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
As if Makers had not had their share of excitement at the Maker Faire this weekend, Autodesk has announced the acquisition of Tinkercad , the browser-based 3-D modeling tool. Since Saturday the website is back online and fully operational. The team has also extended the free plan and you can now freely create unlimited designs.
Tuan Tranpham, a Stratasys employee, has recently published three infographics that cover his predictions for 3D printing in 2013, a summary of the 3D printers available for every price point (prosumer – production) and a glimpse at the materials and market share of 3D printer manufacturers.
Gael Langevin wants to give you a robot. The French artist is posting 3D printer files for a humanoid robot he’s building as he completes the various parts, allowing us all to create our very own plastic helper/lover with some ABS plastic, a few Arduino boards, and some motors.
The New Zealand education curriculum is expanding.
Time lapse photography of a 3D print on a Makerbot Replicator. This is my first print at .1mm layer height. There is a significant increase in detail compared to printing the same model at .2mm height.