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Free Ebook: A short illustrated guide to 3D Printing

I am excited to announce the release of a illustrated ebook dubbed “A short illustrated guide to 3D Printing”, I have been working on this book for about 2 months, with the intention to present an uncomplicated and well-rounded guide to 3D Printing to the community. 188 more words

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50W Laser Cutter Upgrades

Using that 50 Watt laser machine (see “Getting Control over a 50 Watt CO2 Laser Cutter from China“) for several weeks now, I have added a few upgrades to the machine. 1,110 more words


Improving the Robotdigg SCARA printer

In the first post in this series I described how I strengthened the bad T-frame of the printer and added adjustable levelling feet. These improvements made it possible to produce prints. 1,731 more words

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Supply chain trends - driven by digital

Bain & Company have an interesting infographic that identifies seven trends digitally-driven trends in the supply chain (here).  I list them here:

  • Hyper segmentation – using analytics to indentify individual customer needs…
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Sector: Manufacturing

Galactic British Empire - Service Trucks

The service trucks are here to take the strain off RoboTommy’s LeviTrundle Motivators.

The models can be found here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2467254

There are currently 3 varieties, Fuel Tanker, Flatbed and RoboTommy Transporter

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3D printed bookmark

I found this bookmark design off Thingiverse, and I liked it so much that I printed about 15 of them. I started off printing a few because are quite useful, then soon realized that they are great printer calibration tools. 36 more words

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Controlled Degradation of 3-D Printed Biomaterials

By Meghan Bialt-DeCelie ’19

The explosion of 3-D printing technologies allows custom and precise structures to be made quickly and inexpensively. Researchers led by Thomas Valentin from Brown University utilize stereolithographic 3-D printing to create biocompatible structures that could degrade in response to chemical cues. 219 more words

Meghan Bialt-DeCelie