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The 3D printed accessory for cameras

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One of the accessories you can purchase for some of Lomography’s instant cameras is the Splitzer, an add-on component that makes it possible to shoot multiple exposures on the same frame. Unfortunately, the accessory isn’t available for the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90, but photographer Guillermo Hernandez has managed to create his own 3D-printed version for…

via This 3D-printed accessory makes it possible to shoot split double exposures on Instax Mini 90 cameras — Articles: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)

PolyJet 3D Printing for LSR Molding and Soft-Touch Jigs and Fixtures — TriMech Blog

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The Stratasys PolyJet 3D printing technology lets you produce high-quality, high-accuracy parts and prototypes at a reduced production cost. Many times, however, your prototypes might need a little hand to help you achieve the desired result. In this blog article, we review some of the processes that can help you create the ideal casting molds…

via PolyJet 3D Printing for LSR Molding and Soft-Touch Jigs and Fixtures — TriMech Blog

Technology Twofer – #WATWB

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via Technology Twofer – #WATWB

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The Year of Neri Oxman Is (Practically) Upon Us — Architectural Digest

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SFMOMA has announced that architect, designer, and MIT professor Neri Oxman will receive a prestigious award this fall

via The Year of Neri Oxman Is (Practically) Upon Us — Architectural Digest

A Farewell to Printrbot

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It’s with a heavy heart that we must report Printrbot has announced they are ceasing operations. Founded in 2011 after a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, the company set out to make 3D printing cheaper and easier. Their first printer was an amalgamation of printed parts and wood that at the time offered an incredible deal; when the Makerbot CupCake was selling for $750 and took 20+ hours to assemble, the Printrbot kit would only run you $500 and could be built in under an hour. Printrbot got their foot in the door early, but the competition wasn’t far behind. The …read more

via A Farewell to Printrbot — Hackaday