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Experiment: SketchFab Embed

Experimenting with using SketchFab to embed 3D previews of models in blog posts. Learn more about creating custom 3D printed dice for the classroom. 37 more words

Design

MyMiniFactory Integrates Zeus 3D For Streamlined 3D Printing Experience

Community 3D printing platform MyMiniFactory has had its guaranteed 3D printable library of over 15,000 objects integrated directly into the Zeus 3D Printer by AIO Robotics. 293 more words

Tech Talk

Japanese Lab Builds 5-Axis 3D Printer

A Japanese lab is investing some time in the possibilities of a 5-axis 3D printer. They show it printing using five axis as well as doing finish machining on a printed part. 174 more words

3d Printer Hacks

Why medical devices should be more like bicycles

When you look at a bicycle, says MIT’s José Gómez-Márquez, you immediately understand how it works. Whether it costs £10 or £10,000, the underlying mechanisms are easily understood, and such a design allows it to be modified for individual use. 42 more words

Medical Technology

Working with Google Drawings for 3D Printers

Hello Everyone,

I apologize for the lack of posts this week or even standard tweets. This past weekend, I experienced a large case load of trying to complete my dissertation proposal to having that added on with my wife having a seizure on Sunday for the first time in almost five months. 321 more words

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Siemens is building a swarm of robot spiders to 3D-print objects together

3D printing is still in its infancy, but it’s starting to show signs that it might revolutionize the way we manufacture products. That said, current technology won’t allow us to make anything larger than the printing machines themselves. 634 more words

Refreshable Braille Display and Braille Keyboard

Only about 10% of blind people around the world can read Braille. One primary reason is the high cost of Braille displays. The cost is a result of their complexity and reliability – required to ensure that they are able to handle wear and tear. 393 more words

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