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Coffin Cover Art

These were made from a printing job I received through 3DHubs.com.  The white plastic coffin shells are intended to be used as part of the cover art for a mixtape CD.   100 more words

Kyle Proefke

Tiny House

It’s been too long since my last post, so time for some updates.  After a hiatus from printing projects, I’ve recently completed a couple of scale models for an architect to present to his client.   154 more words

Kyle Proefke

3D Printing A 5 Story Building

According to SeriousWonder.com -

Nearly a year ago Shanghai-based manufacturing company WinSun announced the successful development of 10 houses in only 24 hours using a 3D printer. 81 more words

MakerBot Mobile for Android brings 3D printing to your phone

MakerBot has released its official app for Android. MakerBot Mobile adds convenience to the 3D printing process. You’ll be able to access designs from your MakerBot Cloud library, or download designs from the MakerBot Thingiverse and print them wirelessly from the app. 118 more words


My Experience with the Formlabs Form 1 vs. Makerbot Replicator

As I finished up my undergrad degree and my student job managing 3D printing for Huntington University, I was asked to set up a new 3D printer, the Form 1 from… 1,100 more words


Destructive 3D printing and interstellar travel

The basic idea of Makerbot’s ‘Scotty’ is that one 3D printer mills through an object, photographing a layer at a time, and transmit the photographs to a second printer, which then reproduces the layer, thus building up a copy of the original.  306 more words

This modded 3D printer teleports physical objects

Researchers develop a way to relocate physical objects across distances using destructive scanning, encryption and 3D printing.

The catchphrase “Beam me up, Scotty” made its way into pop culture in the late 1960s thanks to the debut of the incredibly-popular Star Trek series. 455 more words

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