Monthly Archives: September 2014

10 delicious ways countries around the world cook their steaks

With my steaks, I prefer the unbeatable seasoning one-two punch of salt and pepper. And well, maybe some garlic if I’m feeling frisky. I just like the taste of red meat too much. But around the world? You’ll get steaks … Continue reading

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Arduino Leaks a Peek of Their Upcoming 3D Printer

The company will present their new Arduino Materia 101 at Maker Faire Rome next weekend. Read more on MAKE from MAKE http://ift.tt/Yu6471 via IFTTT

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The evolution of 3D printed firearms

While in the past year there have been so many life-changing applications for 3D printing, but there is still one which remains very much taboo. This is the ever evolving technology which enables the quick and almost too easy fabrication … Continue reading

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Finding Starter Projects: Free Software for Making

Learners and teachers have so many free options at their fingertips, we find that fewer are buying the higher-priced software. Just like with all kinds of making, with software these days you can do a lot with a little. Years … Continue reading

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In pursuit of universal IoT standards

The first remotely operated domestic machine — a toaster — was connected to the Internet less than a quarter-century ago, in 1990. The Internet of Things (IoT) doubled in size a year later with the addition of a coffee pot. … Continue reading

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New 3D printed revolver dedicated to Yoshitomo Imura in development

Support it or loathe it, but it is happening once again: Members of the FOSSCAD community, which is short for Free Open Source Software & Computer Aided Design, are working on another 3D printable firearm. This article New 3D printed … Continue reading

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Doctors Could 3D Print Their Own Tools For a Fraction of the Cost

The cost of the instruments needed to run a hospital or a lab is often exorbitant—but what if doctors and scientists could simply print their own tools from an open library of designs? That’s what a paper published today suggests. … Continue reading

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