We’ve said our peace over Makerbot and their interpretation of what Open Source means, but the fact remains if you’re sourcing a 3D printer for a high school shop class or a hackerspace, you really can’t do much better than a Makerbot Replicator.
At South By Southwest (SXSW), DIYROCKETS and Sunglass announced a new competition for an "Open Source 3D Printed Rocket Engine" that would be capable of sending nano-satellites into orbit. The competition starts today and runs through June.
You may have seen reports this week that a team at MIT is developing so-called "4D printing" technology, which would go far beyond current 3D printing technology's capacity to print three-dimensional objects with a machine.
A new contest, the 3D Rocket Engine Design Challenge, asks people to design open source 3-D printed rocket engines. The contest's sponsors hope to spur innovation and drive down costs. Whether or not this will truly be possible remains to be seen.
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