While we’re currently printing relatively small objects in today’s 3D printers, 3D printing will work at larger scale too. Much larger. In fact, if you have a big enough 3D printer, it becomes applicable to the construction industry.
With just a day to go before the glorious festival of creativity that is the Melbourne Mini Maker Faire, we conclude this series of posts on Australia’s hackerspaces with the faire organisers … the Melbourne Connected Community HackerSpace. The...
MakerBot Replicator Dual Extruder 3D Printer Kit (Replicator) - AC Gears is proud to be the first retail store in the US to carry this product in its NYC store. As seen on TV such as The Colbert Report, in newspapers,...
HeatSync Labs' resident 3D printing guru, Jacob Rosenthal has spent hundreds of hours on our Fakerbot Cupcake, and is probably the most knowledgeable person with regard to Makerbot technologies in the valley.
These models were exported from Minecraft, using the freeware tool Mineways and printed on a Zprinter 650. The pictures show several steps of the process of taking the models out of the printer and depowdering them.
When you watch videos on 3D printing or look at the wondrous galleries of 3D printed objects on sites like Thingiverse.com, you can’t help but eventually think to yourself, wow, imagine what could be printed if they could print electronics too.
I’m really excited about this new sewable Arduino compatible board called the FLORA: Adafruit created the FLORA from scratch after many months of research and we really think we came up with something that will empower some amazing wearable projects.
I’m happy to announce today that O’Reilly’s MAKE division, in partnership with Otherlab of San Francisco, has received an award from The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in support of its Manufacturing Experimentation and Outreach...
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