Phantom 3 Standard - Official DJI Store. How is the Phantom 3 Standard different from the Phantom 3 Professional/Advanced?
The Phantom 3 Standard is the most streamlined addition to the Phantom 3 series. It connects to the DJI GO app over WiFi and has a 2.7K video camera. The Phantom 3 Professional and Advanced add DJI’s Vision Positioning system, GLONASS in addition to standard GPS, an extended range via DJI Lightbridge, and a remote controller with extended functionality. The Phantom 3 Professional also has a 4K camera. 800,000-year-old footprints found in Norfolk. 900,000 year-old Norfolk footprints 'definitely human' Earliest human footprints outside Africa discovered in NORFOLK.
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The Trippy ’60s, Courtesy of a Master On a recent morning in a townhouse office on East 32nd Street in Manhattan, reality was treading closely, and somewhat strangely, in fiction’s footsteps. The client sitting in the conference room, waiting for his real-life ad man, was the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner. And the ad man was not just another bright, creative type from the art department. It was Milton Glaser, who — probably more than any graphic designer of his generation — forged the sophisticated, exuberant advertising look of the late 1960s, the time “Mad Men” is now traversing, and whose work to publicize the show’s new season will begin appearing next week on buses and billboards around the country. 2.
Proxxon disc sander works horizontally or vertically. My homemade second-hand 1" belt sander gets a lot of use in my shop, but I could use something a little more precise at times.
This bench sander fits the bill perfectly. I'm adding this to my wish list. I have two Proxxon benchtop tools -- the table saw and miter saw. These tools are, in a word, awesome. I have a lot of faith in this brand. From the product description: For all types of wood, steel, non-ferrous and precious metals, plastics, plexiglass and fiberglass. Introducing Maker Materials & the New Improved Elasto Plastic. The backbone of Shapeways is the 3D Printing materials we offer to our community.
From the versatile Strong and Flexible Plastics, to the beautiful, hand-polished finish of Premium Silver, materials inspire everyone to create new products that no one ever dreamed of before. Our mission at Shapeways has always been to enable anyone to make anything they want. First, we built a system to allow Makers to design and purchase models for themselves. Then we created Shapeways Shops to enable anyone to launch a business and sell their products worldwide. Architecture and design blog. The Arts – live, free and on demand. Ponoko – Blog. Rotational Moulding DIY Machine by Andrew Duffy, Craig Tyler and Edward Harrison.
Product design students Andrew Duffy, Craig Tyler and Edward Harrison have built a machine for making plastic objects, which is powered by a cordless drill.
Made of scrap materials, the device produces hollow, plastic products by rotating a mould on two axis while resins harden inside. The three young designers developed the apparatus to help them learn about industrial, rotational moulding while studying at the University for the Creative Arts in the UK. Watch a movie about the project here. Here's some more information from the designers: To have an idea is one thing, to fully understand the process is paramount to good design.
Whilst Studying on a BA honours degree, Product Design students Andrew Duffy, Craig Tyler and Edward Harrison wanted to learn more about a manufacturing process named rotational moulding. The D.I.Y rotation moulding machine was built to replicate the industrial process to help further understand its possibilities. Blog: Say goodbye to unsightly STL triangle misery! Forever! I downloaded Rupert Rawnsley's OpenSCADHorizontal Spool Holder from Thingiverse and printed it on one of my Prusa Mendels.
Nothing unusual about that. Except that at no point in the making-chain from Thingiverse to the finished printed object was an STL file used to do the calculations. The spool holder was printed directly from OpenSCAD's CSG representation. Printing directly from CSG is much more robust than using the flakey (literally) STL file format. Fashion design edging closer to 3D. With Fashion Weeks around the globe drumming up much fanfare it’s nice to take a step back from the glitz and glamour of those perched on the catwalk front row, and think about the designers.
The industry is devoutly 2D - especially the haute couture of the most desirable labels, being more art than garment - so steps into designing through 3D tools has been a slow one. Last December Dassault Systèmes launched its Fashion Lab, and the engineering software company had previously been working tirelessly with mass consumer brands such as Under Armor in introducing 3D into apparel design. This year sees a more unlikely source of 3D design influence coming from the games industry, with Marvellous Designer 2. From what we can tell from the limited information that has accompanied its UK launch by resellers bluegfx, it is a straightforward games character dresser that can be used with most professional rendering programmes to give incredibly lifelike and detailed movement. Marvelousdesigner.com. Stuff.
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