Engineering

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

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3D Printing Jobs (Staramba)

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3D Printing Jobs (Staramba)


According to Staramba you can use your imagination and unique productivity to make 3d models of anything you can imagine.

Staramba is a fast­growing startup in 3D scanning, 3D printing and digital data recovery by celebrities and international stars from the sports, film / TV, music and entertainment. Founded 2014 in Berlin, Staramba with locations in Europe and the US is already the world leader in digital merchandising focused on photo realistic characters (printed and digital) and their utilization.

Our partners include Universal, Disney, DFB, FA, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Arsenal FC, Juventus, Konami.

 

Contact Person :

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Franka Urban
Human Resource Manager

 

http://company.staramba.com/en/career/

3d Printing’s new big thing is coming from MIT. Making buildings

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 3d Printing’s new big thing is coming  from MIT. Making buildings

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 3D printing is in technological era making their footprints more and more powerful and  adventures.
Mechanical Engineering PhD defense Mr. Steven Keating at the Massachusetts Institute  of   Technology (MIT) in August 2016.
In Mr. Steven Keating’s presentation about MIT’s new invention to make 3d printed buildings. According to Mr. Steven’s,” this robot can make building in 14 hours”. This “Digital Construction Platform” — is intended to be self-sufficient, but right now it requires  humans to monitor it for safety reasons. In the test, the researchers programmed the  prototype to create a dome and used a spray foam commonly used in buildings and  homes. The whole system can be powered electrically or with solar panels. “With this  process, we can replace one of the key parts of making a building, right now. It could be  integrated into a building site tomorrow,” said Steven Keating, co-author of a paper  published in the journal “Science Robotics.
 “in the future, to have something totally autonomous, that you could send to the moon  or Mars or Antarctica, and it would just go out and make these buildings for years,”

  http://news.mit.edu/2017/3-d-printing-buildings-0426

  http://matter.media.mit.edu/news/article/a-new-approach-to-making-buildings-mit-news

  http://money.cnn.com/2017/05/02/technology/3d-printed-building-mit/index.html?  iid=ob_homepage_tech_pool

 

Dr. 3D Printer Solutions for 3d printing question

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Dr. 3D Printer Solutions for 3d printing question


3D Printing is evolving more and more. We always have curiosity about newer 3d technology. More we are going to involve in 3D Print, more we will have questions to ask.  Mr. Ben Heck has solutions for 3d printing.

Based on his research and using 3d Printer so much we can use his ideas for our Dr. 3D Printer series. I hope he will like it. 🙂

 

Dr. 3D Printer smooth and shiny product

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Dr. 3D Printer smooth and shiny product


In the Dr. 3D Printer series we use new ideas and innovations. How to make 3d printing easy.

When we make 3d printed products, they are not so smooth and shiny. We found how can we make our products more look like they came out from factory, or we made it at home.

Today we are learning about how to make our products shiny and smooth.

In this video Maker’s Muse is our Dr. and he is going to give us advise about making shiny smooth product. 🙂

3D Printing in STEM curriculum

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3D Printing in STEM curriculum


According to the Pitsco Education,” they provide science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) classroom solutions.  Afinia a 3D printer supplier has teamed with Pitsco to enable 3D printing in classrooms.  Pitsco provides 3-week courses that can be incorporated in any STEM curriculum.  They offer a vehicle engineering kit that allows students to 3D print vehicle parts. Another project comes with a free software called 123D Creat.  Students use the software to make objects such as medallions and game pieces.  Pitsco is further exploring ways to incorporate 3D printing into English and language arts, for example, by 3D printing characters and letting students write stories about the characters”.:)

https://www.pitsco.com/

http://www.pitsco.com/Technology/Grades_9-12/3-D_Printing_Vehicle_Engineering_Class_Pack

http://www.nbcrightnow.com/story/29284671/from-trend-to-standard-3-d-printing-enters-the-classroom-curriculum

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-pitscos-3d-printing-curriculum-is-changing-the-way-stem-is-taught-in-the-classroom/