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3D Printing Milestone – Print Your Own Replacement Parts

3D Printing Milestone – Print Your Own Replacement Parts | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
I learned recently that a Swedish company called Teenage Engineering has started offering its customers 3D View original post here: 3D Printing Milestone – Print Your Own Replacement Parts...
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Jabón de lengua » No Puedo Creer

Jabón de lengua » No Puedo Creer | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Gadgets, noticias, inventos y regalos para frikis y geeks (Jabón de lengua http://t.co/wyhKA96k...)...
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Seth Godin, "Art and Science and Making Things" at World Maker Faire 2012

Seth Godin made some harsh claims in an energetic speech, both praising Maker Faire and indicting the way industrialism has influenced our society. But without some of the things he targeted, the maker movement's most exciting creations may never have existed.


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3ders.org - Tutorial: Designing Jewelry ring for a 3D printer with Blender and Netfabb | 3D Printing news

3ders.org - Tutorial: Designing Jewelry ring for a 3D printer with Blender and Netfabb | 3D Printing news | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
In this tutorial below Mikee Rice shows you how to build jewelry ring ready for 3D printing from scratch.
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Buy Electronic Kits, Help HackerMoms

Buy Electronic Kits, Help HackerMoms | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Chris “Akiba” Wang of Freaklabs and Tokyo Hackerspace is the brother of Mothership HackerMoms co-founder Sho Sho Smith, and he’s offering a couple of cool kits from his online store to support HackerMoms’ Kickstarter campaign.
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Make-a-tronik

Make-a-tronik | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
No olvides visitar el blog para enterarte de nuevas noticias tecnológicas http://t.co/6nLcafE5 entra y suscribete a la fuente RSS...
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3D printable folding Arduino lab

3D printable folding Arduino lab | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
A versatile case to keep your next Arduino project protected and organized.
This folding Arduino case was designed by Jason Welsh. It holds an Arduino and a breadboard, and it has two drawers for all the parts you need for your project.
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Taller: Fabricación Digital - FabLab

Taller: Fabricación Digital - FabLab | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
RT @escuelab: te imaginas "imprimiendo objetos en 3d"? <- es posible! -> mañana Sáb 3/11 en @escuelab! -> descubre qué es fablab!
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3-D printing enters the fourth dimension

3-D printing enters the fourth dimension | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it

Saul Schleimer, a mathematician at the University of Warwick, and Henry Segerman, a mathematician at the University of Melbourne, are the co-creators of the Thirty Cell puzzle. They are both theoretical math researchers who also enjoy using 3-D printing—a technique for manufacturing a three-dimensional object from a computer program—to create mathematical art and visualizations. (In August, Scientific American featured some of Segerman’s sculptures in a slide show from the Bridges math-art conference.) This puzzle is a projection of a four-dimensional shape into our three-dimensional world. To explain how the projection was created, Schleimer brings it down a dimension and starts with a three-dimensional cube. Imagine a cube sitting inside a sphere. Now put yourself at the middle, holding a flashlight. The light projects all the edges and vertices out to the surface of the sphere. “We replace the usual cube that we know and love with a roundy cube on the sphere,” says Schleimer. This process is called radial projection.

 

Segerman and Schleimer use the company Shapeways to print their models. They use programs such as Python, Adobe Illustrator and Rhino to create files of an object that they send to Shapeways to translate into very precise 3-D models. Shapeways uses the computer files to program a laser to fuse powders into the shape of a 3-D object. It can even print objects with multiple interlinked components, such as the the fidget above. Another popular type of 3D printer, MakerBot, melts new layers of a material over previously deposited ones, so the models must be supported during the entire process. Shapeways doesn’t have that constraint, but its printers are more expensive. The company lets people upload their models and then ships the printed material out to them, rather than having users own printers themselves.

 

 


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Ceramic Printing – Design Lab Workshop

Ceramic Printing – Design Lab Workshop | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it

 

 

Peters developed the 3D-printed ceramic bricks after participating in a six-week residency program at the European Ceramic Work Centre. His research examined the process of creating “ceramics at the scale of architecture” while working with fixed limitations such as storage systems and the size of a desktop 3D printer. Peters investigated various applications for ceramic during his residency, including using it to create interlocking bricks and stackable honeycomb bricks.

 

He tested fabrication methods, specifically focusing on the uniformity of bricks printed multiple times and variations in relation to a specific form (such as a dome). The bricks were printed from a liquid slipcast earthenware recipe; the only necessary modification was a custom extrusion head, an easy addition for most printers, according to the designer.

For his next research project, Peters plans to explore other materials. “It doesn’t have to be necessarily ceramic,” he explains. “It could be concrete or cement or any mixture of building materials.”

 

http://designlabworkshop.com/introducing-building-bytes/

 


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Kiosk 2.0 — Mobile 3D Printing - 3D Printing Industry

Kiosk 2.0 — Mobile 3D Printing - 3D Printing Industry | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Belgian design studio, Unfold will be demonstrating Kiosk 2.0, a new concept for bringing 3D printing and 3d scanning technologies to a wider audience.
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Molecular 3D bioprinting could mean getting drugs through email « Jakajima English language

Molecular 3D bioprinting could mean getting drugs through email...
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Drive a DC Motor With Arduino DUE

Drive a DC Motor With Arduino DUE | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
 
We are proud to show you a tutorial about using an Arduino Motor Shield with the  Arduino Due. This example shows the simplest thing you can do: driving a DC motor forward and backwards.
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Twitter / dimensionext: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: The ...

RT @dimensionext INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: The 3DPrint Copyright Fightback - DIMENSIONEXT BLOG: http://t.c... http://t.co/Ye46RK7H #3dprint...
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3D Printed Accessories

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3D designers are creating fashionable items like cufflinks and other small wearable items using online fabrication services.


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New in the Maker Shed: Arduino Mini R05

New in the Maker Shed: Arduino Mini R05 | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Arduino recently updated their small form-factor Arduino Mini and it's now shipping from the Maker Shed.
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100% Printed Plane (Rubberband Powered) by JDCUBED - Thingiverse

100% Printed Plane (Rubberband Powered) by JDCUBED - Thingiverse | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC.
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New 3D printing technique using robotic arms and UV cured resin

New 3D printing technique using robotic arms and UV cured resin | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Using a moving print bed for large-scale printing.
Phantom Geometry, winner of the new Gehry Prize thesis award, is a project by students from the Southern California Institute of Architecture.
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3D Printing Coral Reefs

3D Printing Coral Reefs | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Coral reefs are an important part of the world’s ecosystem. Made from calcium carbonate, these structures occupy less than 0.1% of the ocean’s surface but provide sanctuary to 25% of the world’s marine species.
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Novedades Arduino 2012 - David Cuartielles - Arduino Barcamp ZgZ 2012

David Cuartielles nos presenta las últimas novedades del mundo Arduino que están llegando a la comunidad, como el Arduino Due, Robot Arduino o Arduino Mega A...
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3D printing products at home is "cheaper than shopping"

3D printing products at home is "cheaper than shopping" | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it

"Consumers can save money by printing products at home rather than shopping for them, according to designer Janne Kyttanen."


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OpenSCAD Joint Connectors v1.0 by MakerBlock - Thingiverse

OpenSCAD Joint Connectors v1.0 by MakerBlock - Thingiverse | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC. (THINGALERT OpenSCAD Joint Connectors v1.0: Parametric OpenSCAD joint connectors.
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3D Printing Contributing to Underwater Conservation - 3D Printing Industry

3D Printing Contributing to Underwater Conservation - 3D Printing Industry | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Construction-scale 3D printers have been used experimentally to create artificial reefs, which are essential for conservation work in many parts of the world (A great app -> #3DPrinting Contributing to Underwater Conservation
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3D Printing — Barriers to Adoption (Part 4)

3D Printing — Barriers to Adoption (Part 4) | Big and Open Data, FabLab, Internet of things | Scoop.it
Full Color Capabilities & More
Personally I’m now a little sensitive when it comes to full-color capabilities of 3D printing. If you want (or can be bothered) to find out why, the story can be tracked on my blog earlier this year.
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