Our own Todd VanHoogstrate was featured on the 3D Printing PodCast Episode 412. Check out the site below or even better, link into the PODCAST! WTFFF? PodCAST Link
The newest Rippl3D Challenge, Volcano 1.0, is the first to demonstrate the best of what Rippl3D has to offer. Besides being a fun chemical engineering challenge, it’s design come from the combined talents of our users. The Volcano Challenge… Read More
One year after Rippl3D began, as a modest grass roots effort, we have surpassed a major milestone. At the time of this post, 1,093 unique 3D Printed solutions have been completed by 711 players that worked to solve one of the three Rippl3D Challenges…. Read More
The Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT) featured the article “Rippl3D: Bridging the Gap in 3D Print Educations” in the August 2015 addition of Additive Manufacturing. We are thrilled that the industry is recognizing the role that Rippl3D can… Read More
The NAVY will host the Rippl3D Hovercraft Challenge at the 2015 International Submarine Races at NSWCCD! Participants will learn how 3D Printers can be leveraged to teach principles for thrust and lift. GO NAVY!
The NAVY demonstrates the Rippl3D Hovercraft Challenge at the National Makers Faire. GO NAVY!
SME and the SME Student Foundation hosted the debut of the Rippl3D Wind Turbine Challenge 2.0 – Max Power! This event was fantastic and we want make a special shout out to ThingSmith (a Detroit area 3D Printing… Read More
Rippl3D was picked up by Materialise as “Ideas Worth Making”! We are thrilled that one of the major players in the 3D Printing industry has included Rippl3D in there new effort to direct teacher to meaningful ways to use… Read More
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and Rippl3D have joined forces to deliver STEM educational experiences to the nation. Rippl3D will be hosted by the SME Education Foundation at 6 National events in 2015. In addition, SME and Rippl3D… Read More