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Origami-inspired Prototyping | Articles | R&D Magazine

Origami-inspired Prototyping | Articles | R&D Magazine | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Laser machine tools can help speed product development cycles for a range of materials.

 

As product lifecycles shrink, there is increasing pressure on research and engineering personnel to speed the new product development cycle. A variety of technologies, from traditional CNC machining to waterjets and 3D printing, are now widely employed to enable the quick creation of 3D prototype parts directly from computer-aided design (CAD) files.

 

Laser machine tools are becoming another important tool in this arsenal, as they can process a wide variety of materials with high precision, repeatability, and speed, and are also relatively inexpensive to operate. Otherlab, San Francisco, is a small research and development firm that specializes in creating prototype solutions to problems that are computationally complex. One of the fabrication techniques they employ is a laser-based machine tool.

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Synapse

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Synapse is a multi-material 3d-printed wearable piece that moves and changes shape in response to the activities of the brain.
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Li Edelkoort on technology, nomadism and tactility at Dezeen Live

Li Edelkoort on technology, nomadism and tactility at Dezeen Live | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Li Edelkoort talks about technology, tactility, nomadism, new family groups in this movie filmed at Dezeen Live.
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The Swarmscapers: Students Create 3D Printing Robots Capable of Building in Outlying Areas

The Swarmscapers: Students Create 3D Printing Robots Capable of Building in Outlying Areas | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Imagine a reality of 3D printing robots, in a community unto themselves, diligently working in unpredictable temperatures and conditions, strong and steady —”
Via amleto picerno , Manuel Mühlbauer, Hassan Raza Balti
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Are 3D-Printed Ceramics the Future of Architecture?

Are 3D-Printed Ceramics the Future of Architecture? | shubush digital | Scoop.it
As design visualization software becomes more ubiquitous and easier to use, the novelty of digital form for the sake of digital form is wearing off. These ex...
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Matching People Who Have 3-D Printers With Children Who Need Prosthetic Hands

Matching People Who Have 3-D Printers With Children Who Need Prosthetic Hands | shubush digital | Scoop.it
3D printed hands cost a fraction of regular prosthetics and can be made by anyone.
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3D Printed Jewelry Takes Design Cues From Parasites - PSFK

3D Printed Jewelry Takes Design Cues From Parasites - PSFK | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Unique designer creates wearable fungus-like items.
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Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes

Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Ankle injuries such as sprains and stress fractures are common, particularly with athletes. Around 25,000 people per day -- both athletes and non-athletes, adul
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This 3D-printed fantasy dress can very literally kick butt

This 3D-printed fantasy dress can very literally kick butt | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Wipprecht's "Spiderdress" exemplifies the trend of wearable technology. It's an article of clothing that integrates robotics and sensors to give the wearer capabilities she wouldn't have otherwise.”
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Could Ikea-style 'flatpack clothes' be the future of fashion?

Could Ikea-style 'flatpack clothes' be the future of fashion? | shubush digital | Scoop.it
A Swedish businessman thinks we should be able to construct minimalist clothes from basic kits. But would you want to make your own T-shirt and trousers?
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3D printing a 'lab on a chip'

3D printing a 'lab on a chip' | shubush digital | Scoop.it
A 'lab on a chip' can theoretically take a minuscule sample of blood, run all of the required tests at once inside tiny channels embedded in the chip, and produce nearly instantaneous results.
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3-D printing used to guide human face transplants

3-D printing used to guide human face transplants | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Researchers are using computed tomography and 3-D printing technology to recreate life-size models of patients' heads to assist in face transplantation surgery, according to a new study.”
Via Chad Johnson
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Synapse

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Synapse is a multi-material 3d-printed wearable piece that moves and changes shape in response to the activities of the brain.
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Digital Reality | Edge.org

Digital Reality | Edge.org | shubush digital | Scoop.it

...Today, you can send a design to a fab lab and you need ten different machines to turn the data into something. Twenty years from now, all of that will be in one machine that fits in your pocket. This is the sense in which it doesn't matter. You can do it today. How it works today isn't how it's going to work in the future but you don't need to wait twenty years for it. Anybody can make almost anything almost anywhere.

...Finally, when I could own all these machines I got that the Renaissance was when the liberal arts emerged—liberal for liberation, humanism, the trivium and the quadrivium—and those were a path to liberation, they were the means of expression. That's the moment when art diverged from artisans. And there were the illiberal arts that were for commercial gain. ... We've been living with this notion that making stuff is an illiberal art for commercial gain and it's not part of means of expression. But, in fact, today, 3D printing, micromachining, and microcontroller programming are as expressive as painting paintings or writing sonnets but they're not means of expression from the Renaissance. We can finally fix that boundary between art and artisans.


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structures that unfold like flowers | Nervous System blog

structures that unfold like flowers | Nervous System blog | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ STRUCTURES THAT UNFOLD LIKE FLOWERS”
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Matching People Who Have 3-D Printers With Children Who Need Prosthetic Hands

Matching People Who Have 3-D Printers With Children Who Need Prosthetic Hands | shubush digital | Scoop.it
3D printed hands cost a fraction of regular prosthetics and can be made by anyone.
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Robotic arms create custom furniture in Robochop installation

Robotic arms create custom furniture in Robochop installation | shubush digital | Scoop.it
This interactive installation by design studio Kram/Weisshaar allows users to remotely control a robotic arms that sculpt foam cubes into furniture pieces

Via amleto picerno , Andrea Graziano
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Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes

Dutch Company EXO-L 3D Prints Custom Ankle Supports for Athletes | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Ankle injuries such as sprains and stress fractures are common, particularly with athletes. Around 25,000 people per day -- both athletes and non-athletes, adul
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3D-printed structural components will lead to "new building shapes"

3D-printed structural components will lead to "new building shapes" | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Ben Hobson | 3d printing, all, architecture, architecture movies, arup, Dezeen and MINI Frontiers, Dezeen movies, Interviews, Movies, Technology, technology movies”
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The promise of medical 3D priniting

The promise of medical 3D priniting | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ 3D printing will have a transformative and revolutionary impact on the medical industry. We have already witnessed huge leaps in prosthetics and bioprinting, but the next few years will reveal the true power of 3D printing.”
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3D Printed Nanostructures so Cheap They Could be Done in Your Garage

3D Printed Nanostructures so Cheap They Could be Done in Your Garage | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ It's called 'nanolithography,' and researchers say it's a process which takes advantage of transparent nanoscale spheres to build three-dimensional structures a”
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3-D printing used to guide human face transplants

3-D printing used to guide human face transplants | shubush digital | Scoop.it
“ Researchers are using computed tomography and 3-D printing technology to recreate life-size models of patients' heads to assist in face transplantation surgery, according to a new study.”
Via Chad Johnson
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Jana Winderen + Marc Fornes: The Situation Room

Jana Winderen + Marc Fornes: The Situation Room | shubush digital | Scoop.it
Jana Winderen and Marc Fornes: The Situation Roomhttp://www.arch2o.com/situation-room-jana-winderen-marc-fornes-theverymany/
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