Open Design: Projects whose final form is ‘open’, liable to change (physically or digitally), and whose underlying purpose is creation or recreation by the end-user, either through production (ex.
MakerBot has improved substantially over the past two years .
The life of an educator is a busy one. Finding the time to create a new 3D printing lesson from scratch can be hard when you’re in a rush. Whether you’re new to classroom 3D printing, or just strapped for time, you can achieve more with with Quick Projects from Thingiverse Education! From designing art sculptures to creating decoder rings, there’s a variety of free lessons that are fun, fast, and easy to complete.
This Sunday, July 31, is the last day to purchase Early Bird tickets to the 2016 Core77 Conference Designing Here/Now . You might be wondering, “is it worth getting my ticket early?” Remember, the early bird gets the worm. In this case, the worm is an extra $100 in your pocket, the savings from buying an Early Bird ticket. As a reward for your diligence, here’s 12 ways to treat yourself with the money you save by purchasing an Early Bird ticket by Sunday! 12. Bug Lady is the new Cat Lady, 12,000 live Ladybugs to get you started
Everyone loves a good listicle and Time magazine recently put one out for the ages. A team of business and tech editors, writers, and reporters took on the steep task of naming “The 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time”. They sought to find “the tech that forever changed the way we live, work, and play.” Of all the big name brands and blockbuster products mentioned, the MakerBot Replicator 2 was the only 3D printer selected
Everyone loves a good listicle and Time magazine recently put one out for the ages. A team of business and tech editors, writers, and reporters took on the steep task of naming “The 50 Most Influential Gadgets of All Time”.
This week we bring you our pressing topic of the moment straight from our reader-controlled discussion boards ! Our Core77 readers recently caught wind of a crowd funding campaign for a new 3D printer that could revolutionize the democratization of the craft. The OLO 3D Printer is a Kickstarter project that’s already raised over $1 million dollars in funding that allows people to print small objects from their phone or via rendering programs—all under $100. Sound too good to be true? Well, depending on how you look at it that might be the case
We know you have opinions about the future for 3D printing so here’s the chance to tell us how you really feel. Join the Core77 editors ( @core77 ) and Eastman Innovation Lab for a lively discussion about how rapid prototyping, materials innovation and 3D printing at different scales for everyone from hobbyists to businesses. Thursday, February 18th at 1PM EST The current topic of discussion?
It’s been a wild and wonderful year for design and here at Core77 and we’re feeling #blessed to be wrapping it up with you. Over the next week we’ll be taking a look at some of our favorite ideas, stories, projects and moments from the past year.
It’s been a wild and wonderful year for design and here at Core77 and we’re feeling #blessed to be wrapping it up with you. Over the next week we’ll be taking a look at some of our favorite ideas, stories, projects and moments from the past year. But forget about us…let’s kick off the year in review with your favorite posts of 2015: 1. Why are Electric Pencil Sharpeners Made in the ’80s Better than New Ones