us.
How the 3D Open Cloud works
Just imagine, you, as a creative designer could distribute your perfect product securely to any customer worldwide with a click of a button. Secured3D launched the first democratized distributed manufacturing cloud based system which allows any 3D designer to sign up for free, and within minutes securely distribute the intended product to 3D printers globally.
Distributed manufacturing with 3D printers has been somewhat of a dream for many years, until today. For the last 30 years, 3D printers have been mainly used to prototype designs, with the intent of producing proof of concepts which may or may not be produced before analyzing the business case. The barrier of entry for a designer to take his or her idea, and produce a working product required large invests into tooling a factory for production. No more! The playing field has been leveled and anyone now with Secured3D can instantly have the same competitive advantage of a large name brand overnight.
Secured3D was honored to be hosted by the 3D Print Show last minute, and positioned right in the middle of the event — between Makerbot, Ultimaker, Shapeways, and Adobe.
We would like to thank everyone at the 3D Print Show for making this happen and a special thanks to James Shaw for coordinating everything so smoothly.
This is probably the best 3D printing event, for one very simple reason. It brings together the most creative designers from both the art and science world into one place.
The latency and cost for a creative designer to develop a product and push it into production has now been eliminated. This truly is a disruptive moment and we look forward to working with more designers, printer manufacturers, and hubs in making this a reality.
The Secured3D Team
Here are more photos from the show. Enjoy !
Distributed Manufacturing with 3D Printers
Secured3d 3D Print Show New York 2014
Secured3D – At the center of 3D printed distributed manufacturing
This year 3D Printers will be even less expensive for small and medium enterprises, and iTunes model for 3D printing will be really working. See full article: http://www.cossa.ru/articles/211/63817/
3D Print Expo in Moscow is quite amazing conference, where many Russian 3D printer manufacturers were presented. They are working hard on good quality, comparably cheap and easy to use 3D printers. Remarkable and promising are Space Monkey, PrintBox3D One and Picaso 3D Designer. On the Chocolate Festival guys presented budget Chocolate 3D printer.
On the first day of conference my speech on Security and Protection of Intellectual Property in 3D Printing made people think differently, as this is a real problem that exist. Currently home users market is not interested in any kind of protection, people in Russia used to get these kind of things for free, however when in comes to industry, medical applications and avionics, these guys are more than concerned : )
Chocolate 3D Printer
3D Printed Cathedral
3D Print Expo Moscow
Last week we were 3D scanning & then 3D printing participants of a great event Innovation Leadership and Growth. Microsoft Kinect, Skanect software, Makerbot Replicator 2 and 2X were used. Protection of scanned 3D models was ensured by Secured3D streaming solution.
Prepared models in MakerWare