The trade-off of an affordable 3D printer is that they’re usually small and can only produce small objects. To make something big, you have to break it down into smaller parts first. But Autodesk has come up with a better approach: a 3D printer with multiple heads that all work together to churn out massive creations.
Please don’t ever change my milk bags — or my snippit!
When it comes to the dairy case’s ‘It bag,’ cutting corners is essential, particularly for the industrial design accessories it has inspired. As Nathalie Atkinson finds, they are as ingenious as they are iconic
Incredible thought to make a delta printer that could work anywhere!
The $250 Hangprinter system aims to bring power to the people in the high-stakes realm of 3D printing.
Source: Open-Source Prototype Turns Any Room Into a 3D Printer
The folks behind the documentary “Helvetica” are producing a new film on Canadian design.
Source: The Surprising History of Canada’s Most Iconic Designs | WIRED
You got it — I bought one!
I Found what I believe is an incredible deal on a 3D printer kit (assembly required) which will make me and my kids smile! Can’t wait to build it!
Time to cut some 3D signs from EPS foam! This little table works like a dream and is so simple it’s ridiculous!