Digital Tapestry: Lockheed Martin moves 3D printing to the production line, from Gizmag: …Lockheed Martin’s Vice President of Production, Dennis Little, introduced the company’s next-generation digital manufacturing technologies called Digital...
Tangeez – Tangible Lights by Emily Webster & Mustafa Bagdatli @ Kickstarter. These are Tangeez Light-Up Building Blocks made by Mustafa & Emily, a pair of makers in Brooklyn. Tangeez are available on Kickstarter for 4 more days until October 20th.
TDK has developed a heat-assisted recording technology, which will drastically increase the capacity of hard disk drives. This technology uses a heat-assisted recording head to record by using temperature as well as magnetism.
Never too late to invent something great: Hugh Lyman, an 83-year-old retiree from Enumclaw, Washington, won The Desktop Factory Competition with his design for a low-cost, open-source machine capable of turning resin pellets...
At the TU Delft Robotics Institute in the Netherlands, researchers have created the prototype for a 3D printer that uses a robotic arm and laser scanner to open up the possibility for 3D printing at almost any angle and onto the surfaces of objects.
Inspired by hacked laboratory equipment “Domestic Science Machines” are a collection of devices that combine the regular use of home appliances with a scientific function in order to make scientific experiments accessible and available to a wider audience.
ESA is set to showcase complex printed parts made of metal that can withstand temperatures at 1000°C – fit for space and the most demanding applications on Earth. Join an international panel of experts from the biggest consortium ever in ‘additive manufacturing’ in Europe on 15 October in the London Science Museum, UK.
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