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domingo, 5 de janeiro de 2014

Fabbing para catástrofes! E Digitalizar estátuas, fazer Cestas de Jornais, e dobrar Metal, e Madeira

Da Designspark vem-nos agora oferecer mais esta razão para encorajar o Movimento Fabber, uma fantástica ideia para imprimir nada menos que Filtros para a Àgua, para evitar surtos de Cólera, em Situações de catástrofe...
Ou para Comunidades Lusófonas, e outras, em que falta tudo!
Parabéns à Team Tesla!!!

Two bottle water filtration system

A water filtration system to provide clean water in the event of natural disasters.Designed by Team Tesla at the DesignSpark Mechanical 48 Hour Design Challenge Sept 2013 
http://designshare.designspark.com/eng/projects/87/view/stage/brief










Podem-se agora transformar Fotos de objectos de grandes dinensões, como Estátuas, em Objectos 3D, com este Programa que podem testar Grátis, entre outros Programas, da Autodesk, vão ao Link das Novidades:



Project Memento
Visualize huge meshes from laser scans or photos, analyze for errors, and automatically/manually fix for digital use or fabrication. 

http://labs.blogs.com/january2014/innovation_edge.htm




 





Eis algo de diferente, fazer Cestas, como as de Vime... 
Mas em Papel de Jornal!
Poderá ser uma saída para um Hobby que dá dinheiro, lembrem-se que é de Material Reciclado, e podem fazer desde Cestas, a Candelabros:




Weaving baskets with newspaper 
dezine

I have just discovered how easy it is to weave a basket using newspaper! It's so simple to roll paper tubes out of newspaper and then weave the tubes into a basket. You can bet I will be making plenty of these faux wicker baskets for future projects, as well as for storage in the home.

I discovered this post on a Russian website and the instructions don't quite make sense, so I started putting together my own paper weave basket using newspaper that I normally keep for cleaning windows and messy projects.

If you have never done basket weaving before, try starting out with this simple basket weaving project, and then work your way up to this basket chandelier





 




Passamos agora à viril Arte de Dobrar Tubos de Metal, com esta Calandra que podem fazer em casa, com Material que encontram por aí:


Bend Metal Without Expensive Tools

Captain Robert
I'm a big fan of Atomic Zombie's builds. Except I like curved lines once in a while. I don't have access to a pipe bender, but I really wanted to introduce some curves to our latest project. Here's how you too can bend metal without any fancy equipment.
http://www.instructables.com/id/Bend-Metal-Without-Expensive-Tools/


 






E para dobrar placa de Madeira, eis este Instructable, e já se vê que, com estes dois Instructables, podem-se fazer Projectos impecáveis!
Façam mas é o Download deles, que um dia, vai-vos fazer falta.








Bent Lamination Form (How To)
wizzinstuff

In this intractable, you will learn how to create a bending form for bent lamination. I made it at TechShop
http://www.techshop.ws
What you will need:

1. Metal ruler (3ft)
2. Heavy objects
3. French curves
4. Drafting & design fade-out vellum (drafting paper)
5. Blue painters tape
6. Number 2 pencil
7. Bandsaw
8. Drill (with Philips tip)
9. Drillbit for pilot holes
10. Drywall screws (2in)
11. Wood clamps
12. MDF board (3/4in) - With and height depend on your project
13. Birch plywood (thickness - 3/4in) (width - 2ft) (length - 2ft)
14. Wood router (Flush trim bit with bearing on top)








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