Tag: 3d printing

Friday Video: Tiny Rick! – 3D printing more fan requested Rick and Morty stuff

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3D Printing, Jurassic Style, @ Do Space

We’ve printed a few of these for various kids lately.

My first successful 3D print

After a whole bunch of tweaking and software changes, along with several failed prints, I finally got the Commission’s Solidoodle 4 to create what I’m declaring it’s first “successful” print. It’s not perfect, and there’s more tweaking to do, but it’s not a total fail. Click the photo for a few more images on Flickr.

Friday Video: What if 3D printing was 100x faster?

What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over … slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveils a bold new technique — inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 — that’s 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous […]

Friday Video: Avi Reichental on What’s next in 3D printing

Just like his beloved grandfather, Avi Reichental is a maker of things. The difference is, now he can use 3D printers to make almost anything, out of almost any material. Reichental tours us through the possibilities of 3D printing, for everything from printed candy to highly custom sneakers. (Published on Sep 18, 2014)

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Friday Video: The Library of the Future, Melanie Florencio

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The introduction of a “Maker Space” at the Beaufort, SC public library system marks a transition for libraries where content is no longer simply absorbed, but also created. Originally from the Charleston, SC area, Melanie J. Florencio is a digital media […]

Hasbro Won’t Mind If You Design (And Sell) Your Own 3D-Printed Toys

The advent of online file sharing made it easy for anyone to copy and distribute

Now You Can 3D Print Priceless Smithsonian Artifacts

The Wright Brothers’ airplane. The Cosmic Buddha. A fossilized Woolly Mammoth. For decades, the only way to see artifacts like these has been to visit the Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC. And even if you have the time and money to make the trip, you only get to view the item’s front, from behind a glass case. […]