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Saw a bunch of metal working stuff over the last few days and I won't be able to see a metal shop or milling machine again without thinking about +Jeff Tiedeken -- on the Fourth of July, I want to celebrate guys like him, too. They "protect" our leadership and creative position in the world by always thinking of new ways to get things done. Thanks Jeff.  Our freedom to innovate is inspiring. 
Follow the 3DRV Cross-Country Tour, led by TJ McCue, and explore the 3D design revolution. Sponsored by Autodesk, HP, NVIDIA, Jayco, Stratasys and FARO. The adventure begins May 17, 2014.
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Some of the wonderful goodness from my time with the Monkey, +Jeff Tiedeken -- You only need 2 things in life, to make something -- guess what they are. https://vimeo.com/98892544
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So we flew the #3DRV  quads yesterday.. I'll give all the deets in a post later, but here's a photo of Pete Kelsey using his UAV wisely. 
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Cool! (Okay, I see rewrapping's not a talent of his yet.) Where's the Maui vid? :-)

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3D Printing fans, here we come. We're about to head around the USA for 8+ months in an RV taking the pulse of 3D -- design, printing, scanning, and a bunch of other cool stuff. Here's a mockup of the RV with maker-oriented wrap job -- have some amazingly supportive sponsors who have helped make this intense trip a reality: Autodesk, Stratasys, HP, Nvidia, Faro, Jayco, and a few others. The site is not launched yet, but will be http://www.3DRV.com (pretty good name, huh?)
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Awesome TJ! The site looks great. I'm looking forward to following along.

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That tire looks a little worn...
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hah shows how much you know....why that there Rim warmer will get you another 3,000 miles 
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Hey +Jeff Tiedeken The Big Man and I thought of you this week when we saw these machines... Don't ask me what they do or were used for! #3DRV rules
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rad - Thanks TJ that looks great

was there other photos with the bikes?

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I thought I would just ignore LinkedIn's latest, but now after reading this, well, I'm reconsidering. Thanks Shelly. 
LinkedIn just got a lot more like Facebook. Shocking, isn’t it? Last week LinkedIn announced two new ways for premium members’ profiles to stand out by adding additional room at the top of the page
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Jeff, you are such an inspiration. Wow. Thanks for all your time and thoughts a couple of weeks ago. Still working on a video about our visit. Sorry I missed you on your trip nearby. We have heard about some other spaces/places you may want to join us on #3DRV  
 
Rockin Chairs !!!!!
People always wonder what I do to make money to stay alive because everyone thinks all I do is build crazy projects for myself all day.... Then I explain I don't really make any money and am poor because I am addicted to what I do and spend all the money on...
People always wonder what I do to make money to stay alive because everyone thinks all I do is build crazy projects for myself all day.... Then I explain I don't really make any money and am poor because I am addicted to what...
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This #3DRV  Wrap Job is almost done. Check it out. I think our roadtrip will capture some attention...
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Let us know when you're coming through Chicago!

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As someone who travels a fair amount, I love this service. I am very likely to upgrade to the paid version, too. Saves me time and effort like no other app. If you like pulling all your receipts together every month or at the end of the year, do not read this post. Shoeboxed will stop your paper tracking efforts, that's for sure. That's a good thing in case you don't catch my humor. 
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Thanks to all who shared this post. It is picking up steam. I appreciate it.
3D printing is becoming more affordable and accessible for consumers. A recent study from, surprise, a 3D printer company reveals a growing interest in the do-it-yourself (DIY) trend. The report, commissioned with research agency OnePoll, surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers and found that one in three Americans would consider buying a 3D [...]
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Swimming with wild dolphins during a wonderful research project we ran in the Bahamas. Swimming with real Sharks, not intended or part of any research...
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Facebook Has 40 Million-Plus Small Business Pages
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Technology And Social Change
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3D Printers Popping Up In Retail Stores
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From Staples to UPS, Amazon to Home Depot, and now Sam’s Club, many retailers are placing 3D printers on their store shelves (online or bric

$117 Billion Market For Internet of Things In Healthcare By 2020
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According to a new report from MarketResearch.com, the healthcare Internet of Things market segment is poised to hit $117 billion by 2020. D

3D Bioprinting BioBots Wants Piece of $50 Billion Pharmaceutical Industr...
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A Butterfly Wing-Inspired Sensor May Save Your Life
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Engineers in GE labs have been studying the Morph butterfly to understand what gives it, at least in part, its iridescent coat. The result i

Ford Motor Corp Invents New Way To Shape Metal
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The English Wheel is a tool, some call it a machine, that allows a sheet of metal to be formed. It requires a skilled craftsman to use it, a

Tindie Helps You Solve Hardware Problems
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3D Printing May Be The Future: Cricut Explore Is Now
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Between the $29 billion DIY crafting industry and the emerging 3D printing movement, there is an opportunity to make desktop manufacturing m

Can You Hear Me? Affordable Hearing Aid Launches From iHear Medical
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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 360 million people worldwide have a disabling hearing loss. Added to that, current product

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I didn't have any money so couldn't start a business. And even if I started one, I didn't have an office, or clients, and I was too shy to c

3D Printing in the Home: 1 In 3 Americans Ready For 3D Printer
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3D printing is becoming more affordable and accessible for consumers. A recent study from, surprise, a 3D printer company reveals a growing

About A Boy: 3D Printed Heart Model Saves Young Life
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A 14 month-old boy is found with heart defects. The Kosair Children's Hospital in Louisville Kentucky knows that he needs surgery, but with

500X Faster -- New Ultra-fast 3D Printer In Works
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Speed. We do not like to wait. Printing a document on a laser printer makes us antsy and that’s fairly quick. Printing a large item on many

Big Data Under The Surface At Mobile World Congress
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NetAppVoice: How To Succeed In Business (Without Really Being Satya Nade...
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World's First 3D Carbon Fiber Printer
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VideoAt SolidWorks World, MarkForged released the world's first 3D printer capable of printing with carbon fiber. As I revealed in today’s e

I Did Everything Wrong But Still Got My Stolen Bike Back
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Bike theft cost San Francisco residents $4.6 million in 2012, with thousands of bikes stolen annually. In 2014 I was one of the victims. I g

We live about 90 minutes away from PA, but we head out to Tendy's pretty regularly. We love it. We've spent a lot of time in China and it is as close to the homestyle food you can get a little restaurant there. Sure, some of it is Americanized, but the flavors are good, the veggies fresh and not overcooked. We love the salty stringbeans, spicy eggplant, and a number of other dishes. We have taken several Chinese friends all with good remarks. It is worth a stop, particularly after a good hike in Olympic National Park. Several people have commented about the service and waitstaff being unfriendly. They are friendly. English is not their first language and you have to take that into account. It isn't always easy for a non-English speaker to make small talk. Perhaps our experience is different because we've been going there for years. They don't know our names, but they recognize us. The service is good. I go there for the food, though.
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