Monthly Archives: September 2013

TinyBoy – $130 Open source 3D printer designed for students

edhagopian shared this story from 3ders.org. TinyBoy is an open source 3D printer designed to fit for regular computer desk in the school. The size of the TinyBoy is only 15 x 15 x 22cm, much smaller than most of … Continue reading

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Prusa Nozzle: All metal food safe RepRap hot-end

edhagopian shared this story from 3ders.org. As you may know, Josef Prusa, is among the most important contributors of Rep Rap project. Prusa Mendel, a simplification of Mendel is one of the most used RepRap variant. One of the recent … Continue reading

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Opening up the settings in MakerWare

edhagopian shared this story from Hack a Day. [Rich Olson] really likes MakerWare and the Makerbot slicer – the software package that comes with every Makerbot – but sometimes he needs to change a few settings. Makerware doesn’t allow the … Continue reading

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A fully automated 3D printer designed for schools

edhagopian shared this story from 3ders.org. At the Nashville Mini Maker Faire last weekend, MIT student Mateo Pena Doll from the New Valence Robotics showed off their printer, a fully automated 3D printer designed for schools. via edhagopian’s blurblog http://www.3ders.org/articles/20130926-a-fully-automated-3d-printer-designed-for-schools.html

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Luis’ first pancake made on a Delta 3D printer (video)

edhagopian shared this story from 3ders.org. Luis from Spain would like to share with everyone here his first digital recipe. Delta printer + peristaltic extruder = pancakes! via edhagopian’s blurblog http://www.3ders.org/articles/20130926-luis-first-pancake-made-on-a-delta-3d-printer.html

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The first integratedĀ circuit

edhagopian shared this story from Boing Boing. NOVA’sTim De Chant posted this awesome photo of the Kilby Solid Circuit, the first working example of a miniaturized electric circuit that combined all the necessary structures onto a single chip. Back in … Continue reading

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Startup developing Direct to Metal 3D printer for makers

edhagopian shared this story from 3ders.org. New concepts of 3D printers continue to emerge. A new homebrewed 3D printer was demonstrated at the Maker Faire 2013 New York. It was a Liquid Metal Jet printer called the Vader printer created … Continue reading

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