3D print Engineering with Arduino

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Would you like to make your cell phone or mp3. Arduino is an open-source hardware, software and content platform with a global community. It’s intended for anyone making interactive projects.

the Arduino board started changing to adapt to new needs and challenges, differentiating its offer from simple 8-bit boards to products for IoT applications, wearable, 3D printing, and embedded environments.

According to David Cuartielles, he is Arduino’s Co-founder, “Back in 2012, I was given the challenge of bringing project-based learning to my first group of upper secondary schools in Spain. I realized at the time that almost no one was addressing the needs of educators when introducing curriculum. Therefore, I decided that we had to put educators at the center of our concept and help them find creative ways to use technology in the classroom. Arduino Education is not just about making interesting projects with students, it is also about getting acquainted with developing technologies and new methods of teaching.”.



3D Printing and more ( Jobs ) 3D Printing Software Solutions Leader

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Vancouver, Washington; Sant Cugat, Spain

Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in a technical discipline.

Background and ability to build a P&L .

Experience with building high performance teams and managing talent.

Ability to grow and cultivate relationships with external software partners.

Growth mindset

Fresh-Pressed Clothes Courtesy of TEO, the Iron Man

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Fresh-Pressed Clothes Courtesy of TEO, the Iron Man

Cloth Ironing is a long process. Sometimes doesn’t come out the way it should be. With the help of robots, ironing cloth will be done as soon as link clicks.:)

As with many tasks, robots may soon be ironing our clothes for us before we leave for work. Built by a team from the University Carlos III de Madrid’s robotics lab in Getafe, Spain, TEO is a highly articulated robot, that can climb stairs, open doors, and has recently added ironing to its skill set. […]

via Fresh-Pressed Clothes Courtesy of TEO, the Iron Man — Hackaday