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By George Hart for the Museum of Mathematics The rise of personal rapid prototyping machines, such as the Makerbot, RepRap, or Fab@Home, allows one to make a variety of geometric models. Polyhedral models, such as this 5 cm ABS dodecahedron,...
Just as simple web publishing tools enabled the rise of the citizen journalist and the disruption of traditional media models, 3D printing could herald an era of citizen design (RT @GoodeInk: #3Dprinting sparks the rise of the citizen designer...
Designed on computer screens and then built layer by layer in industrial 3D printing machines, these intricate trinkets are eliciting all the head-turning excitement of a Maserati roaring along La Croisette during the Cannes Film Festival. Lisa Harouni, whose company Digital Forming is bringing 3D printing to high-street fashion brands and consumer product designers, has just convinced even the most skeptical investors here that something transformative is about to happen to the whole business of making things.
FILTON, just outside Bristol, is where Britain’s fleet of Concorde supersonic airliners was built. I n a building near a wind tunnel on the same sprawling site, something even more remarkable is being created.
Today's Big I is all about 3D Printing. A company called Makerbot is out with an open source, 3d printer called Thing-O-Matic. Basically, you can print 3D objects just like a regular printer prints text on a piece of paper. Click here to check out the Makerbot website.
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