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Welcome to The MIT Three Dimensional Printing Laboratory
Published:April 12, 2011Posted in: Featured, Innovation, Science, Technology Loading ... The next industrial revolution won’t be centralized or happening in large remote factories. MIT: Printing Buildings with 3D Printers MIT: Printing Buildings with 3D Printers
Fabaroni: a homemade 3D printer Fabaroni: a homemade 3D printer The Fabaroni is a 3D printing machine that constructs 3D models with pasta dough. Fabaroni's gantry has a moving Z-stage and a head with pasta-extruder moving in the X-Y directions. Fabaroni takes STL files as input, processes them using Python, and prints to the machine via 6 printed circuit boards. Fabaroni was created in the How to Make (Almost) Anything Class of Fall 2007.
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