No restaurant for new Restoration Hardware in Back BayBoston HeraldRestoration Hardware has shelved plans for a restaurant addition to its new Boston store yet to open at the former Museum of Natural History building.
There are numerous proponents of 3D printing, but many of them are small startups who dream big. Most large companies are either ignorant or dismissive of 3D printing, but one company is putting their weight behind the technology.
We were contacted by Karl D. D. WIllis of the Disney Research Institute, who wished to show us the work they've been doing on 3D printing optical mechanisms. This past June we speculated on the importance of clear materials, but we had no idea...
As we're now in the "Peak of Inflated Expectations" of 3D printing, according to Gartner, the stock market is taking a very close look at publicly available stocks for 3D printing companies. Needless to say, the prices of the two publicly traded...
From 18-21 October 2012 Artilect FabLab Toulouse will organize its yearly conference. Speakers will include Neil Gershenfeld and from the fablab.nl community Alex Schaub, Peter Troxler and Bart Bakker.
For the Museum of Mathematics Math Monday continues its multi-week adventure into the wonderful world of linkages. See the Linkages series introduction for the MoMath Linkage Kit, an introduction, and general instructions.
There are more measuring tools at my disposal than I know what to do with – short rulers, long rulers, tape measures, t-squares, combination squares, framing squares, and a bunch of specialty tools – but one stands above the rest as my all-time...
One of the most frequent questions I’m asked at Maker Faire is what the difference between Arduino and Netduino is. If you think it’s that the Netduino is just an Arduino that has something to do with the internet, you’d be incorrect!
In ten years we will 3D print our houses and have at least one 3D Printer at home. We all hear these stories, but what should we believe? Tom Kurke, COO of Geomagic, gives his view on the 3D printing hype.
One of the biggest issues with collecting old cars, especially if you use them, is trying to find replacement parts. Popular Mechanics has a great column highlighting how one well known car collector solves this problem.
This topic just won't go away. Last week 3D printer manufacturer Stratasys revoked the 3D printer lease of Defense Distributed, a team intent on producing an open source, 3D-printable gun design - using a Stratasys 3D printer. No doubt Stratasys...
Only ten more days to go and the 3D Printshow in London will start off for the first time. We, the i.materialise-team will be present so come and check us out at our booth or join one of our workshops.
Sculpteo will be at 3D Print Show 2012. For two days, October 20 and 21, London will become the capital of 3D printing. Most actors of additive manufacturing will be there to present 3D printers for professional and personal use.
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