Esta árvore foi criada para compartilhar e fornecer idéias para projetos DIY (Do-It-Yourself / Faça-Você-Mesmo). Por favor fiquem à vontade! Mar 4
More Harbor Freight online coupons, to save you a ton of money on their weirdly low tool prices – sometimes concerningly low (remember, “you get what you pay for”). Take advantage by printing the best ones before you drive to your nearest location, or have stuff shipped if you don’t live near one of HF’s many stores. So what’s the story?
MakerWare 2.0.1 is now available with some important fixes to the recent release of MakerWare 2.0. Our goal is for everyone to understand these updates we make and how we make them, and what we’re working on next. Here’s what’s new: ● Several people had some problems with installation, particularly on Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). Those problems have been fixed. ● Some Windows XP users were also having issues getting MakerWare to detect their MakerBot.
NEWS: Come to the Inside 3D Printing event in New York City ! The event runs from April 22-23 2013. We have arranged for reprappers (that's you!) to get a special 15% discount on admission - quote the code RRP15.
Photos: Hewlett-Packard PART SOLUTION: Make small plastic parts on your own with a 3-D printer, such as HP's [left]. For years, visionary engineers have been touting the idea of a cheap box about the size of a microwave oven that could build arbitrary solid objects out of plastic, ceramics, metal, ice, and even living cells. During most of the 20-plus-year history of 3-D printing, "cheap" has been a distant vision, with industrial rapid-prototyping machines going for anywhere from US $15 000 to over $1 000 000. That number started to drop precipitously in 2007, with 3-D–printer designs from RepRap and Fab@Home that could be built for $500 to $2000 in materials (depending on what materials you wanted to print and how good you were at scrounging parts). This spring, 2-D printer giant Hewlett-Packard jumped on the moderate-price bandwagon, announcing it would introduce HP-branded 3-D printers (actually built by Stratasys) in Europe for 13 500, or about $17 500.
Welcome back! It’s been another week and we have several new products to talk about. So let’s jump right in and see what we’ve got. Vimeo version can be found here