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From zero to maker, David Lang describes his journey from unemployed to opening a robot factory after a successful kickstarter.
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DARPA, TechShop and VA join to promote 3D printing and other advanced manufacturing technologies while providing job opportunities for veterans and innovators.
We're about to launch a new video series called Makers here at TechCrunch and we'd love to hear from any and all hardware based startups. I want to hear about robots, toys, and railguns.
No longer is a ‘factory’ the basis of a company’s scale or speed of growth. Rapid Prototyping technologies like 3D printers, laser cutters, and shared workspaces like TechShop are democratizing innovation in the physical world of atoms.
We’re merely two days out from Maker Faire Bay Area, the Greatest Show and Tell on Earth, with over 700 makers of all stripes coming out to the San Mateo Fairgrounds to show what they’ve made.