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Vamos a isto, que é muita coisa, o Programa grátis de 3D 123D pode preparar os vossos Objectos para Impressão 3D, e eis como...
Aconselho vivamente a que façam o Download deste Instructable como Pdf, para terem à mão, é um pequeno Manual por si próprio.
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123D Modeling for 3D Printing
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I got a chance to play with Autodesk's 123D application. I spent some times to get myself familiar with 123D, and found that it was very easy to use with a lot of features that I could use to create a professional quality 3D models.

This hands-on tutorial is written for anyone who want to make 3D Print.
In this tutorials, you will learn to use 123D through a series of hands-on exercises.

After reading this tutorial, you can use 123D to visualize designs of the things that will actually be built. You will be guided through the basics of 3D manipulation in 123D, and the principal ideas involved in displaying complex 3D objects, and will be ready to create the simple objects that will get you that first 3D Printing object. You will learn how to save and export files directly from 123D program to send to fabricator, such as  "Free 3D Printing" Group or anyother 3D Fabricators.







Boas notícias para a Exploração do Espaço, o DragonX já fez uma Docagem!


Dragon achieves first commercial docking with ISS

David Szondy

Spacex’s unmanned Dragon spacecraft successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS) at 9:03 AM EDT (1303 GMT) today. Marking the beginning of a new era of commercial space travel, the privately owned and operated cargo vehicle was captured at 6:56 AM EDT (1056 GMT) by one of the station’s robotic arms operated by Expedition 33 crew member Akihiko Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Expedition 33 Commander Sunita Williams of NASA. It was then guided to a docking port where it will remain attached for the next three weeks.









E temos este Projector da 3M, que pjojecta Vídeo em directo pla Net...








New 3M projector streams Roku content

Dave LeClair

The world seems to be moving away from projectors. Almost all of the tech-savvy consumer's content is downloaded digitally and streamed to TVs, tablets and smartphones. The projector is kind of lost in the shuffle of all of this. Enter 3M's Streaming Projector, which merges the massive display sizes that only a projector can produce, with the streaming content for which Roku is known.
This projector is tiny, which is in keeping with the trend in personal electronics today. It is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and weighs in at about a pound. It is capable of projecting an image of up to 120 inches, and it can place these images just about anywhere. The 3M Streaming Projector has a resolution of 800 x 480, which will not blow away the hardcore HD junkies, but it is quite impressive when you consider the size of the device.






E que tal um tripé para os vossos Smart Phones, que também dá para os montar no vosso Carro?



MilliMount smartphone mount prototyped with Ponoko, launches Kickstarter campaign

MilliMount, an expandable smartphone mount that recently launched on Kickstarter, was prototyped early on using Ponoko’s 3D printing service.
If funding is successful, the combination phone stand/tripod mount/windshield mount will be manufactured through traditional means. But during development, Spatial Studios used one of the great strengths of 3D printing: iteration. That enabled creator Randy Ganacias to make changes over and over until the design was declared finished.






E Portugal ganha acesso a Tecnologia Espacial, muito bom!



Portugal ganha nova tecnologia para conquistar o Espaço


Chama-se Iniciativa Nacional de Transferência de Tecnologia Espacial e acaba de ser lançada pela Agência Espacial Europeia para projetar as empresas portuguesas do sector no mercado mundial.
Reforçar a competitividade da indústria espacial portuguesa e promover a inovação tecnológica, apoiando e facilitando a transferência de tecnologia espacial já disponível para sectores não espaciais, é o objetivo da Iniciativa Nacional de Transferência de Tecnologia Espacial (PTTI), lançada hoje em Lisboa pela ESA, Agência Espacial Europeia.
Este programa de transferência de tecnologia para Portugal é feito pela Agência Espacial Europeia em colaboração com a Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT), estando o seu desenvolvimento a cargo do Instituto Pedro Nunes, a incubadora de empresas da Universidade de Coimbra.
O lançamento insere-se no workshop temático dedicado aos Programas Tecnológicos da ESA, organizado pelo Gabinete do Espaço da FCT, de preparação para a próxima reunião interministerial da ESA, e contou com a participação de Franco Ongaro, diretor dos Programas Tecnológicos da ESA, e de Carlos Oliveira, secretário de Estado do Empreendedorismo, Competitividade e Inovação, entre outros.
A ESA já transferiu mais de 200 tecnologias espaciais para vários países da Europa, que permitiram a criação de várias empresas com projeção nos mercados internacionais.



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