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Support Material Overview Video

Support Material Overview Video

jds232323 uploaded a very helpful series of Youtube videos covering different approaches to support material. He compares the results from different slicers/printers ‘Afinia up!, Cura, Simplify 3d, Makergear M2) and talks about manual generation of support material as well. Related links: Support material – YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43AwHi5YK08, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgv_ggFvE0I

Building a Reprap Printer

Building a Reprap Printer

Nico3ck posted an excellent photo journal in the forum showing all the steps in building a Tantillus 3D Reprap printer. You can really get a feel for what’s involved, the number of pieces, and how it all goes together. Related links: Nico’s Build

3Doodler 3D Printing Pen Featured on CNN (Video)

3Doodler 3D Printing Pen Featured on CNN (Video)

I usually have CNN muted on the TV in my office while I work, and glance up to see what’s going on in the world from time to time. But, I didn’t expect to see the 3Doodler printing pen featured. WDAM.COM – TV 7 – News, Weather and Sports Thanks to their recent success with [...]

Android Robot Walker on Thingiverse

Android Robot Walker on Thingiverse

The Android Robot Walker STL is available on Thingiverse for download and 3D printing. It uses the Makerbot Windup Walker mechanism.  Via: Android Robot Walker by robots-dreams – Thingiverse

Michael and his robot Minions

Michael and his robot Minions

120717 Makerbot Industries-2, a photo by Robots-Dreams on Flickr. Michael Curry and his 3D printed robot Minions at Makerbot Headquarters in Brooklyn, NYC last week.

Visit to the MakerBot BotCave

Visit to the MakerBot BotCave

LemFugitt20120717-104.jpg, a photo by makerbot on Flickr. I had a wonderful afternoon visiting Makerbot Industries in Brooklyn. This was my fifth visit over the past two and a half years. Every time the energy, enthusiasm, and creativity seems to have been cranked up by at least another order of magnitude.

3D Printing a Hobby Lathe(Video)

3D Printing a Hobby Lathe(Video)

Sublime (Brad) at Tantillus.org printed a fully functional hobby lathe using PLA plastic capable of cutting metal parts. Each of the parts necessary to build the lathe was small enough that they could be produced on an affordable 3D printer within the budget of most robot hobbyists. The lathe design was the result of contributions from many people, though [...]

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