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quarta-feira, 24 de junho de 2015

Fresa CNC de 5 eixos, por 3.300 Dólares! E uma Impressora 3D por 299, um Aspirador impresso em 3D, e um Retrato dum Inventor!

Isto é incrível, podem agora fazer objectos complexos em Cera, Madeira, Plásticos E Alumínio!
É uma máquina topo-de-mesa, mas não se esqueçam de que podem fazer peças grandes em segmentos, e desenhar as Engenhocas de forma a usar Tubos e Chapas nas partes menos complexas...

Pocket NC - The first 5 axis CNC mill for your desktop.

Pocket NC 

What is the Pocket NC?
The Pocket NC is a 5 axis desktop CNC mill. 
Now let’s break down exactly what that means: 
Milling Machine: Today, most people are familiar with the concept of 3D printing which is an additive manufacturing process. The part is built up from the base by adding a layer of material at a time. Milling is a subtractive process where material is removed from a solid piece of stock using a sharp tool to reveal the part inside. 
CNC: CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. This means that the machine is controlled by a series of codes and numbers output by a computer. These codes can either be output by software, or written line-by-line in a text file. For more information on the software you need, keep reading. 
5 Axis: If you are having a hard time visualizing what “5 axis” could mean, don’t worry. It’s a lot more simple than it sounds. Conventional milling machines typically can move in 3 linear axes at a time. An example of this would be a milling machine where the part fixed to the table can move back and forth in two directions (X and Y axes) and the cutting tool can move up and down (Z axis). The extra 2 axes of movement are rotational, which for the Pocket NC means that the part can also rotate about the X axis (A axis) and about the Y axis (B axis). The main advantage of this is that you can now machine on multiple faces of the part without having to refixture it. 

Dica de Peter Smith, e notícia da, têem esta Impressora 3D portátil por menos de 300 Dólares, para venda:

New High Quality Portable Afinibot Creality 3D Printer Launches for Just $299


The majority of 3D printers are large, clunky, and somewhat fragile machines. The idea of moving them back and forth between rooms, or in and out of a closet just isn’t very feasible. We have seen several “portable” 3D printers come to market over the past couple years, but most are expensive or simply don’t do what they say. This may be about to change though, with the new Afinibot Creality 3D printer now available at 3D Printers Online Store.
The new 3D printer kit features a decent size build volume of 130 x 150 x 100 mm and can print with a layer resolution of 100 microns. It is built with a sturdy aluminum and acrylic frame, and weighs just 4.9 kg (approximately 10.8 pounds). Best of all, it’s priced at just $299 with even larger discounts available for higher quantity purchases.

Como o lixo se acumula à volta do PC duma forma assustadora, eis uma simpática ideia para usarem as vossas Impressoras 3D, que vai agradar à Patroa, um Aspirador que funciona alimentyado por uma saída USB do mesmo Computador:

[Updated] 3D Print a Mini USB Vacuum Cleaner


My purpose to design a mini USB vacuum cleaner was the consequence of the mess I was confronted to, after making stuff for hours with plastic, wood, and electronic parts on my desk.
I needed a small and efficient device to clean the mess, so I decided to design and make my own.
This mini vacuum cleaner is very helpfull ! I can now easily clean my laptop keyboard, my desk, and all the small fragile items I collect. 

Dica importantíssima da RS Components, eis a explicação do que significa ser Inventor, não um Cientista de Filme Infantil, mas um homem do Mundo Real, que resolve um Problema, de forma viável e económica!
Será que em Inglês, as nossoas "Autoridades" irão acreditar que a Invenção não é mais um Cambalacho Elitista e Corporativista do Estado-Novo, SÓ entre Universiades e Empresas, e NINGUÉM MAIS, só por causa duns "estudos" feitos por uns Burocratas Falhados, em Bruxelas, a Capital da Idiotice?

GripIt Fixings Jordan Daykin Portrait of an Inventor
RS Components
View our stock of GripIt Fixings at RS Components
Entrepreneur and inventor Jordan Daykin talked to us about his journey creating GripIt Fixings, and successfully pitching the product to Deborah Meaden on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den television programme.
GripIt Fixings are the world’s strongest plasterboard fixing supporting a weight load of up to a massive 180kg. 
For more on Jordan and others like him, follow us on Twitter , Facebook .

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