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Phenix Systems

Phenix Systems

Pirate3D Buccaneer Pirate3D lance Buccaneer, l'imprimante 3D grand public à assembler pour 347 dollars. Bien que l'impression 3D tende à se démocratiser, les imprimantes 3D restent tout de même relativement peu accessibles pour la plupart des intéressés. Pirate3D, une entreprise basée à Singapour, ambitionne d'ouvrir la technologie au plus grand public, rivalisant ainsi avec la Cube et la Replicator de Makerbot, respectivement vendues 1299 dollars et 1956 dollars. L'imprimante, fabriquée en acier estampé, est à assembler soi-même. Ultra minimaliste et compacte, elle sera facile à placer sur 25 x 25 cm d'un bureau, car ses dimensions sont des plus raisonnables : 15 x 10 x 12 cm. Sans bouton, la Buccaneer se connecte aux périphériques réseau en Wi-Fi. Toutes les explications sont illustrées dans une vidéo : Pour illustrer les caractéristiques techniques de l'engin, Pirates3D établit un comparatif avec la Replicator 2, sa principale concurrente et leader du marché.

Sculpteo Beehive Beehive has been using 3D printing to make eyewear for a long time. Now we want you to do it too. We’re developing an online interface for you to create glasses frames with some really simple tools. We mean really simple. Even my mum can use it. Check out what’s on offer here. Beehive. We’ve been playing around with our BFB 3000 Plus (a temperamental little devil) and managed to pop out some prototypes for our 3D Printed Custom Eyewear Interface that we’re working on. While they may look rough & chunky, we think that’s part of their FDM (Fused Deposition Modelled) charm . Beehive debuts at the world-famous Bondi markets! Thanks to all who came and chatted, the Beehive Team (and Friends) had a top day. We’ll see you at another market shortly - stay posted for details :) Wooden Eyewear It seems to me that there’s been a recent boom in the wooden sunnies market. Why? Either way, we’ve started playing around with our laser cutter and some managed plantation Mahogany - the good stuff. “Well….

RepRapWiki TEDxEWB Talk: Adrian Bowyer at Imperial College, London, introduces RepRap RepRap is humanity's first general-purpose self-replicating manufacturing machine. RepRap takes the form of a free desktop 3D printer capable of printing plastic objects. RepRap is about making self-replicating machines, and making them freely available for the benefit of everyone. Reprap.org is a community project, which means you are welcome to edit most pages on this site, or better yet, create new pages of your own. RepRap was the first of the low-cost 3D printers, and the RepRap Project started the open-source 3D printer revolution. RepRap was voted the most significant 3D-printed object in 2017. RepRap state-of-the-art is well represented by John Mulac's Mulbot and Mike Jeffs' ReprapMJ. About | Development | Community | RepRap Machines | Resources | Policy

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