The term “Open Design” has been around for a few years now and there are dozen of books addressing the notion of copyright and its meaning for designers. If you have never heard about it, the Open Design movement aims to become as big and important in the design area as the Open Source is in the software one. Its goal is to promote the free sharing of blueprints and collaboration around it.
Elegantly designed with a lightweight aluminum frame, the 3Drag 3D printer is a simple starter system looking to get into 3D printing. Capable of printing ABS or PLA in its 20 x 20 x 20 cm build volume, the 3Drag is, according to Open Electronics, “Extremely fast and precise even in prints at higher speeds.” The 8.7 kg printer also has a nominal resolution of 0.015 mm along the X and Y planes and a 0.781mm resolution along the Z plane. While the printers specifications seem to be a… Read this article: 3Drag 3D Printer garcinia cambogia australia
Michael Harper for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online What began as a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign last summer has finally resulted in a very real and very shippable product. Ouya , developer of the world’s first indie-friendly, Android-based gaming console, has begun shipping the first of these devices to Kickstarter backers today
Michael Harper for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online What began as a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign last summer has finally resulted in a very real and very shippable product. Ouya , developer of the world’s first indie-friendly, Android-based gaming console, has begun shipping the first of these devices to Kickstarter backers today.
MakerBot and OUYA announced a partnership today that will allow gamers to print their own OUYA game console cases at home. The partnership will see OUYA create 3D design files for Thingiverse.com, MakerBot’s 3D printing design repository, which are designed to be used with the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D printer. The OUYA Game Console Enclosure design created by MakerBot allows OUYA console owners to print their own case, which includes a lid and a spring-loaded button for housing the hardware.
IBM’s Paul Brody, the global industry leader for electronics at IBM, believes that three things are set to change the way products are designed and manufactured. In a keynote speech delivered at the Siemens PLM Innovation Conference, Brody acknowledged that open source electronics, intelligent robotics and… wait for it… 3D printing are technologies that will have a disruptive impact on the way companies design and produce products.