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Twistab, our first product coming soon! Twistab es un proyecto de diseño abierto creado por Isaac Pierre en colaboración con Fablab Barcelona, Anastasia Pistofidou y Shashank Shrivastva. El proyecto se inicio a través un taller de autofabricación de mueble impartido por Fab Lab Barcelona en la primavera del 2013. Desde entonces ha crecido mucho. El prototipo Twistab es un taburete compuesto de 3 piezas de contrachapado de alta densidad de 18mm. que se monta sin necesidad de tornillos o herramientas. Los 3 primeros prototipos se han lacado en tres colores (rojo/amarillo/azul) dandole contundencia al acabado y ejemplificando la possibilidad de crear nuevas versiones al intercambiar piezas de distintos colores. Durante la primera fase hemos generado una maqueta (escala 1:10) para evaluar los aspectos técnicos y estéticos del diseño. “He querido crear un diseno que sea lo más simple y coherente posible; de crear un objeto que sea sobrio, funcional y interactivo.” bozeto del diseño original maqueta escala 1:10

Page 19 : design : Hometone : Hometone - A complete guide to home appliances, lighting, gadgets, home improvement, decor, renovation, remodeling, interiors, furniture, furnishings, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, design, home theater, dining, landscaping, out Post Tagged "design" The touching lamp by Shay Carmons is a cool ceiling lamp that as the name hints glows when touched…Actually, when one part of the two luminous bodies come in contact with the other, the light turns on! The lamp's parts are exposed and instead of... Vito Tripolone asks you the simple question-Can you dose the water? The reason behind asking this question is that the designer taking inspiration from the soap dispenser has come up with water mixer that helps you control the water flow thus lower... So you’re clear in your mind that you’re gonna take home the cool pixel bed we came up with here a few days back! Oodles of espresso makers flying on the market shelves today actually make us go crazy for you have to agree with me that each is a marvel. While listing best of the rest 30 lavish toaster designs I actually was thinking...What next? If you think the computer you see right in front of you will always be the same. Wish to give your bathroom a lush plush touch?

33 Best Sites for Free STL Files & 3D Printer Models Looking for STL file downloads for your 3D printer? Here are the 34 best sites and search engines for free 3D printer files and 3D printer models. Don’t miss: This is a selection of the best 3D printing websites, content repositories, marketplaces and search engines for free 3D printer files to download. Each lets you browse a large choice of 3D printing designs — and provides free STL files and 3D printer models — to print at home. Some of these sites also include storefronts for selling 3D printing designs. Have we missed your favorite site for free STL file downloads? Best Sites for Free STL Files & 3D Printer Files/Models Site for Free STL Files/3D Printer Files/3D Printer Models #1: Thingiverse The single biggest content repository for 3D printer files on this list, Thingiverse is a website operated by MakerBot Industries, the creators of the popular Replicator series of 3D printers. Back to top Site for Free STL Files/3D Printer Files/3D Printer Models #2: GrabCAD

Open Shop - Matt Batchelor – Engineer & Designer Open Shop is a mobile factory unit that gets young people excited about design and making by building their own skateboard. Working out of a mobile toolchest, the factory visits skateparks and a master craftsperson helps them create their own skateboard deck. In the process, the young people build their understanding of manufactured objects and develop the imagination, skills and persistence that they need to start to build themselves a successful life. Open Shop Mobile Factory Unit The mobile workstation contains everything needed to make a skateboard deck. Research Workshops Working with a group of young people at a youth centre in North London, skateboards were chosen as a product with which they were familiar and enjoyed using regularly. Why Make Things? A growing number of academics have started to press for a reappraisal of the value of craft in our education and economic system. The Open Shop Guild System Each deck takes around six hours at a cost of GBP40 per contact.

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Make Local MakerCon: 24th September Maker Faire: 26th and 27th of September 100k Garages, ShopBot and Opendesk have come together for the New York maker showdown that is the World Maker Faire. For the last decade Maker Faires have been showcasing the best makers and designers and the latest trends in the maker movement - it’s been progressive and technologically led. Now we have come together for the two days with an experience that tangibly brings distributed manufacturing to life. There will be a local fabber onsite making the limited edition designs along with the option of downloading and sending to a maker further a field. See the limited edition designs » If you’re lucky enough to be heading to New York for the faire we’ll be demoing our platform with tailored designs that are spec’d to be cut within 30 minutes. MakerCon will be streaming the conference live and a link will follow shortly.

Finding the Right 3D Modeling Software For You Purpose: 3D modeling software can be geared more towards artistic/sculpting OR engineering. Often it can be tough to achieve a design goal if you are using the incorrect software. Cost: Ranges from Free to $5,000 +. Make sure you stay within your budget. For a beginner, most fo the free 3D modeling software is the best for learning. Ease of use: Some programs are easy to use and have great tutorials while others require some background in drafting or engineering which make it tougher (though not impossible) to pickup. File Conversion: If you are looking to 3D print the parts you design make sure the files are robust when saved. 3D Printing uses the STL file type. Definitions: Creating three dimensional models using computer software can be referred to using many terms, but they all generally interchangeable: 3D modeling, 3D drawing, 3D design, 3D computer aided design (3D CAD). Parametric vs.

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Mobile games vfx - Real Time VFX I’ve never heard of non-square textures using a square’s worth of GPU memory before for either DX or UE4. I know “NPOT” (non-power of 2) textures often use the next largest power of 2 dimension of GPU memory, especially if they are using mip maps, but not that they have to be square. I’m curious if you have a link to information on that somewhere. It’s absolutely not the case for OpenGL 2.0 or OpenGL ES 2.0 to the best of my knowledge; non square textures use less GPU memory, and as long as they’re not NPOT there’s no performance hit for using them. However this thread is on mobile, and for mobile things can get a little “fun”. For iOS, PVRTC textures must be square, along with power of two dimensions. It gets extra confusing as some engines will list a “PVRTC2”, but are actually referring to PVRTC’s 2bpp mode. But, because of that fun issue with a ton of iOS devices out there really only supporting square power of two textures, it’s probably best to keep to that when you can.

Our Project The Workshop in the City A place where everything sold has been manufactured on site. Our vision is to create a place where efficiency meets elegance. We have designed a new type of retail space around the idea of the open workshop. We have proven that purposeful design, logistics and technology enable a micro-manufacturing unit to produce at competitive costs, in the middle of the city. Designing an elegant Process We design our working environment with the same care as our products. Our drive comes from operating in a workshop open to the scrutiny of the public. Duplicating our Set Up Enabling other people to set up on their own. With our clients' support, we would like to develop our technology, and help other people to set up on their own. Local is Logical We believe that manufacturing at the point of sale makes business sense. Our streamlined process allows us to produce with no transport or warehousing costs, and without the risk of overstocking.