open3DP’s 3D printing recipes
Open3DP’s Recipes are a really nice resource for those interested in experimenting with different materials for 3D printing. There’s a little bit of everything in there, from glass to porcelain to sugar.
Open3dp is a website hosted by the Solheim Rapid Prototyping Laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department on the University of Washington campus. Its purpose is to disseminate information and foster a community of people interested in an open sharing of 3D printing information.
Below is “Printing Ceramics,” a video featuring the work of the Solheim Rapid Prototyping/ Rapid Manufacturing Lab, specifically the work of Professor Mark Ganter, as well as the experimental art of Doctoral Student Meghan Trainor.