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Jeffrey Landrum
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As a ULI alum, this is pretty awesome:
 
We've got something that the other colleges in America want. Inside our student-run Invention Studio ideas become actual products, and we provide our students with the tools they need to create them.  So far MIT, Yale, Virginia Tech, and Florida have visited to see what it's all about. #stemeducation #inventionstories #highered   -- http://www.news.gatech.edu/features/invention-studio
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A friend of mine has done some development work on a Chrome extension that can do gcode handling for printers.  Beware of bugs, it's still pretty new.
chrome-gcode-sender - A gcode-sender application for Chrome/ChromeOS.
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Correction, someone else they know at Google did this one
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Good things to keep in mind for parts made with FDM/FFF printers
Part Design for FDM These guidelines are to be used as a starting point in understanding the basic aspects of part design and preparation for FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) components. When designing a part to be built using...
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Just finished another update for my ongoing project: a large-scale custom 3D printer
About five months have passed since you last read about HPRINT, and in terms of the story behind it you're about nine months behind.  Time to catch up! When I arrived at Tech in August, one of the ...
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Ridiculously cool technology:
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Mechanical Engineer Jeff Landrum examines the future of 3D Printing and how the recent rapid developments in the industry could lead to a new "killer product". There's a countless number of game-ch...
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Editor's choice of image, but I personally thought it went will with the picture of the Altair
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Landing legs are being mounted onto the Falcon 9 rocket for next month’s trip to station. Will be ~60 ft span when deployed!

For now Falcon 9 will continue to land in the ocean, but once precision control is refined, the rocket will land on land.
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So... Rum & Coke is a magical life-giving elixir?

Can't wait for follow-up research to be completed and make it out to the public!
The ends of your chromosomes are sensitive to a variety of environmental factors.
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A friend and classmate of mine, Xo Wang, puts in his $0.02 on the announced 3D Printing support for Windows 8.1 from a Computer Science perspective.
Microsoft has just made its mark on 3D printing with its announcement of built-in support for 3D printing in Windows 8.1. Now I don't usually do blog posts like this where I pretend to keep up with...
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"Windows Store"! Going to get interesting. Everyone seems to be fighting to be THE repository.
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If there existed a mechanism that would allow you to switch between two to six filament lines using only a single extrusion motor (only one filament would be extruded at a time), how interested would you be in putting it on your Printer?
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For colors I wouldn't be interested because 6 is too little. For materials I might be interested if there are enough applications, can you name some ? Are there even applications that need more than 2 (except biology) ? Printing speed would be drastically increased by purging and temperature changes, I think professional machines use one material per extruder for this reason.
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The second piece I've written for Make's 3D Thursday Series:
Mechanical Engineer Jeff Landrum examines the future of 3D Printing and how the recent rapid developments in the industry could lead to a new "killer product". There's a countless number of game-ch...
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  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Mechanical Engineering, 2007 - 2013
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  • Mcor Technologies
    Service Engineer, 2013 - present
  • Syntheon LLC
    Intern, 2013
  • Syntheon LLC
    Intern, 2011
  • Syntheon LLC
    Intern, 2010
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