Começemos pela pequena mas impressionante Impressora 3D de topo-de-mesa, com 50 microns de resolução, e com um Extrusor de alta qualidade, que podem comprar à parte para as vossas Impressoras, que já compraram.
Parece ser algo de notável, pelo preço e pela qualidade, por vir em 3 tamanhos...
E porque já têem 3 vezes a quantia pedida no Indiegogo!
Rapide Lite 50 Micron Resolution, Affordable FDM 3D Printers On Their Way in 3 Different Size
Heidi MilkertA few months back, we saw an all out price war when it came to desktop FDM-based 3D printers. This price war was brought to an abrupt halt when a couple of crowdfunding projects were forced to call it quits, after realizing that the prices they had offered their products at were unsustainable. I think this was a wake up call to the industry, and since then we have seen more of an emphasis on new features, rather then a race to the first $99 3D printer.
One Shenzhen, China based company, Rapide-3d, founded by an Australian named Ethan Hunt, is the manufacturer of a few different interesting 3D printers, namely the Rapide One and the Rapide Pro. This company may soon put us back on a trajectory inherent of a price war. With that said, we will not be seeing a $99 or even a $299 3D printer from them anytime soon. It does appear that a very high quality sub $500 machine is on its way though.
...Podem ir já para a Página Indiegogo, e reservar uma:
Do pequeno para o Gigante, com este Robot que imprime em 3D, e dá para se constuír à medida do que queiram constuír.
Como, por exemplo, uma casa!
Minibuilders - How to 3d print big structures with small robots
There has always been a close relationship between architecture and technology. However, recently architecture has stagnated and the construction industry has been slow to adopt technologies that are already well established in other fields. Whilst we design digitally we still construct manually. Robotics offers great potential towards innovation within the construction industry. However, in their current form applied to the architectural field, in particular construction robotics, these systems all share a specific limitation: the objects they produce are linked to and constrained proportionally to the size of the machine. This methodology of production and construction is not scalable. In this sense, to create a house, using current construction robotics, the machine needed must have a work envelope as large as the house itself.
Imprimir um Modelo 3D demora muito tempo, por isso, é melhor fazerem Moldes, para produzir algo em série, ou em todos os Materiais que possam usar.
E não vi melhor do que este Instructable, para fazerem Moldes sem falhas!
Make a Mold for your sculpt or 3D print!
Thanks for visiting my instructable! Today we are going to learn how to make a 2 piece mold for your sculptures and 3d Prints. Once completed this mold will allow you to make exact copies of your sculptures and 3D prints in minutes! So Lets get to it!
E para rematar este Instructable para Aeromodelistas, para brilharem com Modelos de qualidade:
Designing and Building Beautiful RC AirplaneJason9198
Hello everyone this is my first Instructable but I am excited and eager to share with all of the great people on here how to design and build a remote control airplane. Aviation has been a passion of mine all my life, and has led me to pursue my aerospace engineering degree. As a engineering student I know that I still have much to learn, but that there also a lot that I can teach since I have been flying, building, and designing airplanes for about 10 years.
To design any airplane the first task is always to define what its mission will be. This will be the guiding force behind all research that is conducted and all design choices that will be made. For me I choose to design a fighter styled after the great piston engine fighters of WW2. Therefore my research began with finding various parent aircraft to look at for design inspiration. These included the P-51 Mustang, BF-109, P-40, Spitfire as well as several WW2 fighters turned racers. These aircraft were all designed in different environments worlds apart and yet were effective in their mission through unique solutions.