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          Comment on The 3D Printing Gifts Guide 2018 by elmuchacho      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Number 3 Cons would be making the nozzle bigger with the drill bits !
          University welcomes world renowned 3D Printing researcher      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Engineering in early 2019.
          The 3D Printed iPhone Dock with Apple Watch Holder      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The 3D printed iPhone dock delivers an elegant way to hold your iPhone, and integrated Apple Watch holder charges your Apple Watch. Like the design? Let’s have a look. This is a beautifully designed and versatile dock station that supports all iPhone and Apple Watch models. The dock measures about 70 x 140 x 22mm, and as we can see from the images, it shows off a sleek, calm atmosphere of hammered finish, and the slim and compact form factor allows you to easily place it anywhere in your room. The iPhone dock is made from plant-derived bioplastic for an
          The Coolest Items You Can Create With A 3D Printer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Image Credit: Pixabay 3D printing is one of the latest crazes that is sweeping through the tech industry. It seems that just about every week some new news story comes out about how a 3D printer was used to create some new and unique item to solve a problem. At this point in their design ...

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          University welcomes world renowned 3D Printing researcher      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Press Release – University of Auckland University of Auckland welcomes world renowned 3D Printing researcher Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Engineering in early 2019. Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the University of Auckland’s Faculty of […]
          Rocket Pig Games Halfling Gambler      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games Halfling GamblerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Halfling Gambler

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
           3D printing system creates family home in France in just 54 hours       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A team of researchers, scientists and engineers from France have created a 3D printed house in just a matter of hours. And for the first time ever, it will serve as a permanent home for a family of five.
          Quick and Easy Way to Neaten 3D Prints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D printers have taken the world by storm, in recent years its more and more common to see 3D printers in typical consumers homes. I would guess that in a few years 3D printers will become almost as common as regular old 2D printers and I think that's a great thing!While this popularity for 3D print...
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          PAPER HUNGRY ROBOT - Pringles Recycle Arduino Robot      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This is another version of Hungry Robot which I built in 2018. You can make this robot without 3d printer. All you need to do is just buying a can of Pringles, a servo motor, a proximity sensor, an arduino and some of tools. You can download all the files from the drawing to the source code for it. ...
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          Global 3D-Printing 3DP Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 11, 2018 ) Global 3D Printing 3DP Market Grows With Changing Consumer Preferences & New Opportunities Planet Market Reports has added a report, titled, “Global 3D -Printing 3DP Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023.” The report helps market...
          Signs 3D Printing Is Finally Living Up to Its Full Potential      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Advances in 3D printing will revolutionize manufacturing and the supply chain… Imagine you are an executive at UPS. What market shifts would keep you up at night? Maybe it’s the fact the Amazon.com announced they want to get into the logistics business to compete head-to-head with UPS and FedEx. Maybe it is the rapid development of drone technologies […]

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          Sand Drawing Robot      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Spanish engineer Ivan Miranda has created a brilliant, self-propelled, 3D printed, programmable robot that is able to rapidly write letters and phrases onto sand through negative imprinting.
          University welcomes world renowned 3D Printing researcher      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Press Release – University of Auckland Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the University of Aucklands Faculty of Engineering in early 2019. University of Auckland welcomes world renowned 3D Printing researcher Multi-award-winning product design developer and engineering researcher Professor Olaf Diegel will join the University of Auckland’s Faculty of […]
          Court victory legalizes 3D-printable gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A multi-year legal battle over the ability to distribute computer models of gun parts and replicate them in 3D printers has ended in defeat for government authorities who sought to prevent the practice. Cody Wilson, the gunmaker and free speech advocate behind the lawsuit, now intends to expand his operations, providing printable gun blueprints to all who desire them.
          Court victory legalizes 3D-printable gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A multi-year legal battle over the ability to distribute computer models of gun parts and replicate them in 3D printers has ended in defeat for government authorities who sought to prevent the practice. Cody Wilson, the gunmaker and free speech advocate behind the lawsuit, now intends to expand his operations, providing printable gun blueprints to all who desire them.
          Rocket Pig Games Halfling Gambler      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games Halfling GamblerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Halfling Gambler

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
           3D printing system creates family home in France in just 54 hours       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A team of researchers, scientists and engineers from France have created a 3D printed house in just a matter of hours. And for the first time ever, it will serve as a permanent home for a family of five.
          Fab Lab unveils 3-D printer creations – Independent Tribune      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Independent TribuneFab Lab unveils 3-D printer creationsIndependent TribuneAcademy coordinator Kristi Parlier said they wanted to use the 3D printers to create something meaningful, so they came up with the idea of the Fab Lab to get students their int...
          Reactie op Dus thuis werken door netsensei      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kapot onderdeel laten 3D printen en stoel opnieuw assembleren?
          Anyone here with CAD software? (no replies)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I need a small telescope part drawn up for 3D printing. Basically an oval with a hole.
          DOJ and SAF Reach Settlement in Defense Distributed Lawsuit - Victory for 3D Printing!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
http://joshblackman.com/blog/2018/07/10/doj-second-amendment-foundation-reach-settlement-in-defense-distributed-lawsuit/ ---Quote--- Under terms of the settlement, the government has agreed to waive its prior restraint against the plaintiffs, allowing them to freely publish the 3-D files and...
          3D printing system creates family home for five in France in just 54 hours      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D printing system creates family home for five in France in just 54 hours#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000 A team of researchers, scientists and engineers from France have created a 3D printed house in just a matter of hours. And for the first time ever, it will serve as a permanent home for a family of five. Reported by MailOnline 1 hour ago.
          From Virtual Nutritionists To 3D Printed Vitamins: 18 Personalized Nutrition Startups Disrupting Your Dinner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A one-size-fits-all approach no longer cuts it. Personalization has hit every industry from beauty to apparel to medicine. Personalized nutrition, in particular, has taken off. With applications ranging from virtual nutritionists to genomics-driven nutrition test kits to personalized vitamins, startups in …
          Death Watch - Bo Katan, Pre Vizla and Custom Mandalorian Gauntlet Mark 4 3D Print Files by AprilStormProps      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

9.90 USD

This listing is for the 3D print files, it is not the article itself

These are based on the second screen version of Pre Vizsla's and Bo Katan gauntlets from the Clone Wars, but also includes a custom design should you want to print something custom.

This is a new version (Mark 4) that replaces the old plastic clip for a locking pin that slides in from the rear of the gauntlet. It is much more durable. The locking Pin is designed to also be a bicycle spoke cut down to side in and be able to be pulled back out easily

This version should be more durable in PLA if you need to print in PLA as there are no flexible parts for the main body but I would recommend using a more flexible plastic for the blade, nozzles and darts if you are able to. I have successfully printe hundreds of these gauntlets in both ABS and PETG. They print very well with mimimal supports required.

The 3D Print files comes with:

Left and Right hand gauntlets pre-sized to fit Extra Small right through to XL (check the measurements in your printing software if you are unsure)
Bo Katan are sized from XS to Medium
Pre Vizla are sized from Medium to XL

Retractable blade which slides into the housing (We recommend you print this in a flexible plastic like TPU)
LED covers we we recommend you print in a translucent plastic
All blaster nozzles and flame nozzles as well as darts

In addition for customisation:
Customised DW ROTJ Fett style Flame unit (both left and right) designed to mount on the upper clam
Customised (Hidden blade) lower clams so you can mount a retractable blade on the lower side
Customised Low profile upper clam

Printer Requirements:
These will print on a standard "prusa" sized domestic printer with a print volume of 200x200x200 approximately. You may be able to use a smaller printer if you re-orient the top clam-shells as they print best vertically.


          Court victory legalizes 3D-printable gun blueprints      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A multi-year legal battle over the ability to distribute computer models of gun parts and replicate them in 3D printers has ended in defeat for government authorities who sought to prevent the practice. Cody Wilson, the gunmaker and free speech advocate behind the lawsuit, now intends to expand his operations, providing printable gun blueprints to all who desire them.
          Getting Started with Office 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What you will learn:

This document provides a comprehensive insight into all of the considerations that need to be addressed when you're considering investing in an in-house 3D printing solution. After reading the document, you should be able to answer the following questions:
  • How to establish buy-in across the organization and overcome barriers to adoption?
  • What organizational considerations should be taken into account?
  • How should the logistics of a new in-house 3D printing setup be managed?
  • What to expect once the 3D printers are up and running?
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          3D Printing in Electronics Industry Market competitive dynamics to 2023 Studied in new Research      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Global 3D Printing in Electronics Industry Market Insights Covering Market Dynamics and Competitive Scenario with industry trends and Forecast To 2023
          On-demand 3D printing marketplace Xometry acquires MakeTime, raises $25M in new funding      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Xometry, the on-demand online manufacturing marketplace, announced that it has acquired Lexington, Ky.-based MakeTime, another leading on-demand manufacturing company. The combined company will operate under the Xometry brand name and have offices in Maryland and Kentucky.
          French family becomes the first to move into a 3D printed house      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D printed house. The overall goal of the 3D printed house project is to demonstrate that 3D printing technologies can be used to not only construct liveable housing structures but affordable housing.
          Severance Hospital to commercialize Koreas first 3D printed artificial eye      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Severance Hospital of the Yonsei University Health System (YUHS) announced Monday that it is getting ready to commercialize Korea’s first 3D printed artificial eye.
          [David Kopel] US government drops prohibition on files for 3D printed arms      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Last week the U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State settled a lawsuit and agreed to end their prior restraint of distribution of computer files for the production of 3D printed firearms.

The "International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)" are a collection of regulations covering the export of military weapons from the United States. The regulations are based on the 1976 Arms Export Control Act. The ITAR export controls apply to all arms on the U.S. Munitions List ["USML"], which is created by the State Department. An ITAR export permit costs at least $2,250 annually. Starting in 2012, the Department of Defense issued regulations asserting that many U.S. gunsmiths are required to obtain ITAR export permits even if they never export anything. Details are available on the website of Prince Law Offices, P.C., which specializes in firearms commerce regulation.

Under the Obama administration, the U.S. Munitions List grew to include many ordinary firearms, as well as the computer files for 3D printing of ordinary firearms. In 2015, a lawsuit against the ban on distributing 3D printing files within the U.S. was brought by the Second Amendment Foundation (a civil rights litigation organization) and by Defense Distributed (a producer of 3D printing files). Plaintiffs' attorneys included Alan Gura (winner of the Heller and McDonald cases) and Josh Blackman (law professor at South Texas College of Law). There were many arguments in the case, but the principle one was that ban constituted a prior restraint of speech, contrary to the First Amendment.

The U.S. government prevailed in the District Court, and before a Fifth Circuit panel. A petition for rehearing en banc was rejected by a 9-5 vote. Fifth Circuit Judges voting to grant the petition were Jones, Smith, Clement, Owen, and Elrod. Voting against the petition were Stewart, Jolly, Dennis, Prado, Southwick, Haynes, Graves, Higginson, and Costa. In January 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the petition for certiorari. Documents in the case are available here.

However, in May 2018, the Trump administration proposed revising revise the ITAR regulations. The move for regulatory reform actually began under the Obama administration, but the proposed reforms were never published. Now they have been. Export controls for many ordinary firearms and accessories will be removed from the ITAR list. Exports of such items will instead by controlled by the Department of Commerce. Among the items remaining under the ITAR system are automatic firearms, firearms of greater than .50 caliberr, magazines with more than 50 rounds, and sound moderators (a/k/a "silencers"). Non-automatic firearms of.50 caliber or less will no longer be covered under ITAR; among the firearms no longer under ITAR is the semiautomatic AR-15 rifle, the most common rifle in American history. Its typical calibers are .223 and .308--well under the new .50+ caliber rule.

Accordingly, the government defendants revisited the Defense Distributed case. If a particular arm (e.g., the AR-15) is no longer part of ITAR, then it would be illogical for ITAR to be applied to instructions for making the arm. Under today's settlement agreement, plaintiffs and others may freely publish 3D printing instructions for firearms that are not covered under ITAR. Restrictions on distribution of 3D printing information for items that are still under ITAR, such as machine guns or rifles over .50 caliber, remain in place.


          Forum Post: RE: STL Export question      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi Steve, I agree it look similar to the display in Connect. The main issue I am having is the setting in the STL export don't appear to make any difference to the export. I tried various setting but the output is the same. The impact is obviously only in curved surfaces but I can't get a smooth(ish) export for 3d printing it is turning out faceted. Thanks Wayne
          Do some 3D Modelling      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
need someone to take pictures of miniatures i have and make them into 3d printable files. all images need to be changed to avoid copyright (Budget: $30 - $250 AUD, Jobs: 3D Animation, 3D Modelling, 3D Rendering)
          3D Printer Raspberry Pi Stand & Case for OctoPrint Rig #3Dprinting      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A neat post from Dave at plastibots.com. After adding a TFT screen to his OctoPrint Pi setup, he designed and 3D printed a cradle mount for his LulzBot Mini printer. The cradle is a remix from an Adafruit guide, while the shell are direct prints.  STL files for the remixed cradle are here.  He also integrated a […]
          Electrical Engineer - 4D Tech Solutions, Inc. - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rapid prototyping (3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutter, etc …). 4D Tech Solutions is seeking a highly motivated entry-level software/electrical/test... $85,000 - $105,000 a year
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          BSE postpones launch of its new platform for listing startups      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The platform, scheduled for launch today, was aimed at facilitating the listing of companies in sectors such as IT, ITES, bio-technology and life sciences, 3D printing, space technology and e-commerce.
          Electrical Engineer - 4D Tech Solutions, Inc. - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rapid prototyping (3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutter, etc …). 4D Tech Solutions is seeking a highly motivated entry-level software/electrical/test... $85,000 - $105,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 16:33:55 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          Volkswagen T-Cross prototype 2018: first drive of crossover supermini      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Volkswagen T-Cross prototype 2019 first drive review hero front Practicality coupled with a funky design and strong engines suggest this compact crossover could challenge at the sharp end of its segment

The market launch of the Volkswagen T-Cross is still almost a year away, but this being Autocar, we’ve already had access to a prototype to deliver you an early impression.

The T-Cross you see here is far from production ready, as is evident from the camouflage that makes it look like it crashed into the Starburst factory. But what lies beneath, according to the car’s engineers, is “95% complete”. So this is a credible early glimpse of what’s to come.

Due on sale in spring 2019 priced from about £17,000, the T-Cross follows the all-new T-Roc to further bolster VW’s SUV line-up, which is set to grow to 12 models by 2020. But as the cheapest of the lot, the T-Cross, a rival to the Hyundai Kona and Nissan Juke, could fast become the volume seller and, given the sky-rocketing demand for SUVs, it’s not particularly mad to suggest it could outsell the Polo one day.

The T-Cross is built on the ubiquitous MQB platform and in this application it’s technically linked to the Polo, so it shares many features with that car, including a very similar footprint that’s only larger thanks to extended overhangs. Although the car pictured here wears camouflage, we’ve seen an undisguised design prototype and it’s clear VW has gone for a similarly youthful look to the one it introduced with the T-Roc, particularly at the rear, where there’s LED lighting and a reflector bar across the middle.

VW’s engineers have packed as much safety and practicality as possible into the T-Cross, so it gets a full suite of driver assist technology, including VW’s latest front assist area monitoring system that can prevent impacts with vehicles ahead or approaching from the side. Plus the T-Cross can devour a class-leading 455 litres of luggage when the 60/40-split rear bench is slid forward by 20mm (a feature that’s unique in the segment) and the two-level boot floor is set to its lowest. It swallows 1281 litres with the rear seats completely down.

This provides the T-Cross with “unrivalled flexibility”, according to VW small cars boss Andreas Krüger, although the prototypes we tried featured a strengthening bar that stretched across the front of the boot floor (just behind the seats), which created an inconvenient raised lip about an inch high. This could be “engineered out” before production starts, we’re told, but it might not be, which would hinder the usability of the boot floor’s space.

Tick a few option boxes and VW will add its slick and functional 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system and the active info display instrument cluster as well, carried directly over from the Polo. There are also vibrant trim finishes available with an optional 3D print design on the dashboard to spruce things up.

We spent most of our time in a car equipped with a 1.0 TSI triple producing up to 113bhp. It is predicted to be the top-seller and comes with a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox (we tried the latter). But the range will start with a 94bhp version of the triple mated exclusively to a five-speed ’box. A 1.5 TSI four-pot with 148bhp is due as the quickest option. There’ll be just one diesel, a 1.6 TDI with 94bhp and 184lb ft.

On the road, the T-Cross, which is available in front-wheel drive only, feels only marginally larger than a Polo so remains easy to thread along the narrow sections of Bavarian country lane on our test route. The 1.0 TSI, familiar from the Polo and Golf, remains impressive in this application, offering strong lowdown torque with a pleasing three-cylinder rumble. It feels eager and free revving in the T-Cross, even if not particularly potent, and the DSG dual-clutch gearbox is quick to shift. We noted a slight hesitation to kick down under heavy throttle loads on a few occasions, but VW's engineers say there is still some calibration work to do.

The diesel is expected to remain a low-volume option because oilburners are not in particularly heavy demand at this end of the market. But the 1.6-litre unit feels effortless in the T-Cross, with its healthy peak torque seemingly available from under 2000rpm. (Specifications aren’t confirmed yet.) It allows the seven-speed auto to hang onto higher gears for longer to make the whole driving experience feel more effortless.

Interestingly, our diesel test car rode slightly better than the petrol one – both were on 17in wheels, although 16s and 18s will also be offered – soaking up ridges and cracks without the thuds and vibrations we’d felt in the 1.0-litre car. This could be linked to the slightly firmer front springs used in the heavier diesel doing a better job of keeping the body composed, but we suspect it’s evidence of an undecided final set-up and variations between these very well-used development cars.

Let’s make no mistake, here. It’s difficult to come to conclusions about a production car so far from it being signed off, so we won’t. But it’s clear the T-Cross has a lot going for it, particularly in terms of practicality.

If VW’s engineers can iron out the remaining creases and be confident enough to give the brand’s most compact SUV the interior it deserves, you’d be hard pressed to doubt the glint of confidence in their eyes.

Volkswagen T-Cross specification

Where Munich, Germany Price £17,000 (est) On sale Spring 2019 Engine 3-cylinder, 999cc, turbo, petrol Power 113bhp Torque 148lb ft (est) Gearbox 7-speed dual-clutch automatic Kerb weight tbc Top speed 120mph (est) 0-62mph 10sec (est) Fuel economy tbc CO2 tbc Rivals Hyundai Kona, Seat Arona, Nissan Juke

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          Rocket Pig Games Halfling Gambler      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games Halfling GamblerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Halfling Gambler

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          Getting Started with Office 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What you will learn:

This document provides a comprehensive insight into all of the considerations that need to be addressed when you're considering investing in an in-house 3D printing solution. After reading the document, you should be able to answer the following questions:
  • How to establish buy-in across the organization and overcome barriers to adoption?
  • What organizational considerations should be taken into account?
  • How should the logistics of a new in-house 3D printing setup be managed?
  • What to expect once the 3D printers are up and running?
Download the white paper now!

Request Free!

          Getting Started with Office 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What you will learn:

This document provides a comprehensive insight into all of the considerations that need to be addressed when you're considering investing in an in-house 3D printing solution. After reading the document, you should be able to answer the following questions:
  • How to establish buy-in across the organization and overcome barriers to adoption?
  • What organizational considerations should be taken into account?
  • How should the logistics of a new in-house 3D printing setup be managed?
  • What to expect once the 3D printers are up and running?
Download the white paper now!

Request Free!

          Duchess Meghan Committed Another Royal No-No Today      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This isn’t any normal picture of Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry. Oh no, there’s something shocking happening here. I’ll give you a hint: it has nothing to do with Duchess Meghan’s scandalous bare shoulders or hat that looks like Spirograph’s failed attempt at 3D printing. Meghan was caught (hard gulp) holding Harry’s arm. E! News says […]
          The Coolest Items You Can Create With A 3D Printer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Image Credit: Pixabay 3D printing is one of the latest crazes that is sweeping through the tech industry. It seems that just about every week some new news story comes out about how a 3D printer was used to create some new and unique item to solve a problem. At this point in their design ...

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           Inexpensive houses could be 3D-printed from peat       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The University of Tartu's Prof. Toomas Tenno, with test pieces of the material#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Some of the earliest houses in Northern Europe were made out of slabs of peat, as it was a cheap and abundant building material. Now, Estonian scientists are revisiting the idea of peat houses, only this time they're looking at 3D-printing the things.

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          Cambodia-based Aniwaa expands business with the launch of VR/AR headset comparison tool      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

With teams in Cambodia and France, Aniwaa started off as a blog and comparison tool for 3D printer users Phnom Penh-based media startup Aniwaa, which has been known as provider of content and comparison tool for 3D printers, today announced the launch of its new virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headsets comparison tool. […]

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          Hashtag Trending – 3D printing and asteroids; Uber invests in Lime; FedEx Institute plans blockchain project      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A California-based company plans to use 3D printing to create asteroid spacecrafts, Uber slides into scooter business, and the FedEx Institute of Technology wants to create a blockchain platform for cancer medicine distribution. On Google Trends – Made in Space, the pioneers of off-world 3D printers based in California, want to use 3D printing technology…
          Car Recycling | SEGMENT 6 | #326      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What if you could trade your car in for the newest updated version every 18 months? Jay Rogers (@JohnBRogers) lets us know about his plan for the future: Trade in your 3D printed car, have it ground down and turned into materials for your new car! Listen to Full Episode #326 Download Segment 6
          Future of Cars, AI, and DNA | FULL SHOW | #326      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Innovation is often born out of competition. Today, we find out about XPRIZE, progress in the field of AI, 'biological barcoding,' and the revolution of 3D printing in the auto world. | Download Full Episode #326 Segment 1: XPRIZE | Download Segment 1 How do big innovations happen? Competitions like XPRIZE (@xprize) help make progress possible by providing incentives to help creators want to create. Amir Banifatemi, Prize Leader for IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, joins to tell us more about the origins of XPRIZE. Segment 2: Future of AI | Download Segment 2 What makes XPRIZE (@xprize) so important, especially to the field of AI? Amir Banifatemi explains how this challenge has helped AI progress and bring together multidisciplinary teams from around the world. Segment 3: A Biological Code | Download Segment 3 The world needs a better way to track products and identify the ones that are genuine. This is the mission of MeiLin Wan, Applied DNA Sciences (@APDN) Executive Director of Textile Sales. MeiLin is here to shed some light on a new product that uses plant DNA to create a 'biological barcode' to track all kinds of goods. Segment 4: The Future of the Car | Download Segment 4 Local Motors (@localmotors) have been advancing the technology of building cars by leaps and bounds, but they have encountered the usual hurdle automotive companies come up against: the Federal Government. CEO Jay Rogers (@JohnBRogers) fills us in on their difficulties and progress. Segment 5: Neighborhood Electric Vehicle | Download Segment 5 With a belief in sustainability and local ingenuity, Jay Rogers (@JohnBRogers) and Local Motors (@localmotors) have made it their mission to enhance the life of local communities everywhere. We also learn about the NEV, or Neighborhood Electric Vehicles, which he plans to introduce to meet the needs of congested city transit. Segment 6: Car Recycling | Download Segment 6 What if you could trade your car in for the newest updated version every 18 months? Jay Rogers (@JohnBRogers) lets us know about his plan for the future: Trade in your 3D printed car, have it ground down and turned into materials for your new car!
          Made in the USA | SEGMENT 1 | #322      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D-printing, the disruptive manufacturing technology, is bringing back stateside production work in innumerable fields including the automotive, aerospace and health care industries. With us to expound upon the implications of 3D-printing is author of "3D Printing will Rock the World", John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Listen to Full Episode #322 Download Segment 1
          Best of: Emerging Tech | FULL SHOW | #322      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The 3D-printing revolution is in full effect. We learn more about the tech that has traditional manufacturing in its cross hairs. Then, this gadget can save you 10-12% on heating and cooling costs compared to traditional programmable thermostats. Should you purchase a Nest Learning Thermostat? Wrapping up, we take a look at smart bulbs you can control with your phone! | Download Full Episode #322 Segment 1: Made in the USA | Download Segment 1 3D-printing, the disruptive manufacturing technology, is bringing back stateside production work in innumerable fields including the automotive, aerospace and health care industries. With us to expound upon the implications of 3D-printing is author of "3D Printing will Rock the World", John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Segment 2: Benefits of 3D-Printing | Download Segment 2 Traditionally, the manufacturing process is very labor intensive and thus, requires lower labor costs. 3D-printing turns this model on its head allowing for higher labor costs in countries like the U.S. We discuss this notable benefit as well as where you can source designs and standard equipment costs with John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop) of Finnegan IP Law Firm. Segment 3: National Security Risk? | Download Segment 3 Additive manufacturing, also know as 3D-printing, was invented in the 80's as a rapid prototyping process and has gained steam in recent years. With so many obvious benefits, is there a dark side to this tech? We delve into crime and national security concerns with 3dprintingindustry.com contributor, John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Segment 4: Nest Learning Thermostat | Download Segment 4 This technology is so good, it practically pays for itself! The Nest Learning Thermostat (@Nest) keeps you and your pets comfortable, saves energy, and puts a little cash back in your pocket. Mark Rose offers an overview of the Nest Thermostat Generation 3, a smart buy at the $250 price point. Segment 5: Zone Cooling | Download Segment 5 Do you have a space that's large enough to require multiple thermostats? Nest (@Nest) has you covered. Nest Learning Thermostat Product Lead, Mark Rose, explains how multiple units work together to keep every zone of your home or office at an optimal temp. Then, we find out other products available by Nest. Segment 6: TikTeck | Download Segment 6 Connect up to 52 multicolored smart bulbs with access to 15 million different colors for only $9.99 a piece with TikTeck Bulbs (@TikTeck). TikTeck Founder & CEO, Rex Chen, gives us the scoop on their smartphone controlled light bulbs and other products.
          National Security Risk? | SEGMENT 3 | #313      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D-printing, was invented in the 80's as a rapid prototyping process and has gained steam in recent years. With so many obvious benefits, is there a dark side to this tech? We delve into crime and national security concerns with 3dprintingindustry.com contributor, John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Get John Hornick's book, 3D Printing Will Rock the World, via amazon.com. Listen to Full Episode #313 Download Segment 3
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Traditionally, the manufacturing process is very labor intensive and thus, requires lower labor costs. 3D-printing turns this model on its head allowing for higher labor costs in countries like the U.S. We discuss this notable benefit as well as where you can source designs and standard equipment costs with John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop) of Finnegan IP Law Firm. Get John Hornick's book, 3D Printing Will Rock the World, via amazon.com. Listen to Full Episode #313 Download Segment 2
          Made in the USA | SEGMENT 1 | #313      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D-printing, the disruptive manufacturing technology, is bringing back stateside production work in innumerable fields including the automotive, aerospace and health care industries. With us to expound upon the implications of 3D-printing is author of "3D Printing will Rock the World", John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Get John Hornick's book, 3D Printing Will Rock the World, via amazon.com. Listen to Full Episode #313 Download Segment 1
          Game Changing Gear | FULL SHOW | #313      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The 3D-printing revolution is in full effect. We learn more about the tech that has traditional manufacturing in its cross hairs. Then, this gadget can save you 10-12% on heating and cooling costs compared to traditional programmable thermostats. Should you purchase a Nest Learning Thermostat? Wrapping up, we touch on changes in the smart glasses industry with a focus on AMA XpertEye Mobility M1. | Download Full Episode #313 Segment 1: Made in the USA | Download Segment 1 3D-printing, the disruptive manufacturing technology, is bringing back stateside production work in innumerable fields including the automotive, aerospace and health care industries. With us to expound upon the implications of 3D-printing is author of "3D Printing will Rock the World", John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Segment 2: Benefits of 3D-Printing | Download Segment 2 Traditionally, the manufacturing process is very labor intensive and thus, requires lower labor costs. 3D-printing turns this model on its head allowing for higher labor costs in countries like the U.S. We discuss this notable benefit as well as where you can source designs and standard equipment costs with John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop) of Finnegan IP Law Firm. Segment 3: National Security Risk? | Download Segment 3 Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D-printing, was invented in the 80's as a rapid prototyping process and has gained steam in recent years. With so many obvious benefits, is there a dark side to this tech? We delve into crime and national security concerns with 3dprintingindustry.com contributor, John Hornick (@jhornick3d1stop). Get John Hornick's book, 3D Printing Will Rock the World, via amazon.com. Segment 4: Nest Learning Thermostat | Download Segment 4 This technology is so good, it practically pays for itself! The Nest Learning Thermostat (@Nest) keeps you and your pets comfortable, saves energy, and puts a little cash back in your pocket. Mark Rose offers an overview of the Nest Thermostat Generation 3, a smart buy at the $249 price point. Segment 5: Zone Cooling | Download Segment 5 Do you have a space that's large enough to require multiple thermostats? Nest (@Nest) has you covered. Nest Learning Thermostat Product Lead, Mark Rose, explains how multiple units work together to keep every zone of your home or office at an optimal temp. Then, we find out other products available by Nest. Segment 6: XpertEye | Download Segment 6 XpertEye Mobility M1 (@AMA_SAfrance) allows users to connect with a remote expert anywhere in the world. How will this influence trade and medical work? Find out with AMA XpertEye U.S. Director, Anne-Fleur Andrle.
          Senior 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with customers and our internal testing department to improve the product....
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Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with both internal and external key stakeholders to improve the product....
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FWA of the day 10 July 2018:

IS JAPAN COOL? CRAFTSMANSHIP (SAMURAI AVATAR)

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SAMURAI AVATAR showcases Japanese culture by letting users create original samurai avatars. Upload a photo of yourself and customize each part to create your own armor, with 300 trillion possible design combinations. Users can then download 3D data of the avatar to print using a 3D printer.

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3D printing is something that most technology and art enthusiasts are interested in, but...

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          Fashion Design Graduate Takes Major Step With Woven 3D Printed Shoes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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In the world of fashion, 3D printing has opened the door for a whirlwind of new looks and styles, and designers have leveraged this technology to showcase just how unique their concepts can be.

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          The failure of a 3D printer on Kickstarter      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Funding unsuccessful It was in late 2014 when I received a press release regarding a new 3D printer aimed at children but being funded through Kickstarter. Aiming 3D printers at children had so far failed in the marketplace, as had...
          IDG Contributor Network: How IT can reshape patient care      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Imagine having the ability to detect cancerous tissue within 10 seconds via a pen-shaped device, or the ability to receive an organ donation on-demand via a 3D printer. These scenarios are becoming a reality, as the frontend of healthcare technology brims with possibility.

However, a dichotomy exists in the healthcare industry. Hidden below the surface of incredible medical advances is a disarray of legacy backend systems and paper-based records that are siloing patient data and negatively impacting care. According to a Johns Hopkins study, medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the United States. Errors range from mix-ups with medication doses to missing information during patient handoffs in the emergency room.

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          11.07.2018 Nyhetsmorgen       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Reporter Roger Sevrin Bruland med siste nytt fra Thailand. USA øker toll mot Kina igjen. Korrespondent Guri Nordstrøm om Nato-toppmøtet. Paris av hengslene etter at Frankrike ble klar for VM-finale. Reidar Sollie om Frankrike i VM-finalen. Bruker stamceller for å 3D printe skjelettet. Reidar Sollie om Frankrike i VM-finalen.
          Electrical Engineer - 4D Tech Solutions, Inc. - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rapid prototyping (3D printers, CNC machines, laser cutter, etc …). 4D Tech Solutions is seeking a highly motivated entry-level software/electrical/test... $85,000 - $105,000 a year
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          The reason why only a quarter of India's engineering graduates are employable      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The singular expectation from university education is guaranteed employability and, thus, a return on investment. When this fails to happen, it is because the quality of education does not respond to market demand.

Drawing on data from 60,000 graduates pan-India, an employability solutions company noted that around 47 percent of Indian graduates are unemployable. According to a McKinsey report, only a quarter of Indian engineers are employable. Other studies put it at a much lower figure and even as low as five percent. These are alarming statistics because they would significantly and negatively impact India's demographic dividend.

In the meantime, technology has emerged as a game-changer. Breakthroughs in robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, 3D printing, driverless vehicles, for example, have triggered a revolution that is expected to transform everyday human experience.

Take robotic surgery, for instance. The surgeon can now carry out the most complex procedures with far greater skill, precision and dexterity. Robotics, similarly, is being used in the construction industry and it is argued that with robotic systems, output would be much more consistent accompanied by higher quality, speed and efficiency. In the military, it is estimated that the US armed forces could have more robots on the battlefield than real soldiers by 2025. Not only would these robots have deadly capability but, more importantly, their use would dramatically reduce loss of life among American soldiers in combat zones.

In a similar fashion, 3D printing is already impacting manufacturing, the production of medical devices, the fashion industry, architecture and the automobile industry. The dramatic impact that the technology revolution is having and would continue to have is an indisputable fact of contemporary life.

This would suggest that in 4-5 years time, when a student graduates, the job the person would do is yet to be created. For educators, this would prove to be a nightmare, unless they gear students up to anticipate uncertainty and have the ability to respond to it.

This is not true of Indian education, however, because of its steadfast refusal to evolve and embrace new challenges and prepare for a rapidly changing world. Unless it does so, education would not lead to employability or job creation through entrepreneurship.

What we know as facts are, first, that the rapid breakthroughs in technology would result in several current jobs being done by machines. We are already seeing this in multiple fields, some of which we interact with in our daily lives. Many supermarkets, for instance, have introduced pay machines and dispensed with manual bill generation and payment counters handled by staff. With the increasing use of credit cards, pay-and-go would displace more persons from other current jobs in many retail outlets. This would be equally true of airline and other modes of long-distance travel where boarding passes can now be printed without having to visit the counters. The McKinsey Global Institute estimates that around one-third of all jobs across 46 nations would be displaced by 2030.

Second, how we negotiate our relationship with technology would be critical to our well-being. At present, there is fear of, and even resistance to, technology because of credible apprehensions about loss of jobs. We need to recognise that technology is only a tool meant to assist us and to improve overall performance and productivity. Rather than a threat, it is meant to complement our core capabilities and free us from drudge work that machines might do better and more efficiently.

Even engineers, architects and doctors need to rethink their role, as machines would now replace what they did. But then again, there are several other areas where technology would be found wanting. Consequently, there would be increasing demand for new skills, as the work place would itself be dramatically transformed.

The McKinsey report estimates that automation could force anywhere between 75 million to 375 million into new jobs by 2030. This is borne out by other studies as well that argue that global, virtual teams would replace the current work place environment because project teams would now be geographically dispersed. PricewaterhouseCoopers projects this new style of working to increase by 50 percent by 2020 resulting in a potential shortfall of 85 million qualified workers globally by 2020.

Third, this suggests that education needs to build the soft human skills that Artificial Intelligence cannot emulate. What we teach, consequently, needs to be rethought. While strong technical knowledge is important, it is equally important that students master intercultural communication and are in a position to perform in geographically dispersed virtual environments. Team building, leadership, crisis and conflict management, and dealing with people would be the key tipping points in deciding who is employable and who may be displaced.

Reimagining employability is an imperative for India but its success is entirely dependent on how we redesign our approach to education. What we require is close collaboration between the corporate sector and educational institutions to create the work force of the future.


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By building durable concept models, prototypes, tooling and low-volume end-use parts in-house, automotive engineers and designers can work more iteratively, test more thoroughly and move confidently into production. So to get 3d printing in automotive industry you can reach to us.
          Open Bionics: Blender Used in Prosthetic Arm Creation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

TheCGMaster spotted a new update by Open Bionics on their prosthetic arm project. Using muscle sensors they can drive 4 motors in a 3D printed arm. And not only that, their designs look awesome :) We've featured them before, but it seems they're making a lof of progress. TheCGMaster writes: Hey BlenderNation, recently i saw [...]

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          3D Printing fully fledged PCB’s in a matter of hours      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As posted on 3D Printing fully fledged PCB’s in a matter of hours BotFactory brings the future of electronic circuit Continue reading
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The second part of my Diplomat piece on 3D printing is now up; incidentally, here is the (correct) link to the first part: In short, many things will change, and many things will remain the same. Careful management of the change will be among the most difficult and important tasks for the policymakers of the […]
          LLNL Analyse Metal Printing Using X-Rays      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are no strangers to 3D printing innovation. They’ve made some great breakthroughs in metal processing. Now, they’re looking into how complex mechanis ... - Source: 3dprinting.com
          INTAMSYS Hosting Industrial 3D Printing Competition      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Shanghai-based 3D printer manufacturer INTAMSYS has just announced their plans to host an exciting new event this summer. The company is holding a design competition where participants have to produce ... - Source: 3dprinting.com
          On-demand 3D printing marketplace Xometry acquires MakeTime, raises $25M in new funding      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Xometry, the on-demand online manufacturing marketplace, announced that it has acquired Lexington, Ky.-based MakeTime, another leading on-demand manufacturing company. The combined company will operat ... - Source: www.3ders.org
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Desktop Metal, a Burlington, Massachusetts based metal 3D printer manufacturer, has announced that the former Chairman and CEO of the General Electric Company, Jeffrey Immelt will join the company’s B ... - Source: 3dprintingindustry.com
          French family becomes the first to move into a 3D printed house      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D printed house. The overall goal of the 3D printed house project is to demonstrate that 3D printing technologies can be used to no ... - Source: www.3ders.org
          HRP Restores Ancient Dragon Sculptures Using 3D Printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) is an independent charity that, as the name suggests, deals with historic sites. Their particular interest is in looking after palaces in England and their maintaining the ... - Source: 3dprinting.com
          Severance Hospital to commercialize Koreas first 3D printed artificial eye      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Severance Hospital of the Yonsei University Health System (YUHS) announced Monday that it is getting ready to commercialize Korea’s first 3D printed artificial eye. - Source: www.3ders.org
          INTAMSYS competition opens, win over $10k in cash and 3D printing equipment      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
INTAMSYS, a manufacturer of industrial 3D printing systems, has launched a new competition. Organizations, companies, research and education institutions are invited to take part in the INTAMSYS indus ... - Source: 3dprintingindustry.com
          A French family is the first to move into a 3D printed house      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Ramdani family has become the world’s first inhabitants of a 3D printed four-bedroom house located in Nantes, France. This house is part of the social housing project, Yhnova, which aims to constr ... - Source: 3dprintingindustry.com
          $10 million available to support 3D printing start-ups      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Entrepreneurial Universities programme will receive a NZD$10 million boost from the Government and University of Auckland (UoA). The funds will be used to support 3D printing start-ups. Education ... - Source: 3dprintingindustry.com
          How to use a 3D printer?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"It's not that I don't have the money to buy 3D printers, nor is it not interested in high-tech products. I just think that 3D printers are too...
          Europa: i fasti dei suoi 60 anni      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

La primavera del 2017 rimarrà negli Annali della Storia per via delle celebrazioni svoltesi a Roma per i sessant’anni dell’Unione Europea. Sotto un cielo blu e un tiepido sole, i 27 capi di Stato Europei si sono ritrovati a festeggiare l’evento nella sala dei Curiazi e Orazi, rispettando rigorosamente il cerimoniale. Autocelebrazione per un evento che, analizzato attraverso le immagini trasmesse, davano l’impressione di un appuntamento di corte, mentre i sudditi fuori protestavano chi a favore e chi contro l’Europa attraverso le vie della Capitale. Se è vero che si è fatto il punto della questione su cosa in questi 60 anni non ha funzionato, non si capisce perché associazioni e sigle sindacali siano rimaste fuori quella porta. La Democrazia e l’unione dei popoli comportano  ascoltare le ragioni di una società civile, puntualmente ignorata , poiché tutto viene deciso dall’alto tra i vari sovrani di questa Europa, simile all’impero austro ungarico. Alla cerimonia a cui sono state dedicate pagine e pagine dei giornali, oltre che riprese d’ogni tipo ,non sono mancate i servizi sulle donne dei vari Stati vestiti in bianco, in verde, in viola, in giallo. Una sfilata di un Gran Galà prima dell’apposita firma per rinnovare adesione ed appartenenza a questa Europa, tenuta insieme solo dalla moneta, ossia l’euro. Ed anche l’euro  è stato largamente celebrato con un’ampia sezione e  lo stampaggio della moneta di 50 euro e una galleria dedicata alla sua storia. Ciò che va sottolineato è che all’appuntamento mancava Teresa May che mercoledì  29 marzo avvierà le procedure per l’uscita dall’Europa dopo la vittoria della Brexit. Juncker, a tal proposito, ha tuonato dicendo che è una tragedia avere perduto un partner come l’Inghilterra, ma che tutto sommato si festeggeranno anche i 100 anni dell’Unione Europea, poiché a detta di Draghi l’euro è irreversibile. Come si farà a cambiare rotta non è dato sapere. A tempo debito verranno dati ordini e disposizioni che i sudditi dovranno eseguire senza lamentarsi e a testa china. Certo è che analizzare a mente fredda la mancanza di una lingua comune, di leggi che si applicano allo stesso modo all’interno dell’Unione, o una comune politica fiscale, non fa ben sperare e il mantra “unione dei popoli”, finisce per essere una frase recitata ad arte quando serve. Vedere tutto quel fasto a Roma mentre in Grecia la situazione è al collasso, con il popolo ridotto sul lastrico mentre  Tsipras festeggia nei palazzi romani, è un pugno nello stomaco. I Greci avevano dato un mandato diverso a Tsipras divenuto in seguito  l’uomo della corte che ha tradito in pieno le aspettative dei suoi connazionali, senza pensarci due volte, segno che servono uomini che abbiano un mandato popolare per affermare e far rispettare la Democrazia. Da lunedì a  far capire che nulla è cambiato ci penserà Padovan, alle prese con la manovra correttiva per cui bisognerà trovare tre miliardi di euro all’incirca per placare la fame di questa Europa che chiede solo soldi e vuole che i conti corrispondano al millesimo. Disoccupazione galoppante, abbattimento delle politiche del lavoro, impossibilità ad avere una scuola adeguata per giovani che fanno prima ad invecchiare che lavorare, sono la logica conseguenza di cosa ha provocato l’Europa della finanza e delle banche che ha favorito e continua a favorire le multinazionali e che non ha nulla da temere, dal momento che ha in mano giornali e tv che ne osannano la potenza, celebrandone gli sfarzi e le virtù slegate interamente dai tessuti sociali divenuti un optional. Tutti insieme ieri appassionatamente, compresa Virginia Raggi il cui intervento è stato mostrato dall’emittente La Sette, non  in linea con le aspirazioni dei cittadini stritolati e considerati una macchina da cui esigere tasse e tributi d’ogni genere. Un’Europa che ha difeso la pace provocando guerre interne di ordine civile e rischia di far collassare diritti,  chiama populisti chi si sente prevaricato poiché ha perso valori e identità. Ma che Europa è mai questa?


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Today, there are many 3D printing services available that supply 3D printers as well. However, instead of buying 3D printer, you can think of getting 3D printer on rent. Yes, you heard it right. Many printing services rent 3D printers which can be an advantage for you.
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Cyant's Lab™ 1.3.0


Device: iOS iPad Only
Category: Education
Price: Free, Version: 1.2.0 -> 1.3.0 (iTunes)

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DRAW 3D MODELS, 3D PRINT THEM, AND LEARN ABOUT 3D PRINTING WITH CYANT'S LAB!

Cyant's Lab is a platform designed to make 3D modeling and 3D printing easy and accessible to kids of all ages, whether technology savvy or not! We believe arts and drawing are universal and central to creativity, and the intersection of art and technology is a great playground for everyone. Use Cyant's Lab to easily create and 3D print personal designs, for arts and craft projects, as part of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) learning activities and more.
We wish all "Cyantists" a fun time learning and creating with Cyant's Lab!

CURRENT FEATURES INCLUDE:

Creation Zone:
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+ templates and themes to provide starting points and guide 3D creations

+ tools to 3D draw designs, through free drawing or with the use of templates

+ zoom in/out and pan for better control when 3D drawing

+ designs are automatically turned into 3D models as they are drawn!

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+ models can be managed and edited

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          Giurgiu: Expoziţia dedicată Marii Uniri din Muzeul Judeţean, prezentată 3D printr-un proiect finanţat de Ministerul Culturii      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Muzeul Judeţean 'Teohari Antonescu' din Giurgiu a câştigat un proiect finanţat de Ministerul Culturii, prin care un număr de 32 de bunuri culturale mobile din expoziţia dedicată Marii Uniri vor fi prezentate tridimensional, pentru a fi făcute cunoscute potenţialilor vizitatori într-un tur virtual dedicat Centenarului, a declarat, marţi, directorul Ionel Muscalu. "Avem un proiect destul de interesant şi care răspunde nevoii Muzeului Judeţean 'Teohari Antonescu' de a se integra în lumea în care trăim. În primul rând, acest proiect îşi propune prezentarea tridimensională a unui număr de 32 de bunuri culturale mobile, de obiecte de patrimoniu din expoziţia permanentă dedicată Primului Război Mondial şi Marii Uniri, alcătuită din medalii, armament, uniforme, cele două tunuri Hotchkiss pe care le puteţi admira în faţa muzeului, care au fost folosite în Primul Război Mondial şi din care, la nivel naţional, mai există doar cinci, precum şi două monumente comemorative de patrimoniu, este vorba de Monumentul Armatei Franceze a Dunării din Parcul Alei şi de Mausoleul Eroilor din municipiu. Dar vor fi prezentate şi săbii, armament, decoraţii sau ultima grenadă a sergentului Muşat, autor Ion Constantin Dumitrescu Bârlad", a declarat pentru AGERPRES, directorul Muzeului Judeţean Giurgiu, Ionel Muscalu. El spune că proiectul 'Centenar, perspective 3D' este dedicat Marii Uniri şi este finanţat de Ministerul Culturii prin AFCN, în acest moment fiind semnat protocolul de colaborare între Muzeu şi Adminstraţia Fondului Cultural Naţional. "Până în acest moment, metoda de prezentare tridimensională a bunurilor care aparţin patrimoniului cultural românesc a fost aplicată în ţară doar de Muzeul Naţional de Istorie a României, de Muzeul Olteniei din Craiova şi Muzeul Civilizaţiei Gumelniţa din Olteniţa, însă toate cele trei muzee au vizat obiecte aparţinând patrimoniului arheologic, iar propunerea noastră vizează obiecte de patrimoniu specifice Primului Război Mondial şi Marii Uniri, ceea ce face această iniţiativă dedicată Centenarului Marii Uniri unică în România", a completat Ionel Muscalu. El spune că un astfel de proiect este extrem de util şi necesar pentru conservarea şi accesibilizarea patrimoniului cultural mobil în rândul publicului larg, reprezentând totodată o soluţie la necesitatea cunoaşterii directe de către specialişti, istorici şi o metodă de atragere a vizitatorilor. "Poate că multe muzee se feresc de această metodă să nu-şi piardă vizitatorii, eu cred că este, dimpotrivă, o metodă de a aduce vizitatori fiindcă noi. Nu facem un tur virtual al întregului muzeu, ci doar al acestei secţii speciale dedicate Marii Uniri şi încercăm în acelaşi timp să le spunem celor care vor dori să viziteze Muzeul Judeţean Giurgiu că avem aici valori de patrimoniu mondial", a încheiat directorul muzeului. Termenul de finalizare al proiectului este prevăzut pentru data de 15 noiembrie 2018, iar bugetul acestuia este de 80 de mii de lei. AGERPRES / (A - autor: Camelia Bigan, editor: Elena Stanciu, editor online: Simona Aruştei)
          European Spending on 3D Printing Forecast to Grow at a CAGR of 15.3% to Nearly $7.4 Billion in 2022, According to IDC's 3D Printing Spending Guide      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
LONDON, July 11, 2018 — European purchases of 3D printers, materials, software, and related services are expected to total $3.6 billion in 2017. According to the latest update to the Worldwide Semiannual 3D Printing Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC), the combined spending on 3D printing for Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe will experience a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.3%, with revenues reaching $7.4 billion in 2022.
          3D 프린터에 관한 발표용 ppt      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[3D프린터] 3D프린터 수요증가와 산업의 변화 PPT자료[3D프린터]3D프린터 시장의 성장과 사회적인 영향 PPT자료[PPT] 3D프린터 자료사회복지 정책의 욕구이론에 관한 성찰 발표용 파워포인트 PPT사법적 판단과 사회복지정책 변화에 관한 연구 발표용 파워포인트 PPT사회복지국가의 유형에 관한 질적 비교분석(개입주의, 자유주의, 유교주의) 발표용 파워포인트 PPT 좀 더 업그레이드하여 자료를 보완하여 과제물을 꼼꼼하게 정성을 들어 작성했습니다. 위 자료 요약정리 잘되어 있으니 잘 참고하시어 학업에 나날이 발전이 있기를 기원합니다 ^^ 구입자 분의 앞날에 항상 무궁한 발전과 행복과 행운이 깃들기를 홧팅 1장 개요 3D Printer는? 3D Printer 1980년대 초에 미국의 3D시스템즈 사에서 플라스틱 액체를 굳혀 입체 물품을 만들어내는 프린터를 처음으로 개발한 것으로 알려져 있다. 3D Printer는? 어떤 물건을 제품화하기 전 시제품을 만들기 위한 용도 플라스틱 소재에 국한 시속 160km 무인비행기까지 제작 3D 프린터는 3차원 물체를 기존의 절삭가공 방식이 아닌 적층하는 방식으로 실물제품을 찍어내는 프린터라고 보면 된다. 정의?! 3D TV에 관한 ppt이력서&자소서 면접족보[교육공학] 교수-학습지도안 작성, ASSURE 모형에 따른 활용방안 논의yu 기업의사회적책임과지속가능경영 기말공학작문 및 발표visual studio C++ 프리젠테이션 및 문제[독후감] 유엔미래보고서 2030[레포트] 기술보고서(증강현실)물류관계법 물류시설의 개발 및 운영에 관한 법률영국문학사 16세기 르네상스[교육학] 컴퓨터와 상호작용매체[교육학] 컴퓨터와 상호작용매체[컴퓨터교육] ICT 활용한 교육 환경 구축 -문제해결능력 신장연구학교의 정의, 연구학교의 목적, 연구학교의 역할, 연구학교의 문제점, 연구학교의 사례, 향후 연구학교의 방향, 연구학교 관련 제언 분석 조회수:104회
          Fully 3D Printed Magnifying Glass      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Fully 3D Printed Magnifying glass. All parts, including the lens is 3D Printed. The Lens is printed on an Anycubic Photon, the body is printed on a Flashforge Finder. The body is small enough to be printed on any printer, and the lens can be printed on any DLP/SLA printer.


          Complete Monopoly One Piece Edition      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

I'm a big fan of One piece, and when a friend of mine propose me the idea of doing a monopoly about it i started immediately to think how to do it and about all the staff that a monopoly need. Properties, money, figures, transports...

In this project there isn't only a 3D work also there is work with images because i've made all the cards, the board , the money. It took me a lot of work but it was worth it, seeing the results.

The rules are mostly the same to normal monopoly, but there are four card that can make you win the game if you have the four. This are road Poneglyph cards. Also there are three david back fight card that use a coin to decide if you lose or you win money.

Most of the figure can be scaled up, and you will have another model. For example, if you scale up the Kabuto, and you print it two times you will have a real size Usopp weapon. Also you can have Brook's guitar, Nami's log pose, Chopper's hat, Franky's bottle of cola and thousand sunny or going merry figureheads. The figures that maybe you don't want to scale up are Sanji's pan, Zoro's katanas, Luffy's straw hat and Robin's book.

Maybe I will upload this files scaled up, individualy.

Printing instruccions cards/money/board:

Print the board in poster mode on a normal printer, size(40x40cm)

Print the pdf whith the cards, there are a few cards that are in spanish i didn't have time to translate them. When I have time i will upload the translated time.

Print as much money as you thing you will need

3D printer instruccions:

I printed my models using an FDM printer but if you have the posibility i would recommend you to print them with an SLA printer to reveal all the details.

For the characters print only one figure of each one. Zoro have two different ones you have to choose between them(I recommend the version 2).

The going merry figures are the house. I recommend printing 20 copies The thousand sunny figures are the hotels. I recommend printing 10 copies

FDM settings used: speed:80mm/s extruder T: 200ºC bed T: 40ºC Infill: 10% material: Pla

If you have any idea leave it in the comments


          3D Printing Is the Future of Factories (for Real This Time)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A technology that for years has been good for making prototypes and tchotchkes promises to usher in a new industrial revolution.
          DOJ has quietly settled with 3D printable gun inventor Cody Wilson, who argued that gun blueprints were protected speech, five years after the take down order (Andy Greenberg/Wired)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Andy Greenberg / Wired:
DOJ has quietly settled with 3D printable gun inventor Cody Wilson, who argued that gun blueprints were protected speech, five years after the take down order  —  Cody Wilson makes digital files that let anyone 3-D print untraceable guns.  The government tried to stop him.  He sued—and won.


          Comment on What Is The National Firearms Act Anyway? by Oryguncon      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The problem for the class 3 investors is that their investment is unstable no matter what. Sure, you might lose 50%+ of the value due to NFA etc. repeal but it is easy for the Feds, legally or through bureaucrat regulations to ban or restrict the stuff altogether. Who is to say their $50k-500k collection will be able to be transferrable after they die 20 years from now? Then you have state regulations and restrictions to make it even worse. Toss in 3D printed gun tech, now backed up under free speech, that investment value drops a lot besides the rare stuff. Anyone who takes seriously their investment value in class 3 guns is a fool and should be openly mocked for it.
          Monoprice MP i3 3D Printer Assembled with MicroSD & Sample PLA only $116.99      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Maker uses 3D printing to create eye-tracking wheelchair      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  UK-based maker Patrick Joyce, who has degenerative condition motor neuron disease (also known as MND or ALS), has created an eye-tracking wheelchair controller that allows a user who has lost all motor functions except for eye movement to be able to control their wheelchair and an onboard computer. With Joyce, fellow Maker David Hopkinson, helped […]
          Open source, 3D Printed, thought controlled prosthetic hand      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D Printed, thought controlled prosthetic hand for less than $1000. – Opensourced     via Meet Easton LaChappelle, The Teen Building A Cheaper, Better Prosthetic Arm.
          Offer - ultimaker - UK      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ultimaker3DGBIRE Ltd are experts in everything 3D printing. Talk to one of our knowledgeable team for advice on what suits your 3D printing needs. We have award winning 3D Printers for sale and free next day delivery. 3DGBIRE is the Official Ultimaker aftersales Support Provider for the UK.Visit for more information :- https://3dgbire.com/Contact detail :-Client Name : 3DGBIRE LTD Address : 2 Chorley Central Business Park,Chorley PR6 0BL, EnglandEmail : enquiries@3dgbire.comTelephone : 08007720257 / 01257276116 country : England
          Offer - pla filament - UK      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
pla filament3D Printers for Sale. The Ultimaker Original+, the mighty mini Ultimaker 2 Go and the Ultimaker 2+ & Extended+, the Ultimaker family makes 3D printing easyVisit for more information :- https://3dgbire.com/collections/filaments Contact detail :-Client Name : 3DGBIRE LTD Address : 2 Chorley Central Business Park,Chorley PR6 0BL, EnglandEmail : enquiries@3dgbire.comTelephone : 08007720257 / 01257276116 country : England
          Front End Web Developer - G2 Recruitment Solutions - Antwerp      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I am currently recruiting for clients in Blegium and the Netherlands, some of the clients specialise in 3D Printing, other on Health Science to improve the health service quality in Belgium & others in security technology. Job specification: - Innovation minded people - Strong communications skills and eager to share knowledge - 3 years experience minimum in front end web development; typescript, node.js, jQuery, html/css Please call +32 2808 3003 for more information on the projects...
          Ķīnā sāk printēt auto!!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          3D-printed, individually designed prosthetic legs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
What I love about this is how the people feel re-connected with themselves. 3D-printed, individually designed prosthetic legs that are unabashedly artificial and completely personal. Source: http://pinterest.com/pin/69031806758345278/ via Lifekludger on Pinterest
          Rocket Pig Games Halfling Gambler      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games Halfling GamblerPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

Halfling Gambler

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          mego scales 66 Batmobile      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi all, A friend of mine has a new 3d printer. We are discussing an accurate 66 mego batmobile for my figures. I know, I know, many guys have talked about this and never came through. I totally get it but, we need to calculate what the dimensions are to get it correct. I was wondering if any of you have these already figured out. if so, please post or message me. Just a shot in the dark. I will keep y'all updated as to our progress. thanks Capt_Kirk :smiley12:
          바스프, 3D 프린팅 재료 회사 두 곳 인수      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D 프린팅의 적층 가공 방식으로 개개의 플라스틱 부품을 생산하는 것이 점점 더 중요해지고 있다. 그 중 한가지 생산방식이 레이저 소결 조형 방식 (selective laser sintering (SLS))이다. 3차원 구조의 설계를 바탕으로, 레이저가 폴리아미드와 같은 분말을 재료로 제품의 형태를 만들어 가는 방식이다. 분말 재료가 레이저를 쬐면 그 부분이 녹아서, 원하는 3D 형상이 한 층씩 만들어진다. 3D프린팅의 탁월한 장점은 형틀(mold)이 필요 없기 때문에 소량 생산 시 비용이 적게 들고, 빠른 생산이 가능하다. 따라서 부품 제조사는 고객의 요구에 훨씬 빠르고, 더 쉽게 대응할 수 있다.



바스프는 함부르크에 위치한 Advanc3D Materials사와 리옹 소재의 Setup Performance사를 인수했다고 11일 밝혔다. Advanc3D Materials사는 공정 기술과 함께 선진 기술의 맞춤 생산이 가능한 레이저 소결 조형 방식(SLS, selective laser sintering) 용 플라스틱 파우더와 포뮬레이션을 공급하며, Setup Performance사는 SLS 재료의 개발 및 생산 분야에서 Advanc3D Materials사의 가장 중요한 파트너다.



BASF New Business (BNB) 사업부는 두 회사를 자회사인 BASF 3D Printing Solutions(3DPS)사에 통합 시킬 예정이며 이번 인수는 3D 프린팅 분야의 사업을 확장하는 중요한 진전이라고 했다.



바스프는 새로운 제품과 솔루션으로 파우더베드퓨전(powder bed fusion) 분야에서 시장 지위를 강화함으로써 3D 프린팅 사업을 확장해 나가고 있다.



BNB사업부의 생산 및 기술 담당 부사장인 디에트머 벤더(Dietmar Bender) 박사는 11일자 보도자료에서 '바스프는 작년에 Innofil3D사를 인수하면서 압출 적층 방식의 플라스틱 필라멘트 분야에서 시장 지위를 강화했다. 이어서 파우더베드퓨전 분야에서도 비슷한 방식으로 사업을 확장하려고 한다. 이번에 인수한 회사들의 포트폴리오는 기존의 제품군을 보완하고, 폴리아미드 11, 폴리아미드12 및 폴리프로필렌 등의 제품과도 잘 맞는다'고 전했다.



Advanc3D의 대표이사인 프랑소와 미넥(François Minec)은 같은 자료를 통해 '이번 인수를 계기로 전세계의 산업용 3D 프린팅 고객들을 위해 포뮬레이션을 개발하고 확장을 가능하게 할 것'이라고 설명했다.
          Robot-building twins enable themselves through 3D printing technology      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  The ABC runs a article on two brothers with advanced muscular dystrophy in Melbourne who are using 3D printing tools to build things they need. The brilliant thing about 3D printing is that you don’t need your own. You can design your own things and send the file to others who have a 3D […]
          Lego Prosthetic Leg – [video]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  Christina Stephens, aka AmputeeOT made an amazing time-lapse of building her own Lego prosthetic leg.       via MAKE 
          The state of K-12 makerspaces—and how to create one in your library      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
maker spacesMore than half of today's students will hold jobs that don't yet exist today, which is why it is critically important for students to develop 21st-century skills such as creativity and problem solving. STEAM learning can help schools ensure students are combining creativity with critical thinking and other key skills, and librarians are uniquely positioned to take an active role in designing STEAM programs and makerspaces. Maker spaces, as outlined in a whitepaper from littleBits, can help expose students to STEAM as they develop essential skills for success after high school and college.  Maker education "often involves an interdisciplinary approach to instruction and learning: maker educators integrate visual arts, music, language arts, humanities, and social sciences into STEAM projects, giving students a chance to have a holistic experience with technology," according to the paper. What do maker spaces look like? Of schools that offer maker activities, most libraries (67 percent) have a dedicated space for maker-related activities--59 percent of those are in the school library. Roughly 32 percent of maker activities are tied directly to the curriculum. Schools looking to fit maker and STEAM education are typically offered during whole-class instruction (63 percent), and 48 percent of schools also offer these activities during students' free periods. The biggest obstacles to offering maker spaces are lack of funding (58 percent), lack of supplies (53 percent), and lack of time to offer such activities (37 percent). A team of researchers worked with littleBits and School Library Journal to examine how school libraries are changing from hushed, disconnected places to interactive spaces where learning is engaging and innovative. 1. More than half (55 percent) of school libraries in the U.S.and Canada offer maker programs to students. Suburban schools (60 percent) are mor elikely to offer maker programs than urban (51 percent), rural (51 percent), or small-town (48 percent) schools. 2. Arts and crafts dominate the maker movement and are the most common offering in elementary and middle school maker spaces, according to 79 percent of respondents queried by researchers. Coding (58 percent), circuitry (45 percent), and robotics (31 percent) come in next. 3. Maker space attendance is on the rise, and more than half of school librarians (57 percent) say maker attendance increased from the previous years. Middle schools and urban schools are most likely to report an increase in maker space attendance. 4. Librarians want to be involved in school maker activities. Forty-one percent of librarians say they are very active in their school's maker program, and 46 percent say they are somewhat involved. 5. Some schools have seen success combining maker activities with community service. Though just 8 percent of schools have managed this, middle schools (12 percent) and urban schools (10 percent) are most likely to do this. 6. Most librarians (92 percent) organize and run the majority of maker activities in schools. 7. Librarians say they are most interested in learning about robotics (51 percent), coding and programming (49 percent), animation (47 percent), video making and editing (46 percent), and 3D printing (44 percent).
          The 'shine' in gold nanoparticles has a new use - finding defects in 3D printing      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Researchers have developed a technique for gold to actually 'shine' inside 3D printed parts to highlight any problems.
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What you will learn:

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          Das Liddle Stik      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 Das Liddle Stik
 Category: AeroFred 3D Printed Airplanes
 Description:  Description: The "Das Liddle Stik" is a smaller version of the famous Ugly Stick. It flies really well as you can see on the videos and it´s a perfect ailerons trainer. The landing ... [more]
 Listing Editor: derfred
 Date: 11/07/2018 12:58

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          Comment on A Modest Proposal: Dueling 3D Printer Board Game by Tarık Bedel      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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           Start of production of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class in Finland       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The ramp-up for the new A-Class has reached Finland: it began in April at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Rastatt, Germany and was followed by the Mercedes-Benz plant in Kecskemét, Hungary in May. The production partner Valmet Automotive has started production of the new A-Class in its plant in Uusikaupunki, the third location in the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars, where the new A-Class is produced.”With the ramp-up of the new A-Class in Uusikaupunki, Finland, we are successfully continuing our unrivalled ramp-up cascade. After the lead plant in Rastatt and the Hungarian plant in Kecskemét, our production partner Valmet Automotive has started production of the new A-Class. Within a very short time, our production strategy has enabled us to master the third successful ramp-up of the new A-Class,” says Markus Schäfer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain.Mercedes-Benz is continuing its cooperation with Valmet Automotive with production of the new A-Class in Uusikaupunki, Finland. The previous generation of the A-Class has already been rolled off the assembly line there since 2013. In Uusikaupunki the A-Class is flexibly produced on the same line together with the Mercedes-Benz GLC.Extensive conversion work was carried out at the Uusikaupunki plant for the ramp-up of the new A-Class in the body shop as well as in the paint shop and the assembly areas.“We have focused on preparations to secure a fast launch and a high volume production run. We have also benefited from our experiences with the previous A-Class generation and the GLC,” says Pasi Rannus, Senior Vice President Manufacturing, Valmet Automotive.The new A-Class is the first model in the fourth generation of compact cars, and replaces the preceding model produced since 2012. The family of compact cars currently comprises five models: A-Class, B-Class, CLA, CLA Shooting Brake, and GLA. An all-new sixth compact model was also recently presented at the trade fair in Beijing: The new long wheelbase A-Class saloon is specially designed to meet the needs of Chinese customers. The new compact car family is to be expanded to a total of eight models.For the start of production of the A-Class, apprentices from the Rastatt plant produced a steering wheel model using modern additive production processes (3D printing). The steering wheel has a screen on which employees can upload messages for the next plant in the ramp-up cascade. The model is passed on from plant to plant like a baton. The Uusikaupunki team was delighted about the greetings from the colleagues in Kecskemét, and likewise prepared a message for the next plant in the start-up cascade. Before the end of this year, a new compact car model will start production in the joint venture COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes) plant in central Mexico. Global production of the new Mercedes-Benz compact carsThe current compact car models are produced in a global production network. Rastatt in Germany is the lead plant for compact cars in the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars. The Rastatt plant controls the production as well as quality and supplier management on a global basis. It also supports smooth ramp-ups at the other plants by training their employees, for example. Alongside the Finnish production partner Valmet Automotive in Uusikaupunki, the Hungarian Mercedes-Benz plant in Kecskemét and Beijing-Benz Automotive Co. Ltd (BBAC) in China are part of the global compact car production network. In the near future, the joint venture production plant COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes) in central Mexico will expand the compact car production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars to five locations on three continents.In the future the Hambach plant in France will also produce a compact Mercedes-Benz electric car under the new product and technology brand EQ, expending the compact car production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars to six sites on three continents. Alongside the lead plant in Rastatt and BBAC in Peking, Hambach is the third location in the global production network of Mercedes-Benz Cars where compact electric cars under the product and technology brand EQ will leave the production line in the future.The new A-Class - benchmark in the compact classThe new A-Class celebrated its world premiere on February 2, 2018, and was presented to a wide audience for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show in March. It has been available for order already since March, and had its market launch in Europe in beginning of May.The new A-Class is the first Mercedes-Benz model to feature the completely new MBUX multimedia system - Mercedes-Benz User Experience, which also ushers in a new era in Mercedes me connectivity. A unique feature of this system is its ability to learn thanks to artificial intelligence. MBUX can be customized if desired and adapts to the user. As a further option, it features intelligent voice control which is activated by the key phrase “Hey Mercedes”.Despite its sporty look, the new A-Class has considerably more utility value, making it as youthful as ever but grown-up like never before. More shoulder, elbow and headroom plus easier access to the rear are clear benefits, as is the larger and more family and recreation-friendly luggage compartment. All-round visibility has also been considerably improved. This enhances both safety and the sense of spaciousness. The new A-Class has the very latest driving assistance systems with cooperative driver support, giving it the highest level of active safety in this segment with functions adopted from the S‑Class.The new A-Class is not just filled with many innovations. It is also being produced in a really innovative way using modern technologies, which make the digital factory a fact. As of recently in Rastatt (Germany) and in Kecskemét and now in Uusikaupunki (Finland).

Source: Transportweekly
          Overheated      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
So yesterday, the Feds handed down a yuge win for people who’d make firearms using 3D printers.  A settlement with “radical libertarian” Cody Wilson – who first posted 3D printer files for firearms on his website “defcad.com”, was settled on … Continue reading
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          Chine : les modifications proposées à la règlementation bénéficieraient aux importateurs      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Par Teemo Chang et Stewart Eisenhart

LES POINTS PRINCIPAUX PAR EMERGO :

  • Les autorités chinoises de réglementation ont rédigé des modifications à l'ordonnance n° 650 couvrant diverses exigences réglementaires relatives aux dispositifs médicaux.
  • Les changements proposés auraient une incidence sur les rapports d'essai des produits, les exigences relatives aux rapports d'évaluation clinique (REC), l'importation de dispositifs innovants et plus encore.
  • Aucune annonce de calendrier ferme n'a été faite pour l'application de ces modifications.

China medical device regulatory changes to Order No. 650 2018L'administration chinoise a publié un projet de modification de son cadre réglementaire des dispositifs médicaux qui faciliterait l'accès au marché pour les fabricants étrangers.

Le ministère chinois de la Justice a émis une notification pour la modification de l'ordonnance n° 650, dont la mise en œuvre aura de larges implications pour les déclarants du marché chinois des dispositifs médicaux. Le projet de modification de l'ordonnance n° 650 concerne des points tels que les exigences en matière de rapports d'essais des produits, les certifications d'approbation dans le pays d'origine, les rapports d'évaluation clinique (REC) et l'identification unique des dispositifs (IUD).

Résumé de ces modifications aux exigences règlementaires chinoises pour les DM

Selon les consultants d'Emergo à Guangzhou et Hong Kong, les autorités chinoises concernées n'ont pas encore annoncé de calendrier pour l'application des modifications à l'ordonnance n° 650. Voici certaines des modifications :

  • Rapport d'essai des produits : les déclarants auprès de la CFDA peuvent présenter soit leurs rapports d'auto-test ou des rapports de test provenant d'autorités qualifiées.
  • Dispositifs innovants importés : les dispositifs médicaux innovants importés en Chine n'exigeraient pas de certificats d'approbation du pays d'origine.
  • Exigences REC : les dispositifs de classe II n'exigeraient pas, en principe, de fournir les REC dans leur dossier de présentation pré-commercialisation.
  • Définition légale des fabricants : la définition officielle de fabricant légal d'instruments médicaux serait remplacée par celle de titulaire d'une autorisation de mise en marché.
  • IUD : la CFDA prévoit d'installer un système d'identification unique (IUD) pour le marché des dispositifs médicaux dans un futur proche.
  • Pénalités plus fortes : les entreprises ou personnes dans l'illégalité subiraient des pénalités plus fortes, jusqu'à l'interdiction permanente sur le marché chinois et la peine de prison.
  • Interdiction pour les dispositifs déjà utilisés : l'importation ou la distribution en Chine de dispositifs médicaux déjà utilisés seraient interdites.

Dès que nous en saurons davantage, nous fournirons d'autres détails et analyses concernant ces modifications à l'ordonnance n° 650 et leurs effets pour les déclarants de dispositifs médicaux en Chine.

Ressources en règlementation chinoise des dispositifs médicaux :


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          Changes to Chinese Medical Device Regulations would Benefit Foreign Manufacturers      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

EMERGO SUMMARY OF KEY POINTS:

  • Chinese regulators have drafted changes to Order No. 650 covering various medical device regulatory requirements.
  • Proposed changes would affect product test reports, clinical evaluation report (CER) requirements, importing of innovative devices, and more.
  • The Chinese government has not yet announced firm implementation timeframes for these changes.

China medical device regulatory changes to Order No. 650 2018The Chinese government has issued draft changes to the country’s medical device regulatory framework that would allow easier market access for foreign manufacturers.

The China Ministry of Justice issued a notification (link in Chinese) for modification of Order No. 650, with broad implications for Chinese medical device market registrants upon implementation. The draft changes to Order No. 650 cover issues including product test reporting requirements, home-country approval certifications, clinical evaluation reports (CER) and Unique Device Identification (UDI).

Summary of changes to Chinese medical device regulatory requirements

According to Emergo consultants in Guangzhou and Hong Kong, Chinese regulators have not yet announced any implementation timelines for the proposed changes to Order No. 650. Draft changes include:

  • Product test reporting: China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) registrants may submit either self-test reports or test reports obtained from qualified organizations.
  • Imported innovative devices: Innovative medical devices imported into China would not require home-country approval certificates.
  • CER requirements: Class II medical devices would not be required in principle to provide CERs in their CFDA premarket applications.
  • Legal manufacturer definitions: The official definition of medical device legal manufacturer would be changed to that of marketing authorization holder.
  • UDI: CFDA plans to roll out a UDI system for the Chinese medical device market in the near future.
  • Stiffer penalties: Companies and individuals would face stiffer penalties for illegal acts, up to and including permanent prohibition from the Chinese market and jail time.
  • Crackdown on used devices: Importing or distributing used medical devices in China would be forbidden.

We will provide further details and analysis of changes to Order No. 650 and its impact on Chinese medical device market registrants as we learn more.

Related Chinese medical device regulatory resources:


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          Formlabs releases Castable Wax 3D printing resin for jewellery      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Formlabs has announced it is now shipping its Castable Wax Resin, a wax-filled material aimed at direct investment casting for the jewellery industry.
          What are Various Job Opportunities for 3D Printing in India?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There are many job opportunities for 3D printing in various fields such as Designer jobs, Medical device design, CAD experts, Research and development, Field of medicine, Architecture industry, Education field.
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          Create a detailed 3D model for manufacturing from ID sketches and surface model      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have would like a 3d model made based on a surface 3d model and sketches explaining my requirement. Experienced freelancer with prior experience working based on hand sketches and design for 3d printing/injection molding/diecasting would be preferable... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: 3D Modelling, CAD/CAM, Product Design, Solidworks)
          ERRF 18: Slice Engineering Shows off the Mosquito      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

With few exceptions, it seemed like every 3D printer at the first inaugural East Coast RepRap Festival (ERRF) was using a hotend built by E3D. There’s nothing inherently wrong with that; E3D makes solid open source products, and they deserve all the success they can get. But that being said, competition drives innovation, so we’re particularly interested anytime we see a new hotend that isn’t just an E3D V6 clone.

The Mosquito from Slice Enginerring is definitely no E3D clone. In fact, it doesn’t look much like any 3D printer hotend you’ve ever seen before. Tiny and spindly, the look …read more


          Create a detailed 3D model for manufacturing from ID sketches and surface model      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I have would like a 3d model made based on a surface 3d model and sketches explaining my requirement. Experienced freelancer with prior experience working based on hand sketches and design for 3d printing/injection molding/diecasting would be preferable... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: 3D Modelling, CAD/CAM, Product Design, Solidworks)
          Προλάβετε! 40 κουπόνια από το GearBest μόνο για σήμερα!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Σήμερα σας δώσαμε πριν τα κουπόνια των €100 για τα Xiaomi Mi 8, όμως είπαμε στο GearBest πως θέλουμε παραπάνω. Έτσι η λίστα με τα κουπόνια αυξήθηκε δραματικά, με συνολικά 40 προϊόντα να αποκτούν τα κουπόνια τους, για να τα πάρετε φθηνότερα. Στην λίστα θα βρούμε κινητά, laptops, tablets, 3D Printers και άλλα πολλά. Έτσι […]

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          European spending on 3D printing forecast to grow at a CAGR of 15.3% to nearly $7.4 billion in 2022, according to IDC's 3D Printing Spending Guide      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
European purchases of 3D printers, materials, software, and related services are expected to total $3.6 billion in 2017.
          The perfect terahertz beam -- thanks to the 3D printer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Vienna University of Technology) Terahertz radiation can be used for a wide variety of applications and is used today for airport security checks just as much as it is for material analysis in the lab. It also requires specialised techniques to manipulate the beams and get them into the right shape. At TU Wien, shaping terahertz beams is now possible with the help of a precisely calculated plastic screen produced on the 3D printer.
          Isomorphic Keyboard Piano Overlay Version 2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

This is a 3D printable isomorphic keyboard piano overlay, designed to fit over top of an existing standard piano keyboard. It rearranges the notes to a more logical layout.

The keys pivot around a "metal round" which can be purchased at hardware stores.

There are 19 keytops per octave.

Assembly instructions, once you've got the parts printed out, are here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hiUy_1rkcYiyF6r_OND5DQlauX4fPb7UW11mpWqzpCc/edit?usp=sharing

An explanation of this version of the overlay is here:

https://youtu.be/9tMtKyYEbaM


          FT Edge Accessories      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

These are the optional 3D printed accessories for the FT Edge. The wingtips are curved upwards to mimic the style of those on the Edge 540s in the Red Bull Air Races. There are also optional fairings to make the landing gear blend smoothly into the fuselage of the plane.


          3D Printing Is the Future of Factories (for Real This Time)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A technology that for years has been good for making prototypes and tchotchkes promises to usher in a new industrial revolution. Read the original post by Jason Pontin
          3Doodler Create+ Review: a different kind of creativity      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
3D printing has definitely changed the way we make things, especially when it comes to creating things previously impossible if not impractical for hobbyists and small groups. But “normal” 3D printing still had an industrial and utilitarian feel to it. While you can definitely print out intricate and beautifully designed objects, it was less hands-on than some creatives might like. … Continue reading
          3D-Printed Spray Paint Stencil      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This video will take you through how I made a logo stencil on my 3D printer using a DXF stored from another project. The process is fairly straightforward if you understand modelling and generating print files.The trick comes at about 0:50 in the video, where I draw lines to connect the unfastened p...
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          DOJ Settles 3D Printed Gun Case, Ghost-Gun Genie Is Out Of The Bottle      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

With 3D firearms printing becoming cheaper and better every day this changes the landscape of the 2A battle. The "ghost-gun" genie is indeed out of the bottle as 3D source files will now be free game.

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          Project night at OlyMEGA!       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

photoOlyMEGA

Thursday Open House nights can be pretty hectic - especially if you're a member who would like to work on your own project. Monday nights are the answer!

Come in with your project/ideas. Let's make stuff!

Example projects from the past:

Raspberry Pi custom builds
Server hardware
Electronic soldering
3D printing
and much more!

Olympia, WA 98501 - USA

Monday, July 16 at 6:00 PM

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https://www.meetup.com/OlyMEGA/events/252657013/


          Dan Weiss’s Morning Coffee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Would really rather not live in a world with 3D printed guns. Don’t even think about dying on PayPal. Asking the important questions: sup with corpse flowers? Palm Trees in LA are a SCAM. And you may ask yourself, who owns the space under cities?   Related Posts: No related posts…
          The perfect terahertz beam — thanks to the 3D printer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The perfect terahertz beam -- thanks to the 3D printerTerahertz radiation can be used for a wide variety of applications and is used today for airport security checks just as much as it is for material analysis in the lab. The wavelength of this radiation is in the millimetre range, meaning that it is significantly larger than the wavelength of visible light. It also […]

          ERRF 18: Slice Engineering Shows off the Mosquito      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

With few exceptions, it seemed like every 3D printer at the first inaugural East Coast RepRap Festival (ERRF) was using a hotend built by E3D. There’s nothing inherently wrong with that; E3D makes solid open source products, and they deserve all the success they can get. But that being said, competition drives innovation, so we’re particularly interested anytime we see a new hotend that isn’t just an E3D V6 clone.

The Mosquito from Slice Enginerring is definitely no E3D clone. In fact, it doesn’t look much like any 3D printer hotend you’ve ever seen before. Tiny and spindly, the look …read more


          Background on the printed pistols the Department of Justice just caved on      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The big news in the shooting community is that the DoJ has caved on trying to restrict the dissemination of 3D printed firearms designs.  For those who are interested, here are some old posts that provide some background on this.

When I ran across one of these, and their creator at a security conference.  Interestingly, the Feds seem cooler with the technology than local politicians or law enforcement.

The futility of trying to keep the designs off the 'net.  You'd think that people would understand this by now, but people who groove on controlling other people have to try.

What was the underlying law (ITAR) all about anyway?  There's quite a history of this, and it shouldn't give confidence to the gun controllers.

The comments are all good in these posts as well.  If you want to know more about the issue than a lot of people (and more than 99% of the media and gun grabbers - but I repeat myself) then you might want to give these a read.




          Customized bicycle parts reduce noise for cyclists      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Cyclists can now enjoy a quieter, maintenance-free ride with customized parts, such as sprockets, that can be made with igus’ high-performance plastics and the company’s 3D printing capabilities. igus, the German-based manufacturer of motion plastics, runs its North American operations through its facility in Providence, R.I. Sales of electric bikes have increased dramatically in recent years.…

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          Rocket Pig Games Halfling Mystic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rocket Pig Games Halfling MysticPublisher: Rocket Pig Games Inc.

Rocket Pig Games is a leader in the 3D industry. We specialize in creating 3D printable files that work on your home or public 3D printer. If you are looking for unique and flawless 3D printable files to create miniatures, modular terrain, and props then look no further! We have yearly Kickstarters! Follow our progress on our website or on Facebook.

This model does not come with supports. You will need to generate them with the software of your choice or use Autodesk Meshmixer which is free.

halfling mystic

These are the settings we have used to get perfect prints on our printers. Printers vary as do different types of filaments and how prints behave in different types of weather! You will need to get comfortable with your printer and how it prints in the hot, cold, and humidity. Regardless of the printer you choose, I recommend keeping your room cool and dry. I also, highly recommend using Hatchbox PLA. It may cost a bit more but it’s 100% worth it. Seriously.

Here's what is working really well with Hatchbox PLA: 
TEMP: 195 (40-55 for bed depending on season) 
SPEED: 60 mms 
RETRACTION DISTANCE: 0.80 
RETRACTION SOPEED: 30 
INFILL: 15% (for tiles) 
TOP SOLID LAYERS: 7 
BOTTOM SOLID LAYERS: 4



Price: $3.99
          US Government Concedes That 3D Printed Guns Are Legal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Liberator

After threatening the prosecute Wilson, the Justice Department under Trump has acquiesced to Wilson's demands and will rewrite federal law to make 3D printed guns legal.

The post US Government Concedes That 3D Printed Guns Are Legal appeared first on ExtremeTech.


          Wikitopia International Competition      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Registration Deadline: Sep 24, 2018; Submission Deadline: Sep 24, 2018

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INTRODUCTION

Wikitopia is an ambitious, cross-disciplinary research project, the goal of which is to realize technologically-enhanced future cities that can be continuously edited and improved by citizens like the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Primarily funded by the Japanese government (Japan Science and Technology Agency MIRAI Program), the project is an international collaboration between multiple organizations and individuals spread across Japan and the US. As part of our research, we will hold an international competition soliciting a wide range of novel ideas (architectural, technological, regulational, etc.) that can shape the future of urbanism worldwide.

We seek ideas for new designs, technologies, systems, and concepts that we can realistically expect to be implemented in the near- to mid-term future. In other words, what we would like to see is not complete science fiction, but forward-looking ideas that nevertheless can inform or become part of our research agenda in the coming years.

What we call Wikitopia is a vision of future cities that are built not only by the hands of few (governments, developers, professionals, etc.), but through active, spontaneous participation of citizens. We believe that the ideas submitted to this competition will comprise the fundamental building blocks of such future cities. We look forward to receiving diverse submissions from a variety of perspectives and disciplinary backgrounds, including architecture, urban design, engineering, science, fine arts, activism, and many others.

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ABOUT THE COMPETITION

The competition will be held in two separate phases: Phase 1 and Phase 2. Although the two phases are related, submission to one phase does not require submission to the other.

We expect that entries to this competition will play significant roles in shaping the future of the Wikitopia Project — in this sense, everyone who contributes ideas will become a de-facto collaborator of our project. We hope to see novel submissions that go beyond existing thoughts about how urban spaces/systems are designed, implemented, and used.

• Phase 1 Competition Deadline: September 24 (Monday), 2018

• Phase 2 Competition Deadline: December 28 (Friday), 2018

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GUIDELINES

In the Phase 1 Competition, we solicit new “apps” that will become the foundational building blocks of Wikitopia — “future cities created by everyone”. Here, we use the term “app” to refer to any idea that “affects urban space or people’s activities within it, through spontaneous actions of citizens, digital, physical, or a combination thereof”. Existing “apps” include the following:

• Graffiti, and other spontaneous street art

• Chair-bombing: spontaneously installing chairs/benches in public space

• Parklets: spontaneously building small parks in public space, such as parking spaces

• Guerrilla Gardening: spontaneously converting vacant lots into gardens

• Farmers’ Markets: temporary markets created by multiple small stores gathering in public space

• Civic Crowdfunding: The use of crowdfunding to finance communal urban projects

• Sharing Services: Software services that facilitate efficient use of urban resources (Uber, Airbnb, etc.)

• New public programs that support DIY-style urbanism, such as San Francisco’s Groundplay and the NYC Plaza Program

We ask you to come up with ideas for new “apps” that go beyond such precedents. Apps can make use of existing or (reasonably realistic) near-future technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, IoT (Internet of Things), 3D Printing and other Digital Fabrication techniques, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Projection Mapping, Drones, Self-driving Cars, etc. Also, apps can require (again, reasonably realistic) new legislation, regulations, or infrastructures as prerequisites for their deployment.

The site is Ginza, Tokyo. However, please consider this as more of a hint than a hard requirement. We are looking for ideas that can be applied to neighborhoods where “a large number of people and objects actively interact daily, in diverse ways”, of which Ginza is but one example. Thus, ideas do not necessarily need to be closely tied to the specific historical, cultural, and geographical context of Ginza, Tokyo, or Japan.

Below are several of the types of ideas we hope to see. These are merely examples, and submissions do not need to neatly fall into any of these three categories; they can occupy space between multiple categories, or lie entirely outside any of the categories. Any idea that contributes, in one way or another, to the core idea of “future cities created by everyone” will make a valid submission.

1) Innovative Hardware

Ideas involving new urban hardware (buildings, spaces, facilities, etc.) that contribute to the Wikitopia vision. Examples include public furniture or small parks that can be built spontaneously by members of the local community, and digital signboards whose contents can be controlled by the public.

2) Innovative IT Systems

Ideas about new IT systems that affect the city’s functions and/or people’s behaviors within it. Examples include a web-based system that facilitates use of underutilized spaces as stores, stages, etc., and an augmented-reality system that allows anyone to overlay virtual information onto the urban environment.

3) Innovative Planning

Ideas related to new programs, regulations, events, etc., that support DIY-style urbanism. Examples include deregulation proposals that facilitate citizen participation in DIY urbanism projects, spontaneously held workshops, and new procedures by which public space (streets, plazas, etc.) is designed and built.

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AWARDS

Winner (1 entry): 500K yen (approx. 4600USD)

Finalists (2~3 entries): 100K yen (approx. 920USD)

Honorable Mentions (4~5 entries): 50K yen (approx. 460USD)

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ELIGIBILITY

There are no restrictions regarding age, nationality, professional status, etc. Both individuals and groups (with one individual serving as the group leader) are encouraged to participate; there are no limits regarding the number of submissions by a single individual/group. 

For all competition information, go to wikitopia.jp/competition

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          Controllers for micromirror imaging deliver micron-to-sub-millimeter accuracy for 3D printers and portable 3D scanners      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

  Texas Instruments today announced new DLP Pico controllers that deliver advanced light control capabilities in smaller form factors for mass-market 3D scanners and 3D printers. DLPC347x controllers offer the micron-to-sub-millimeter resolution typically found in high-performance, industrial-grade applications in a smaller form factor for desktop 3D printers and portable 3D scanners. Developers can pair the new […]

The post Controllers for micromirror imaging deliver micron-to-sub-millimeter accuracy for 3D printers and portable 3D scanners appeared first on EE World Online | A network of resources for engineers.


          DIY Guns: The Legal Win That Makes it Easier Than Ever to Make Guns | WIRED      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Defense Distributed, the anarchist gun group known for its 3D printed and milled "ghost guns," has settled a case with the federal government allowing it to upload technical data on nearly any commercially available firearm.
          Air Force No Longer Spending $10,000 on Toilet Seats, Officials Say      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The U.S. Air Force is 3D printing toilet seat covers for its cargo airlift planes instead of spending $10K to replace them.


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