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quarta-feira, 30 de dezembro de 2015

Uma Tablet a 39 euros! E imprimir 3D a Cores, MESMO, mais imprimir com o vosso Smartphone!

Ainda está à venda na Staples, mas só nas lojas, aproveitem, que eu comprei, e não me arrependo, uma Tablet por 39 Euros!
Liga à Internet, por Wi-Fi, tem 2 Câmaras, uma a apontar para vós, e a outra, do outro lado, o que permite tanto gravar e fotografar o que vejam por aí, como fimarem experiências, vendo a imagem no écran, andarem na Net nos pontos de Wi-fi Grátis, e é claro, tele-conferências pela net. 
Têem a possiblilidade de juntar uma memória SD Card, e por este preço, é de aproveitarem, enquanto ainda há!


Tablet Point Of View MOBII 743 7"
Descrição
Marca:Point of View
Tipo: Tablet
Ecrã: 7"
Capacidade: 8GB
Processador: Quad-Core Allwinner A33 Cortex-A8 1.2GHz
Memória RAM: 512MB
Sistema Operativo: Android 4.4
Câmara Traseira: 0.3MP
Câmara Frontal: 0.3MP
Referência Fornecedor: POVTAB-P743









Esta Impressora 3D faz lembrar as Impressoras a Cores para Papel, e é porque imprime como elas, por injecção de tinta, mas no Filamento!
Uma boa ideia, e com bons resultados! 

The Lunavast CrafteHbot Brings Color to FDM 3D Printing 

MICHAEL MOLITCH-HOU  

The world of full-color FDM is an interesting one, with numerous companies working to establish the best method for turning the low-cost, but capable technology into a full-color process.  And now, a new product has just come on the market from a-z-ia.net Ltd. that offers a unique color FDM process, in the form of a DIY kit called the Lunavast CrafteHbot.
Unlike the Spectrom extruder, which dyes filament as it enters the extruder, and botObject’s process, which melts CMYKW filaments within the printhead before extrusion, the Lunavast CrafteHbot uses a hacked inkjet system from a 2D printer to color prints after they’re printed.  The patent pending process is described as “Direct to Object”, in that a 3D printed object is dyed as it is rotated from different angles.


http://3dprintingindustry.com/2015/12/18/63736/ 







 ... E se tiverem um Smartphone, poderão imprimir em 3D, imaginem então, com uma Tablet...
Tamanhos bem maiores!


A Smartphone 3D Printer & Why You Might Move to Taiwan (Part 1)

Michael Molitch-Hou

This is part one in a multi-part series covering 3D printing developments in Taiwan. To learn more, read parts two and three. 
I’d never been to Taiwan, but my mother lived here for one year exactly 50 years ago. There, she would teach English at a business school in Taichung and meet her first husband, a man I’ve never met and have no biological connection to, but who is responsible for the Chinese portion of my last name. So, when I was invited by Prof. Jeng at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech) to speak at the annual meeting of the Additive Manufacturing Association of Taiwan (AMAT), I had to say yes and take my wife, Danielle, along with me. And, while we had an opportunity to experience first-hand the country my mom fell in love with back in 1965, we also had the chance to see first-hand the cutting edge 3D printing technology that the country has to offer.



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