Month: December 2017

3D Printing and more ( Jobs ) Next Big Thing AG

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Next Big Thing AG is a Berlin-based IoT company builder that offers a complete framework for the acceleration of IoT ventures.





Front End Developer @assistr


Senior IoT Cloud Developer @NBT


Senior Back End Developer @assistr


Senior Embedded Developer @metr


Senior Embedded Developer @NBT


Full Stack Software Developer @metr


Senior Embedded Developer @weeve


Embedded Developer @weeve

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3D Printing and more ( Jobs ) Junior Headhunter Rewarding Career

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NonStop Recruitment, one of the fastest growing recruitment firms, is a collection of specialist niche consultancies providing expert support to the pharmaceuticals, medical devices, chemical, care, education, technical, and digital sectors across Europe.


Junior Headhunter Rewarding Career –

Italian Graduated wanted

London, UK
£21K to £60K per Year

Ref: MC-TA-1512-1_1513353450


IT Helpdesk – Part time role – students welcome

Prague, Czech Republic
CZK7K to CZK8K per Month

International&Rewarding career opportunity for Italian Native Speakers willing to succeed around Europe – Become a Junior Specialized Headhunter! .

NonStop Vacancies

3D and 4D Printed Food (Chew) 3D Printed confectionery food

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Candy is the first confectionery focused food 3D Printer.
Candy 3D food printer has the sleek design we can keep on the kitchen counter. It has unique technology. Candy is the state-of-the-art confectionery 3D printer made for everyone.


A Robot Pizza-Making Company Is Silicon Valley’s Latest Obsession

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Zume Pizza, a Silicone Valley-based storeless food delivery startup targeting the San Francisco Bay Area which uses robots to bake its pies, has secured a $48 million investment in its latest VC funding round according to Axios. The company, which uses proprietary trucks to deliver robot-made fresh pizzas to Palo Alto, Stanford and Mountain View, […]

via A Robot Pizza-Making Company Is Silicon Valley’s Latest Obsession — peoples trust toronto

Dr. 3d Printer( 5 Important things for additive manufacturing )

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Additive Manufacturing.

Editor-in-chief Peter Zelinski The manufacturers who have begun to succeed with 3D printing as a means of production are beginning to see what the ultimate impact of additive manufacturing (AM) might be.

He is giving us five ideas that were not clear before.


1. The greatest freedom might be material freedom.

2. AM will produce products you’ve never seen before.

3. AM is a logistics solution.

4. AM will alter how we think about quality.

5. AM is interrelated with machining.

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MIT Is Building a Better 3D Printer

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Traditional desktop 3D printing technology has effectively hit a wall. The line between a $200 and a $1000 printer is blurrier now than ever before, and there’s a fairly prevalent argument in the community that you’d be better off upgrading two cheap printers and pocketing the change than buying a single high-end printer if the…

via MIT Is Building a Better 3D Printer — Hackaday

Makerspace math

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How 3D printers can help with math education.

Welcome to a new regular series on our blog, Makerspace Math. This series will focus on the “M” in STEAM, offering practical tips, tutorials, and ideas for incorporating math education into your makerspace. How 3D Printers Can Help With Math Education One of the most amazing things about 3D printing is its ability to make intangible […]

via Makerspace math: How 3D printers can help with math education — The MakerBus