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terça-feira, 4 de setembro de 2012

3D para os Filmes, o Avião Transversal, e uma ideia nova para o Open Source

Eis uma para os Filmes, literalmente, a nova aventura dos Men in Black, vai envolver "Armas" Impressas em 3D!
Trazida até nós pelo Blog da Ponoko, este até tem um Vídeo para verem como é...

3D printed futuristic weaponry for Men in Black 3 

These futurist handguns for Men in Black 3 were made by Moddler, a custom 3D printing company in San Francisco, using their in-house Objet Eden500. This is a very high-end printer capable of printing multiple material materials on the same part. The gun above is printed in hard plastic with soft, spongy rubber grips.
Watch Moddler’s video for a look inside the company.

http://blog.ponoko.com/2012/09/04/3d-printed-futuristic-weaponry-for-men-in-black-3/




Um Avião, dois tipos de Asa, basta RODAR 90 GRAUS, em pleno voo!
Ora aí está uma ideia do caraças...

Radical bi-directional flying wing design gets NASA funding

By Darren Quick

A team that has created a supersonic jet design resembling a flying shuriken has been awarded a US$100, 000 grant from NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) program to continue development of the aircraft. Aside from looking suitably futuristic, the concept plane’s four-pointed star design serves a practical purpose. By rotating in mid air, the plane can transition between broad-wing subsonic and shorter wingspan supersonic configurations.
http://www.gizmag.com/rotating-bi-directional-flying-wing-design/23982/





E uma ideia que nos aparece via The Firearm Blog, que poderá servir, ou não, a tanto Inventor-Empresário, que não vende o suficiente, abrir o desenho para Open Source...
E viver de vender as Peças Sobresselentes!
Será bem melhor que desistir de todo, penso eu...

Open Source the GMG (Fully Auto Airgun)?

The makers of the GMG .22, a fully automatic air gun, are considering open sourcing the design. Sales have not been good and they think there could be more money selling plans, kits and parts than fully assembled guns.

I think they should open source the design and release the plans and any CAD models under a Creative Commons license.
If they can create a community of builders and modders there could be a profitable business in selling parts, kits and upgrades.
This business model has worked well in the hobbyist electronics market where mini-industries develop around supplying parts and kits for open source hardware.
The company is running a poll on their website, asking if people would be willing to buy parts, rather than an entire gun.


 

 


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