What have you 3D Printed today?
You can make anything. Especially magic.
Hex Vase trio 3D Printed on MAkerBot Rep2. Math art by @dizingof
What have you 3D Printed today? A Halloween decoration.
3D Printing + Arduino + kid power = amazing innovation
When we do go back to the Moon or Mars 3D printers will be most valuable tools. We can replace parts, build unforeseen needed objects - and perhaps create a new ride back
Here you go - the fundamentals of 3D Printing. I have two of them already. Looking forward to making the world.
This is a new era of which I look forward to very much!
Here is my personal factory fabricating S hooks, which I use to hang pots and pans in my kitchen. It is printing 3-up. May seem quaint but I have never liked how commercial metal hooks work. The hooks come off with the pan handle in the flow cooking and interrupt the zen. I designed the geometry of the hook to stay affixed while still being able to easily slide. Here is what the finished product looks like in use. http://pinterest.com/pin/242209286179707277/
You can make time out of bits, with a 3D printer
3D Printing - the next generation. A little assembly required for the new Makerbot Replicator but a big leap forward from the Thing-O-Matic - more painful than an IKEA bed.