BCN3D Technologies develops open source 3D printed ‘Moveo’ robotic
BCN3D Technologies develops open source 3D printed ‘Moveo’ robotic arm for schools http://www.3ders.org/articles/20160728-bcn3d-technologies-develops-open-source-3d-printed-moveo-robotic-arm-for-schools.html #3dprinting
Growing up in Jakarta’s polluted slums, Vera Mulyani loved building things. As a child, she dreamed of becoming an architect. More than two decades later, Mulyani is a self-proclaimed “Marschitect,” and spends her time brainstorming how human life might be sustained on the red planet. After studying at École d’Architecture de Nantes in France and […]
In the year 2000, the music business was still strong. Record companies produced albums and shipped these physical objects to the stores that sold them. The internet was slowly becoming a system of mass consumption and distribution, but most consumers still purchased physical media. And while … http://www.lastoneminute.com/a-prescription-for-preventing-3d-printing-piracy/
From soccer-playing robots to a laser maze and wearable technology, the Calgary Mini Maker Faire was humming with creations from local inventors this weekend. More than 2,000 people turned out to Telus Spark to observe the variety of displays Saturday and Sunday, as part of the fourth annual local event. “We’re really excited to invite over 70 artists, engineers, makers,…
3D Printing Systems aim to provide user-friendly and affordable 3D printers to the prosumer, hobbyist and the classroom. Originally founded in New Zealand and now has a vast channel of resellers across Australia.
So, you know you can print things in 3D by now right? Well you’re probably interested to find out what you could actually make with a 3D printer if you had one. Let it be known that images are worth a thousand words, so here are 10 things you can make with a 3D printer! […]
3D Printers Disrupting Copyrights and Patents (2013)
According to 3D Printers Disrupting Copyrights and Patents,” It wasn’t too long ago that DIY 3D printers started making the news in geek circles. It captured the imagination of some and was largely ignored by others. I was somewhere in between until a few days ago. I’ve since slid somewhere closer to imagination, perhaps because someone printed a rotor from a Wankel engine”. […]
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