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Milling Curved Objects With A G-Code Ripper

Milling and routing flat surfaces is pretty much the point of a CNC router, but how about curved surfaces? Auto leveling of hobby CNC machines and 3D printers is becoming commonplace, but Scorch Works is doing just the opposite: … 134 more words

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Rampaging Robots with Rampageo Industries

War. War always changes.

On today’s modern battlefields simply having boots on the ground is no longer enough for a be world conquerer. In the ever increasing fight for global domination the nefarious super villain Dr. 467 more words


MAKE's "3D Printing Review Weekend" Begins in Ohio!

The Make: magazine crew has landed in Youngstown, Ohio and we are busy setting up 23 3D printers for review! Led by our Digital Fabrication Editor, … 157 more words


3D printing a working DC motor

A Maker by the name of Pitrak recently created a fully-functional DC motor using an Atmel-powered MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3D printer.

To develop the working brushless direct current (DLDC) motor, the Maker 3D printed each of its parts, excluding the magnets, solenoid wrapping wire and hall effect sensors, and used an… 263 more words

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Wanna buy 3D Printed Goods? Head over to Amazon's 3D Printed Products Store

Mainstream 3D printing is here. You simply can’t consider 3D printing a fad anymore, no you absolutely can’t! At least not when there exists an online store especially for 3D printed goods. 244 more words


3D Filament as Today’s New Fashion Trend

It’s always an overwhelming feeling every time we hear a new breakthrough or technological innovation. We always look forward to be amazed with every single invention, new material or discovery in the market. 338 more words


Meet the Maker: InMoov

Joel Hackett lives in Albury New South Wales where he work for the local brick factory and in his spare time runs a small hobby business doing 3D printing. 104 more words