12th November 2010

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Make Your Own Mini-Me — The Gadgeteer

Make Your Own Mini-Me — The Gadgeteer

Source: the-gadgeteer.com

10th November 2010

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It Will Be Awesome if They Don’t Screw it Up: 3D Printing… | Public Knowledge

It Will Be Awesome if They Don’t Screw it Up: 3D Printing… | Public Knowledge

Source: publicknowledge.org

2nd November 2010

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New Pics: Inkjet Printer Makes Instant Skin Grafts for Burn Victims | Co.Design

New Pics: Inkjet Printer Makes Instant Skin Grafts for Burn Victims | Co.Design

Source: fastcodesign.com

1st November 2010

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The World's First 3D-Printed Car Actually Works →

28th October 2010

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MakerBot Cupcake CNC assembly time lapse (via jmillerid)

Source: youtube.com

19th October 2010

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The physical reproduction by any means known or yet to be invented (including recasting and/or reverse engineering or 3D scanning/printing) of the Roddenberry.com Boomerang Phaser Kit or any of it’s parts is expressly prohibited under U.S. and International copyright and product protection laws.

Source: techdirt.com

18th October 2010

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BattleBricks: MakerLegoBot: The Lego Mindstorms NXT 3D Lego Printer

BattleBricks: MakerLegoBot: The Lego Mindstorms NXT 3D Lego Printer

Source: battlebricks.com

15th October 2010

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Video: Buick getting into the cloning business? — Autoblog →

8th October 2010

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An atom-based product, developed in bits 

THIS from the two New Yorkers who designed the Glif, a tripod adapter for the iPhone 4.  It’s a hunk of rubberized plastic with a threaded bushing that will  ultimately retail for $15. Last week, its designers hoped to raise  $10,000 through the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. In the first three  days, the total contributions were $70,000.

An atom-based product, developed in bits

THIS from the two New Yorkers who designed the Glif, a tripod adapter for the iPhone 4. It’s a hunk of rubberized plastic with a threaded bushing that will ultimately retail for $15. Last week, its designers hoped to raise $10,000 through the crowdfunding site Kickstarter. In the first three days, the total contributions were $70,000.

8th October 2010

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Merrick
“From an unknown location, I break into IKEA’s  computer server. In this nerve centre, the CAD files for  every IKEA product are stored and are downloaded  worldwide. By infecting the CAD files with the  ‘Elephantiasis virus’ I have just designed, I can hack the  entire range of products. The virus causes random  deformities, like lumps, cracks and humps, which only  show up when the customer prints his product at home  with his 3D printer.”

Merrick

“From an unknown location, I break into IKEA’s
computer server. In this nerve centre, the CAD files for
every IKEA product are stored and are downloaded
worldwide. By infecting the CAD files with the
‘Elephantiasis virus’ I have just designed, I can hack the
entire range of products. The virus causes random
deformities, like lumps, cracks and humps, which only
show up when the customer prints his product at home
with his 3D printer.”

Source: platform21.nl