Here are the top five videos showcasing 3D printing taking place on an offshore platform.

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Welcome back to the top 5 videos of the week in the world of 3D printing! We have an exciting lineup for you today, so let’s jump right in.

First up, we have a video from Roboze, a 3D printer manufacturer. They take us on a journey to the North Sea, where we visit an offshore rig that has installed an industrial 3D printer on board. This innovation has made life easier for the rig and its crew by allowing them to fabricate replacement parts on demand and use materials that can withstand harsh weather conditions. It’s truly a game-changer for many industries, and Roboze is at the forefront of this additive manufacturing revolution.

Next, we travel to California to meet Azure, a company specializing in 3D printing homes with recycled materials. Join Kirsten Dirksen as she explores the style and construction process of these unique homes. Co-founder Ross Maguire provides insights into the modular construction style and the meticulous planning that goes into each home. You’ll be amazed at how these homes can be built in just one day and at a fraction of the cost of traditional construction methods.

In our third video from Mayku, we dive into the world of selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing and its compatibility with thermoforming. The video explains why SLS is a perfect fit for creating robust, high-quality templates for thermoforming. Mayku also shares valuable tips for those interested in utilizing this method, including how to avoid warping and choose the right materials for the best results. If you’re curious about SLS printing or looking to improve your thermoforming process, this video is a must-watch.

Moving on to the culinary side of 3D printing, we join Ashlee Vance in an episode of Hello World as he explores the world of edible 3D printed creations at LA-based Sugar Lab. If you’ve ever been skeptical about 3D printed food, this video will change your mind. Vance takes us behind the scenes to witness the creation and manufacture of these delectable treats using a custom binder jetting 3D printer. It’s a colorful and tasty experience that might just convert you into trying a 3D printed bonbon yourself.

Last but not least, we have a video from The Alementary, a brewery that combines beer and workspace organization. Blake, armed with a 3D printer and creativity, shares his novel solution to an organizational problem in the brewery. It’s a great example of how a small project can make a big difference in the workplace. So next time you enjoy a pint, take a moment to appreciate the journey it took to get from the brewery to your glass.

Which top 5 video did you enjoy the most this week? Let us know in the comments or on our social media pages. And don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter to stay updated with the latest 3D printing news. You can find all our videos on our YouTube channel.

Thank you for joining us on this 3D printing adventure, and we’ll see you next time!

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