Isto é Fantástico!
Imprimir em 3D, em ABS, e Nylon, e Fresa CNC, TUDO numa só máquina!!!E num Instructable, sim, para fazerem esta pequena maravilha em vossas casas!
Combination CNC Machine and 3D Printer
How to make your own 2D CNC machine that converts into a 3D Printer and back to a CNC machine in less than an hour. Costing less than a CNC machine or 3D printer! In addition, the design will go further than the traditional 3D printer printing ABS, and move forward to printing with NYLON 6/6.
NYLON has some great features that can be modified with fill density. Imagine being able to print a permanent coffee filter or bearings that need no lubrication!
My hope is that people use this guide to bring their designs and projects to tangible parts and objects as paper and CAD designs are great, but unproven, till built.
My goal for this guide is to take the mystery out of both CNC and 3D printing in such a way as to eliminate that….”its all to overwhelming” feeling or thought.
Because there are several other specific machine designs out there, both CNC and 3D Printer, please refer to this machine as the "2BEIGH3" or "2 by 3" as I will within this guide.
A Shapeways imprime em 3D num material como Borracha, agora:
We Can't Believe It's Not Rubber
Flex your creativity and start experimenting today!
We just launched our first fully flexible material for 3D printing. This is our only material that is made to bend, and from what we can tell, the only highly flexible 3D printed material accessible for everyone. Elasto Plastic is still experimental, so put on your lab coat, check out the design rules and start playing!
...E um Avião de Sonho, que ainda por cima é mais económico, quer em combustível, quer a fabricar!
Synergy aircraft aims at more comfortable, efficient personal flightBy Chris WeissThe airplane is arguably the biggest single revolution in travel ever. Voyages that used to entail weeks of dangerous, life-threatening navigation can now be done in the matter of hours. No single invention has connected physical space like the plane. Yet, there's still much room for improvement in terms of cost, efficiency and comfort. With this in mind a team of U.S. designers is developing what they believe is a better solution for flying: the Synergy aircraft. Led by designer John McGinnis, the team claims that Synergy has more room than a standard personal plane, is more fuel efficient, is cheaper to build, is quieter, and allows for quicker, more versatile travel. The key to the Synergy's promise is in its funky "double box tail" design - an innovation aimed at reducing drag in any and every way possible.