Happy Thursday! You can almost smell the weekend, right? While you wait, here’s some news: MakerBot, a 3D printing startup based in Brooklyn, was bought by Stratasys, another 3D printing company, for $403 million worth of stock. Fired Groupon CEO Andrew Mason has an album coming out soon
Organized by the association *designers interactifs* , *di*/zaïn allows designers and artists to publicly present their work on stage through a 100 minutes meet-up. The goal behind this is to encourage creators of all kind to share and collaborate around their project. Each event is constructed around 10 talks
Hywel Vaughan and his girlfriend Sarah had been together for just over three years. As his New Years resolution of 2012, he decided to ask her to marry him.
As part of its 20-year celebrations, TCT magazine asked the Top 5 Most Influential in AM and 3D printing (as voted for by the readers of the magazine) about the current state and future outlook for the technologies. They didn’t all agree… Read their opinions at TCT Read the original: Opinion Makers Predict AM’s Future
By Piet Meijs, Senior 3D Expert, Rietveld Architects, New York. In May of this year, I joined a friend of mine, Justin Levitz from NRI in New York, as a guest speaker on his continuing education presentation for the American Institute of Architects (AIA/CES).
Sometimes I shy away from writing about instances of MakerBot being honored for this or that. There are a lot of those things, and I figure readers of this blog probably understand that our products are cool
OpenSCAD Bathtub Sailboat The hardest part of cranking out a Thing-A-Day for me is coming up with new ideas. When I have an idea for a printable thing, I typically just design it, publish it, and get it out there on Thingiverse. However, that means I generally don’t have many ideas left over for creating something new each day.
OpenSCAD Bathtub Sailboat The hardest part of cranking out a Thing-A-Day for me is coming up with new ideas. When I have an idea for a printable thing, I typically just design it, publish it, and get it out there on Thingiverse. However, that means I generally don’t have many ideas left over for creating something new each day. Thankfully, I have my daughter. After explaining that February was Thing-A-Day month and that I wanted to design something that was printable on our 3D printing robot, I asked her what she would like me to design. A saildboat for the bathtub was her answer. 1 In many ways the challenge of coming up with something that will meet her arbitrary and completely unpredictable specifications is actually easier that thinking up an idea for something each day myself. 2 OpenSCAD Bathtub Sailboat by MakerBlock After explaining Thing-A-Day to my daughter, I asked her what she would like me to design for her for day 2.