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I LOVE the design of this 3d printer made by Chad Bridgewater! It is a true piece of art! it combines modern technology and vintage design as he developed his 3d printer based on a frame of old post-WWII Craftsman table saw. He re-purposed this two machines for his MFA thesis and he will aslo ...
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This is probably the cheapest DLP SLA 3D printer that you can build yourself for some 500 USD including the projector! "Little Dipper" has a simple design that anyone can replicate with some basic DIY skills and it makes prints with reasonable quality. The most expenisve par is the projector ...
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How to create custom metal parts in less than 1 hour at home?
Check how with our instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printing-with-metals-at-home/
Made with LumiPocket, the best cost effective Dlp 3d printer:
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lumipocket-affordable-high-quality-3d-printer/
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Like I said, no problem :-) If you have some new information or projects just let me know ...
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New decoration ideas for your home by #1click3dprint. Isn't it tremendous art work? http://bit.ly/1upUdpn
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This very detailed tutorial was prepared by Nabgha Farhat, Brigham and Women's Hospital. It describes, step-by-step how to extract specific data form CT scan and convert them into format from which it can be 3d printed. She isolated portions of the mandibular bone and the temporal bone for the ...
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MTM Multifab is truly multifunctional desktop manufacturing machine. It has several replaceable tool head options: MACHINING SPINDLE, A high-speed (20K RPM) spindle supports light subtractive machining. The spindle can be constructed entirely from off-the-shelf compoents.
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Save tons of money on your science equipment budget or start DIY science lab. It is easy ... Open source lab homepage: http://www.appropedia.org/Open-source_Lab. Here is a link to an open source calorimeter: http://www.appropedia.org/Open-source_colorimeter. Here is the Thingiverse collection of ...
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Ingenious and cool process designed by Noah Feehan of hiding data in 3d printed object. Shape itself can then be scanned for information to be extracted and decrypted. Physical object IS encrypted data carrier, carrying it in its shape. I could not find more detailed or software itself, ...
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New and smaller Replicator Mini with build volume of: 10.0 L x 10.0 W x 12.5 H cm 3.9 L x 3.9 W x 4.9 H in. It is priced at 1375 USD, shipping in spring of 2014 http://store.makerbot.com/replicator-mini · Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook ...
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This can be much harder in the world of physical objects than it is with exclusively digital works. Unlike with code or photographs, with physical objects you may actually have to search out what parts are and are not protected by copyright. You may also need to make a distinction between the ...
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Let the desktop laser sintering revolution begin! Sintratec is company from Switzerland that wants to develop first desktop selective laser sintering DIY 3d printer. They aim to launch a crowdfunding campaign in October to raise money to ship at least 60 kit printers with price under 3999 euro ...
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This is a big surprise and big news for the scene! Printrbot is expanding into desktop CNC market with this preview of their router. We want more information! From video description: Printrbot Founder and CEO Brook Drumm was on hand at MakerCon today to reveal a beta of the upcoming Printrbot ...
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Technical specifications of Mark One: Printing Technology: Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) / Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF); Build Size: 305mm x 160mm x 160mm (12″ x 6.25″ x 6.25″, 486ci); Material Compatibility: Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass, Nylon, PLA; Highest Layer Resolution: FFF ...
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Preview of E3D filament mixing hotend by Sanjay Mortimer. The goal of E3D mixing extuder is to get fast color response with homogeneous output. Beside mixing various color filaments, it could also mix different types of polymer to achieve different print material properties.
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The resulting printer dimensions are aprox. 830x500x500mm. Some Weak points: Large horizontal printer size (double of the print bed). No heatbed for the first version. Possible x/y axis wobble. Arms mechanism untested in this arrangement. Future Design Goals: Small version (250x120mm print bed) ...
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Just before Thanksgiving 2013, Not Impossible's Mick Ebeling returned home from Sudan's Nuba Mountains where he set up what is probably the world's first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility. More to the point of the journey is that Mick managed to give hope and independence back to ...
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New large volume 3d printer model from MakerBot: Replicator Z18. It will be shipped at spring of 2014. It is priced at 6499 USD. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook. Click here for more posts in category: fff, large printer, makerbot, new diy 3d printer, replicator ...
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