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quinta-feira, 12 de abril de 2012

Pinterest, Emgine, e mais 3D Bacano!

Já me meti no Pinterest:


É mais uma maneira de terem as vossas imagens na Net, por isso, inscrevam-se!



Emgine, um Simulador de Campos Magnéticos, para não terem de fazer N enrolamentos, até que a vossa Ideia dê certo!
E é Grátis!



emGine Environment - 3D Electromagnetic Field Simulator

The emGine Environment(TM) is a full-wave 3D electromagnetic field simulation environment solving Maxwell's equations in time-domain. It is used for the modeling of high-frequency electromagnetic field in microwave circuits, antennas, resonators, microwave filters, hollow waveguides, etc.
Get a FREE Commercial License - Fully Featured, No Limitations!

If you want to use the emGine Environment for commercial/governmental/military purposes, you must obtain a commercial license. Contact me and get for FREE one license valid for 6 months and see how emGine Environment can help in your development and research studies.
http://www.petr-lorenz.com/emgine/



Mais uma maravilha encontrada pela Ponoko.
Mais dois Projectos de Impressoras 3D, daquelas com um acabamento tão perfeito, que faz chorar as pedras da calçada, e ainda por cima, Open Source, até o Material de Impressão é barato!!!



Open source resin 3D printers in development

Hobbyists work on affordable resin printing tech

After posting about Junior Veloso’s resin 3D printer last week (and its higher-than-expected price), commenters arthur and Adam B. pointed to a couple of cost-sensitive open source projects in the works: Lemon Curry and an unnamed printer by Christopher Jansen.
Both are still in the experimental stage, but expect to deliver low-cost, open source solutions that any person should be able to put together and get running. In the case of Jansen’s printer, his running tally of costs is under $200, including a used DLP projector from eBay.

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