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This weekend at TED, Carbon3D presented their new resin-based technology that will greatly speed up 3D printing times, by as much as 25x faster than currently seen.
  The technologies that we often talk about for 3D printing (FDM, SLA, SLS), have been around for a while and it’s rare that we see ground breaking processes that really shake things up. This week, a new company in the market Carbon 3D, has released a new process they refer …
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breaking the law.... 
breaking the law
 
It’s taken decades to nail down, but researchers in Canada have finally identified a new chemical bond, which they’re calling a ‘vibrational bond’. This vibrational bond seems to break the law of chemistry that states if you increase the...
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Printed some fun stuff:
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First shot at a 3D printed fractal:
Found a likable image in Mandlebuld3D
Used the Voxel stack export to make multiple images
Combined the images using ImageJ to create on OBJ file
Cleaned, decimated and converted to STL in Meshlab
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Inspired by a recent 3D print of one of the Islands, here is a partial print showing the topography around Honolulu.  

Utilized this link, which makes real world terrain mapping to STL file format extremely easy....

http://146.148.78.19/

The water level/base of the model was pretty thin and cracked due to my clumsy impatience in post production.
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Wow!  Thanks for the link!  :D
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Modding a tower of ivory
 
Project-based learning, hackathons, and final projects for college courses are fulfilling a demand for hands-on technical learning that had previously fallen by the wayside during the internet/multi-media computer euphoria of the late 90’s. By getting…
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Just in time for #valentinesday2015 , a spikey heart made from topographically-driven growth of GaN #nanowires from our #MolecularFoundry  

Details » http://bit.ly/nanogrokg

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Here is an image of an STL file produced for Diego Garcia.

It appears that a 3D print could be done of this but it lacks definition in the "Z" when printed to scale.

I am relying on the elevation data produced by the terrain mapper. The mapper lacks both historical and undersea data.

It would be easy to raise the waterline, and systematically 3D print the progression to show how portions of the island would submerge as sea level rises.

So forward in time, but not back.....
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Gotcha.  Perhaps a non-linear exaggeration such as (z^2)/4?
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Awesome on so many levels!
 

Faraday Cage around a quadcopter flying near tesla coils
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But the idea was so far-fetched. The onus was on us to prove it
 
Defying textbook science, study finds new role for proteins - Open any introductory biology textbook and one of the first things you'll learn is that our DNA spells out the instructions for making proteins, tiny machines that do much of the work in our body's cells. Results from a study published on Jan. 2 in Science defy textbook science, showing for the first time that the building blocks of a protein, called amino acids, can be assembled without blueprints - DNA and ... http://ow.ly/2SLSqz
Open any introductory biology textbook and one of the first things you'll learn is that our DNA spells out the instructions for making proteins, tiny machines that do much of the work in our body's cells. Results from a study published on Jan. 2 in Science defy textbook science, showing for the first ...
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  • NDSU
    B Arch, 94
  • NDSU
    B Env Des, 94
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Jeffrey Scott Johnson
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Deploy or die
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Creating for a market of one
what can we build for you today?
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Thin membranes with powder based Zcorp
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3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Services
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Custom digital design to production
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  • Johnson Carter Architects, PC
    President, 2001 - present
    Full Architectural Design and Administration Services
  • Rifle Creek Studio
    Owner, 2012 - present
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