• Oct : 22 : 2014 - Inventables Launches 3D Carving Machine on Kickstarter, Reaches Funding Target in Minutes!
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Introducing “Multipart” : simplifying upload for multipart 3D files
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - 3D Hubs Becomes Infrastructure
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Thingiverse | MakerBot Thingiverse Make-a-Thon
  • Oct : 22 : 2014 - Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine

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These are exciting times for those looking to get into digital fabrication, as the technology really is starting to trickle down. With MakerBot the go-to for desktop 3D printing and ShopBot cornering the shop-based prototyping and production market, Inventables reckons there’s room for something in-between: A machine it’s calling Carvey , designed by Scott Wilson and MNML

To give you the best online personal 3D printing center, we’re always bringing new tools to our online interface. After the Repair Tool, Solidity Check, Cut-Away View, Batch Control for short series, Hollowing to hollow your 3D model, we’re introducing “Multipart” to easily 3D print a file that contains more than just one part.

This is interesting: manufacturers use 3D Hubs as a 3D printing infrastructure provider.

We are excited to host our second annual MakerBot Thingiverse get together at our HQ in Brooklyn, New York, November 15th and 16th. Register now The Design Side of 3D Printing This year’s Make-a-Thon is concentrated on the design side of 3D printing. Come attend workshops and presentations from our MakerBot Studio and MakerBot Learning teams, as well as from some of our Thingiverse community members Here are a few of the planned sessions: –Getting started with 3D Printing –From Concept to Digital Store Model with Solidworks & ZBrush –OpenSCAD Crash Course for Customizable Designs –Parametric Modeling with Rhino featuring SimplusDesign –Rapid prototyping of 3D design apps with Three.js –Advanced 3D Printing techniques with custom profiles Participate in a weekend design challenge, get feedback and 3D design tips from our resident experts, 3D print your designs in our BotFarm, score swag from our MakerBot giveaways — and more! Register Now Space is limited for this free event and we expect spaces to go fast, so register now We can’t wait to see what you make! Visit link: Thingiverse | MakerBot Thingiverse Make-a-Thon Not Acceptable! An appropriate representation of the requested resource could not be found on this server.

3D printers are the appliance of choice for a new generation of makers keen to rapidly prototype straight from their computer. But many materials with which 3D printers can produce items have limitations, and there are others that they can’t work with at all. Enter Carvey – a working prototype of a desktop mounted, rapid-modelling, 3D carving device that can sculpt wood, plastic, and metal into almost any object that you care to design… Continue Reading Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine Section: Electronics Tags: 3D Printers , 3D Printing , CNC , Desktop , Kickstarter Related Articles: The Filabot recycles scrap plastic into inexpensive 3D printing filaments ProJet 4500 3D printer creates multi-colored plastic items Handibot brings portability and apps to CNC fabrication Shapeways introduces a soft plastic for 3D printing “Felting printer” creates soft 3D-printed teddy bears US$15k uPrint personal 3-D printer brings rapid prototyping to the desktop See original here: Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine

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These are exciting times for those looking to get into digital fabrication, as the technology really is starting to trickle down. With MakerBot the go-to for desktop 3D printing and ShopBot cornering the shop-based prototyping and production market, Inventables reckons there’s room for something in-between: A machine it’s calling Carvey , designed by Scott Wilson and MNML

To give you the best online personal 3D printing center, we’re always bringing new tools to our online interface. After the Repair Tool, Solidity Check, Cut-Away View, Batch Control for short series, Hollowing to hollow your 3D model, we’re introducing “Multipart” to easily 3D print a file that contains more than just one part.

This is interesting: manufacturers use 3D Hubs as a 3D printing infrastructure provider.

We are excited to host our second annual MakerBot Thingiverse get together at our HQ in Brooklyn, New York, November 15th and 16th. Register now The Design Side of 3D Printing This year’s Make-a-Thon is concentrated on the design side of 3D printing. Come attend workshops and presentations from our MakerBot Studio and MakerBot Learning teams, as well as from some of our Thingiverse community members Here are a few of the planned sessions: –Getting started with 3D Printing –From Concept to Digital Store Model with Solidworks & ZBrush –OpenSCAD Crash Course for Customizable Designs –Parametric Modeling with Rhino featuring SimplusDesign –Rapid prototyping of 3D design apps with Three.js –Advanced 3D Printing techniques with custom profiles Participate in a weekend design challenge, get feedback and 3D design tips from our resident experts, 3D print your designs in our BotFarm, score swag from our MakerBot giveaways — and more! Register Now Space is limited for this free event and we expect spaces to go fast, so register now We can’t wait to see what you make! Visit link: Thingiverse | MakerBot Thingiverse Make-a-Thon Not Acceptable! An appropriate representation of the requested resource could not be found on this server.

3D printers are the appliance of choice for a new generation of makers keen to rapidly prototype straight from their computer. But many materials with which 3D printers can produce items have limitations, and there are others that they can’t work with at all. Enter Carvey – a working prototype of a desktop mounted, rapid-modelling, 3D carving device that can sculpt wood, plastic, and metal into almost any object that you care to design… Continue Reading Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine Section: Electronics Tags: 3D Printers , 3D Printing , CNC , Desktop , Kickstarter Related Articles: The Filabot recycles scrap plastic into inexpensive 3D printing filaments ProJet 4500 3D printer creates multi-colored plastic items Handibot brings portability and apps to CNC fabrication Shapeways introduces a soft plastic for 3D printing “Felting printer” creates soft 3D-printed teddy bears US$15k uPrint personal 3-D printer brings rapid prototyping to the desktop See original here: Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine

3D printers are the appliance of choice for a new generation of makers keen to rapidly prototype straight from their computer. But many materials with which 3D printers can produce items have limitations, and there are others that they can’t work with at all.

Yoshitomo Imura, a Japanese 3D printing ehthusiast, has been jailed for two years for manufacturing 3D printed guns.

Yet another 3D printing pen has launched: the Polyes Q1.

Yet another 3D printing pen has launched: the Polyes Q1.

A need to address a lack of housing for the globe’s growing population has turned up some eye-catching efforts, blending creative architecture with new, sustainable technologies . And it is increasingly looking like 3D printing could have a role to play. Italian firm Wasp is the latest to explore the potential of additive manufacturing in this area, developing a super-sized 3D printer capable of producing low-cost housing made from mud… Continue Reading Wasp’s 3D printers produce low-cost houses made from mud Section: Architecture Tags: 3D Printing , Construction , House , Maker Faire , Sustainable Related Articles: Chinese company uses 3D printing to build 10 houses in a day AeroVironment receives funding for perch-and-stare micro-UAV BATMAV System with AeroVironment’s Wasp III Micro Air Vehicle achieves full rate production The NUR Expedio Revolution mega-sized Inkjet printer IKEA-inspired MM1 looks to future-proof 3D printing Stratasys creates world’s first color multi-material 3D printer Read the rest here: Wasp’s 3D printers produce low-cost houses made from mud All Recipes Free

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