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Studio Under develops a large & fast ceramic 3D printer Studio Under develops a large & fast ceramic 3D printer April 3, 2014 Studio Under, a design and research studio based in Israel, claimed that they have built the largest ceramic 3D printer ever made. Founded in 2012 by Eran Gal-Or, Liat Akerman and Omer Merzel, Holon Institute of Technology grads, Studio Under focus on designing and printing ceramic products and selling them world-wide. In 2013, the studio unveiled colored ceramic 3D printing, a printing process that enables affordable multiple-color prints.
Sep.17, 2013 Statistical Studies of Peer Production completed the second survey on the 3D printing community. This year they had 344 people respond to their survey (358 in 2012). In 2013 more people with Master Degrees participated the survey. "The percentage of 4-year college degree and Master's degree is 67%, last year it was 51%." Some interesting results are: Results from 3D Printing survey 2013: adoption, 3D printers, 3D printing services Results from 3D Printing survey 2013: adoption, 3D printers, 3D printing services
by Jarkko Moilanen & Tere Vadén Another industrial revolution? Yochai Benkler’s book is available online as PDF, HTML and many other formats Economists and theorists of innovation such as Jeremy Rifkin , Yochai Benkler, Michel Bauwens , and several others have concluded that the Third Industrial Revolution is at hand [3, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15]. Statistical Studies of Peer Production » Manufacturing in motion: first survey on 3D printing community Statistical Studies of Peer Production » Manufacturing in motion: first survey on 3D printing community
Press releases prev : next New Vista 3D is the first printer technology available with multi-material capabilities and potential to revolutionise the manufacturing industry within ten years Cambridge, UK: 4 September 2013 TTP has today unveiled its ground breaking Vista 3D, which is the first print head technology that can print with more than one material. News and Events - TTP Group News and Events - TTP Group
Questo è un grande CNC G-Code editor di file. Con il suo aiuto, è possibile visualizzare o modificare i file gcode CNC sul telefono (o tabella), non importa dove ti trovi, a casa o in officina. Si tratta di uno strumento ideale per creare piccoli file di nuovo cnc, o fare semplici modifiche ai file esistenti, ad esempio, la modifica dei parametri di lavorazione, la correzione degli errori piccoli, ecc L'applicazione fornisce molte funzioni di modifica del testo proprio come il vostro editor di testo sul desktop fa, compresa la modifica fila, fila inserimento, eliminazione di una riga, aggiungendo una riga, la ricerca. È anche possibile utilizzare l'applicazione per cambiare la pagina di visualizzazione del file di codice G, o andare ad una linea particolare dicendo che il numero di riga. Supporta enorme NC g-code file come grande come 100.000 linee. GCode Simulator & Printer GCode Simulator & Printer

3D printing has changed the way I think about how I interact with the world. As I have learned to use the tools, I think a lot about how to use printing to make my world more functional, more exciting or just cooler! Being able to make something that doesn’t exist or that costs more than I want to pay has been inspiring and fascinating. And really, once you learn a few simple tools, it’s EASY and FUN!! There are many ways to go about making 3-D Models for printing. From Concept to Reality: 3D Design and Printing for the Common Man. From Concept to Reality: 3D Design and Printing for the Common Man.
On dit de l’imprimante 3D qu’elle aura le même impact que la machiné à vapeur. Un jeune togolais est peut-être en train d'écrire une des pages les plus belles et pleines de promesses de cette nouvelle épopée technologique... Soyez à la source de cette éclosion. Filez un coup de pouce à l’innovation « Made in Africa ! » Ecologie.

W.Afate 3D printer

W.Afate 3D printer
Large Seamless 3D Printed Sculptures Now Possible with Krylon Fusion for PLA #3DThursday #3DPrinting Many artists and designers have been switching to desktop 3D printers that print only in PLA from solutions printing in ABS, but this has lead to a whole host of questions about options for “post-processing” or “finishing techniques” (how to sand/score/paint/join) for these materials as most of the existing resources come from past 3D printing experiments and from architectural model building point to ABS and styrene related solutions, such as the popular industrial solvent acetone. Artist Micah Ganske has been experimenting with the plastic-specific one-coat Krylon Fusion spray paints and has been having good success coating a massive assembly of parts to make it look as if it was produced that way. This is good news as most of the plastic-related adhesives and spray paints are designed with solvents not suited to PLA, but this one worked really well. Krypton Fusion for Plastic adheres pretty well to PLA without sanding or priming! 3D printers go! Read more. Large Seamless 3D Printed Sculptures Now Possible with Krylon Fusion for PLA #3DThursday #3DPrinting
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Is Eco-Friendly 3D Printing a Myth? | Green Manufacturing Is Eco-Friendly 3D Printing a Myth? | Green Manufacturing Melba Kurman, author, and Hod Lipson, Cornell University associate professor in mechanical and aerospace engineering, are co-authors of "Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing" (John Wiley & Sons, 2013) and leading voices in the field of 3D printing. They contributed this article to LiveScience's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights as part of their new LiveScience series highlighting issues and developments in 3D-printing technology. A few years ago, the consensus was happily (and naively) positive that 3D printing was innately greener than conventional manufacturing technologies. The truth is that today, the jury is still out. Society is growing wiser and maybe a bit more skeptical.
dood présente DOM: Digital Object Maker, Imprimante 3D The project Who are we? We are two childhood friends with complementary skills: mechanical engineering, business, arts, marketing, music, teaching... dood présente DOM: Digital Object Maker, Imprimante 3D
Smoothing PLA printed parts
Optomec launches new 3D printer for metal additive manufacturing Jun.12, 2013 Optomec announced today availability of a new metal 3D Printer named the LENS 450. The LENS 450 is built on the same LENS core technology that is used to repair, coat and rapidly manufacture a wide variety of high performance metal components. LENS deposition systems use the energy from a high-power laser to build up structures one layer at a time directly from powdered metals.
New Nylon filament for 3D printers, made in Italy Jun.13, 2013 Italian company 3ntr has launched a new nylon filament developed specifically for 3d printers. This 3mm polyamide 6 filament is made up of 99.9% PA6 Polymer, no plasticizers, no fiberglass, and 0.1% soap to ease processing. It is not as flexible as Taulman's Nylon, but it is aimed to print structural parts that must be able to resist static and dynamic loads. According to 3ntr, settings for printing polyamide 6 are similar to ABS, only the printing temps should be 240-280°C, and the best printing results can be obtained with layer thinner than 0.25mm. In addition, Polyamide 6 has different adhesion properties from other common use plastic for 3D printers (PLA or ABS), 3ntr suggests users to use bachelite or nylon bed for the best result.
The fastest filament extrusion Bot, makes ABS/PLA in color. by Mark Dill When we reach 80k --- Free ABS or PLA Pellets. When we reach 85k --- Another nozzle blank so you can drill it to whatever size you want to try.When we reach 90k --- A 8" plastic Spool.When we reach 100k --- An upgrade to pellet holder that will detect and alert you when pellets are low. (ALSO this feature will work with the standard hopper or any size hopper you add!!)
MakerCase is a web-based application for designing laser-cut project cases. Makercase runs in a web browser and automatically generates a blueprint for laser cutting based on the users specifications. The user enters the desired case dimensions and material thickness, and MakerCase automatically generates a three-dimensional model of the case that can be freely rotated. MakerCase lets users create cases with flat edges or interlocking edges using finger joints or t-slots for retaining nuts and bolts. Users can also add holes and engraved text to individual faces of the case using a graphical drag and drop editor. MakerCase - Easy Laser Cut Case Design
May.8, 2013 "Lend me a hand" has taken on a totally new meaning, thanks to the inspirational project called Robohand. Robohand is a story of collaboration from 10,000 miles apart between Richard Van As, a woodworker from Johannesburg, South Africa, and Ivan Owen, a theatrical prop designer from Seattle, Washington, and made possible using 3D printing technology. The first hand was fitted to a 5 year old boy Liam who has come leaps and bounds with using his Robohand. This was done for free. Robohand on Indiegogo: 3D printing collaboration creates helping hands | 3D Printer & 3D Printing News
Seattle Film Festival created classic moments in movies using 3D printing | 3D Printer & 3D Printing News
3D printing + sugru = precision rubber parts! (iPhone 4/4S and 5) + video
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Doodle3D | A sketching tool for personal unique 3D prints
3D printer stall at SEG market
New material for flexy object extrude by happynew3d

Open Source 3D printable optical equipment library | VoxelFab
£220 3D printing filament extruder launched on Kickstarter | 3D Printer & 3D Printing News
Filastruder: A robust, inexpensive filament extruder. by Tim Elmore
The Crowd Loves 3D Printing! Kickstarter 3D Printing Summary
MakerBot Slicing Engine Torture Test by MakerBot
Reprap development and further adventures in DIY 3D printing: 3D Printing with Nylon 618 filament in Tie-Dye colours
Filastruder: A robust, inexpensive filament extruder. by Tim Elmore
Working 3D printed stepper motor
RecycleBot v2.3 Controls by jpearce
Vapor Treating ABS RP parts
It's Magnificently Big!
3DEA, 3D Printing Pop Up Store, Opens in NYC
Willit 3D Print?
Molding and casting with a 3D printer
Multi-Colour 2.5D Art
3D Printer DRM?
Replacing antique violin parts using 3D printing
3D Printer Street Cart Kiosk from Unfold
10 Most Amazing Library Laboratories
Finally, turning plastic pellets into 3D printer filament
Innovation Lab - Adelaide City Council
A 3D Printed Camera - Almost!
3d printer filament made of wood
Prototyping On A MakerBot: POP Portable Device Charger
Is 3D Printing Safe? or DIY Testing for HCN from ABS and Nylon 3D Print Material
Food printing
3D printing plus Sugru
Visualizing GCode on the web
Libraries Of The Future
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Seafair Milk Carton Derby
Interview with WikiHouse’s Alastair Parvin and Nick Ierodiaconou
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A Matter of Scales: How Much Can You Print with a Single 1kg Spool?
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ultra-lab | vendemos hardware abierto y construimos comunidad
Physical Keygen: Duplicating House Keys on a 3D Printer | eclecticc
Make: Online | How-To: Operate a Homemade Scanning Electron Microscope
MakerBot project: Z-axis extender kit
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