New short link!

quarta-feira, 25 de novembro de 2015

Sculpto, 3D mais fácil! E imprimir ao Cubo, Farmacêutica em casa, e CNC quase grátis

Não há mais fácil que uma Impressora 3D pensada para toda a família...
Não importa o vosso grau de Geek, porque, se poderem desenhar o que querem, podem imprimir; 
Não se pode facilitar mais do que isto!




   
  
A 3D printer for the whole family
Created by
Simon Breum Fiske


Sculpto is a 3D printer and app for the home - where families can create their own toys, gadgets and inventions 
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1884651444/sculpto-a-toy-from-the-future 









Notícia da DIY 3D Printing, aqui, trata-se de imprimir nas 6 facetas dum Cubo, ou Paralelepípedo, criando assim um Objecto com muito menos problemas de Impressão, como apoios e assim, e com uma cavidade interior onde se podem alojar Mecanismos e/ou Sensores, etc:






RevoMaker Multi-directional 3D Printing with Embedded Electronics 
RevoMaker uses hacked standard 3-axis FDM 3d printer and a laser cut cube core to print on its six sides. Cube core element can contain electronic components so ypu can make compex geometry objects with active components. 
From project description:
We present “RevoMaker”, a self-contained 3D printer that creates direct out-of-the-printer functional prototypes, using less build material and with substantially less reliance on support structures.
By modifying a standard low-cost FDM printer with a revolving cuboidal platform and printing partitioned geometries around cuboidal facets, we achieve a multidirectional additive prototyping process to reduce the print and support material use. Our optimization framework considers various orientations and sizes for the cuboidal base.
The mechanical, electronic, and sensory components are preassembled on the flattened laser-cut facets and enclosed inside the cuboid when closed. We demonstrate RevoMaker directly printing a variety of customized and fully-functional product prototypes, such as computer mice and toys, thus illustrating the new affordances of 3D printing for functional product design.  










...Para que a Malta das Retortas, Química, e Farmacêutica, não pense que não há nada para eles, eis um Bio-Reactor, que podem fazer em casa, para as vossas Experiências Laboratoriais, criando Microorganismos que sintetizam produtos químicos!






Farma: a home bioreactor for pharmaceutical drugs
wgpatrick 
Overview
Synthetic Biology has rapidly developed from a scientific discipline into a large industry. Many new companies are designing microbes that produce valuable chemicals, such as pharmaceutical drugs and fragrances, in very large fermentation reactors.
Today, we are on the verge of using synthetic microbes within consumer products. How should we incorporate synthetic organisms into our products, clothing, and homes?
Farma brews Arthrospira platensis, also known as Spirulina, that has been modified to produce pharmaceutical drugs. The reactor brews, measures, filters, and dries the Spirulina into a powder. The consumer then fills gel capsules using the accompanying pill maker and consumes the drugs.
 
 









E por hoje, ficamos com uma fresa CNC construída com a E-Sucata que se encontra por aí aos pontapés, e asssim todos podem criar Objectos, Protótipos, Modelos, Ferramentas e Máquinas, sem gastar uma Fortuna, apenas 160 Dólares:




Built from Scrap: This CNC Machine Was Made for $160
Donald Bell  
There’s been a surge in affordable desktop CNC routers over the past few years, but you’d be surprised at how easily you can cobble your own together. Using dirt-cheap chipboard, an Arduino, motor breakout board, angled aluminum, and a few gears and servos pulled from a tray-style computer CD drive, Norbert Heinz has created an unbelievably inexpensive CNC router — the total cost for Norbert was around €150 (or about $160 in US dollars). 








Sem comentários:

Enviar um comentário