Robotics

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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Thought-Controlled 3D Printing

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Thought-Controlled 3D Printing


This is an amazing research regarding Thoughts. If we can use Artificial Intelligence in 3D printing.

We can increase our creativity and make things on demand. 🙂

New Brunswick Researchers To Study Thought-Controlled 3D Printing By Tyler Koslow Canadian researchers to study applications of artificial intelligence in manufacturing 3D printing materials under new innovation program. As technology continues to advance on all fronts, many experts believe we are on the cusp of the so-called fourth industrial revolution. 3D printing sits alongside other innovative […]

via New Brunswick Researchers To Study Thought-Controlled 3D Printing — 3d print ……errori ed esperienze,

Future of Education Technology Conference FETC 2016 in Orlando

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Future of Education Technology Conference FETC 2016 in Orlando

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The 36th Annual National FETC 2016 is being held in Orlando, Florida from January 13-15, 2016.  The FETC 2016 Expo Hall showcases latest products and technologies from over 500 manufacturers. These include 3D printing, robotics, software and various technologies related to education.

 

http://fetc.org/expo.html

3D Printing a Bridge Over Amsterdam Canal Using Robotic Arms

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A startup MX3D has disclosed plans to 3D print a bridge over an Amsterdam canal.  MX3D has previously used 3D printers to build smaller structures.  The bridge would be their first 3D printed large structure. The bridge will be 3D printed by robotic arms.  The robotic arms will heat metal to very high temperature and use the heated metal to build the bridge.  The robotic arms will be supported by the bridge as it is built. This is fascinating since the robotic arms will build their own support structure as they walk across the bridge. According to Joris Laarman, the designer of the bridge, “This bridge will show how 3D printing finally enters the world of large-scale, functional objects and sustainable materials while allowing unprecedented freedom of form. The symbolism of the bridge is a beautiful metaphor to connect the technology of the future with the old city, in a way that brings out the best of both worlds.” MX3D and the City of Amsterdam will announce the exact location of the bridge soon.  The construction for this bridge will start by 2017.  This technology will allow complex constructions in dangerous places, for example, on high buildings. http://mx3d.com/projects/bridge/

http://money.cnn.com/2015/06/16/technology/3d-printed-bridge/

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/06/17/business/tech/robot-3-d-print-amsterdam-bridge/#.VaSJsPncijE