As an engineering and product development firm we think the makerspace evolution is exciting, as it reflects a changing mindset in individuals and the business (RT @3D_Innovations: #Makerspace + #Engineering and #3DPrinting Resource
After completing my first BeagleBone Black + FPGA project and tutorial where I drove a single 32×32 RGB LED matrix, I decided it was time to go bigger. The result is this project —- a 3 x 2 matrix of 32×32 RGB LED panels.
“We the People of the Maker-verse, in order to form more perfect large-scale 3D printed sculptures, hereby establish this crowdsourcing website for the United Printers of the Maker-verse.” That text is emblazoned on the top of the site for We the ...
As a maker, it doesn’t matter if the thing I’m after can’t be bought. With the right materials, a bit of know-how, a lot of research, and a few 55-gallon drums of elbow grease, I can build my own anything.
It’s been a while since we’ve been seriously impressed with a project like this one. [Daniël de Bruin], a student at the Art Academy in Utrecht has just put the final touches on his mechanical 3D printer.