A funny thing happened on the way to our supposedly 3D-printed future: A simpler, older, but no less revolutionary technology made its way into every automated factory on earth, and now it's coming to a garage near you.
"Using custom software that simulates crystal growth, Nervous System create an organic pattern for the puzzle pieces, then carve them into plywood using a laser cutter. For the series, they’ve collaborated with some of our favorite digital artists to create vibrant and engaging designs that are as much art as they are toy."
"So, what is FLUX? It's a very promising and intriguing desktop Delta 3D printer, whose versatility, abilities and price tag will doubtlessly turn quite a few heads in the 3D printing community.
As the team behind the FLUX reveals, this multi-functional 3D printer combines FDM (otherwise known as FFF) 3D printing technology with user-friendliness, simplicity and a theoretically unlimited amount of create functions like 3D scanning, laser-cutting etc. And what's more, they are aiming at private users through a compact, manageable and cool design, along with a relatively modest price tag in the region of $499 (early bird special) to $680. Doesn't sound terrible, right?"
Et si vous pouviez désormais choisir votre essence de bois et faire travailler les artisans locaux, pour obtenir vos meubles en kit favoris à un prix abordable ? Le site OpenDesk propose le partage de designs de meubles, avec des fichiers open-source destinés aux outils de découpe numériques.
"For desktop designers, consumer-grade 3-D printers are nothing short of revolutionary. But the technology is still fairly crude, limited to producing “low-resolution” shapes made out of plastic. What’s next? There are a host of new tools coming down the pike that promise to radically improve both the form and function of the stuff you can print, from chess pieces to chocolate."
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