Para Portugal, que é um País famoso pela sua Pastelaria, não desprezando os outros Países, que também têem da sua Arte, eis uma Inovação a seguir...
3D em Açúcar!
These delicate geometric forms are "3D printed" from sugar
James HollowayThe pair hit upon the idea when attempting to bake a birthday cake for a friend without the use of that most essential of bakery tools: the oven. The pair decided to 3D print a cake instead, finding success with sugar. Reasoning that others would like their sweet creations, the pair started "micro-design firm" The Sugar Lab.According to iGnant, the pair uses a mixture of water and alcohol to wet and harden a sugar substrate into the precise forms, a process similar, the pair says, to the way frosting hardens if left in the bowl.
...Transformar o Plástico em Combustível, eis algo que vai dar brado, agora que o Combustível está caro, ou serão as carteiras que estão mais vazias...
Plastic to Oil Fantastic OW2.0UNUChannelThe Japanese company Blest has developed one of the smallest and safest plastic-to-oil conversion machines out on the market today. It's founder and CEO, Akinori Ito is passionate about using this machine to change the way people around the world think about their plastic trash. From solving our landfill and garbage disposal issues to reducing our oil dependancy on the Middle East, his machine may one day be in every household across Japan.
While holding up a bag of trash, he states, "It's a waste to throw away, isn't it? This is a treasure."
3M Blue, dica da Leds and Chips, oferece-vos maior segurança na Impressão 3D, e é fácilmente substituível:
3M Blue 2090 Masking Tape 25mm x 50m
This blue masking tape from 3M/Scotch has a good adhesion to the platform, and your 3D printed textured surfaces will stick to it very well. Still, it can be removed from the object and replaced if needed.Tape size 25mm wide x 50m longSuitable for indoor and outdoor useMaximum 2 weeks weather and UV resistant
E para a Mídagem eis uma máquina de desenhar CNC...
Children's art goes high tech with WaterColorBotJonathan FincherRobots are already starting to make a mark on the adult art world with automated machines like the eDavid, which creates stunning painting in a variety of styles. But what about works at the other end of the artistic spectrum, like children's watercolors? Thanks to an invention from a 12 year-old, even young children can soon use robotics to make their own artwork. The WaterColorBot paints colorful pictures on paper based on existing graphics or follows along with users as they draw on a computer.