3D printing technology has officially hit the mainstream with the merger of MakerBot and Stratasys.
Joris Peels proposes a radical idea for 3D printing: mobility. Longtime Fabbaloo readers will be familiar with the concept of a “build chamber”, in which extruders or other printing mechanisms move about to create an object. The build chamber is based on the mechanical concept of three axes of movement, but it has a major limitation: objects must fit within the build chamber
MakerBot Replicator 2X Hopefully by now you’ve heard about MakerBot’s newest 3D printer, the Replicator 2X. While 3D printing opens up a new world of possibilities, being able to print with a second plastic extruder at the same time takes it to another level entirely.
This 3D printed Table Lamp designed by French designer Patrick Jouin blooms like a flower. It reacts to the environment: push it softly to open or close it, changing the brightness and the atmosphere of the room
Mechanical engineering students at the University of Washington stunned and amused judges at the annual Milk Carton Derby in Seattle as they paddled their way to 2nd place in the worlds first 3d printed milk carton boat! Taking a unique slant on the traditional Milk Carton Derby design regulations, the team at WOOF (Washington Open Object Fabricators) researched, designed and printed their boat almost entirely from recycled milk cartons. Weighing 40+ lbs the WOOF entry is the only boat that is 99% milk cartons, requiring some 250 one gallon milk jugs to produce.
Hi MakerBot World! My name is Jaclyn and I am the Recruiter for MakerBot Industries. From time to time on this blog, I will be updating you on open positions and new hires! Right now, MakerBot is in a hiring frenzy and we want to make sure that the remarkable people who visit our website are a part of it
Don’t forget to submit your design for Dimension’s eighth annual Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge . The deadline of Feb. 2 is just 3 weeks away.