3D Printing COVID-19: First Do No Harm
We must be mindful that just because we can make a design that this design is not necessarily the right one. While I’m buoyed by the 3D printing industry’s efforts…
An Editorial About Face
Around five weeks ago I made a decision for us to not write at all about Covid-19/Corona Virus. I had seen the fear on the sunken faces of friends and…
Lazy Manufacturing: Making Things Using Less Energy
A friend took a broken part of his old boat out of his pocket. “Can you fix this?” he asked me. It was a complicated aluminium die-casting from the cold…
3D Printing and Mass Customization, Hand in Glove Part I
The industrial revolution saw the advent of mass manufacturing. The assembly line and the hourly wage worker invented, splitting up products into parts made through a series of repetitive serial…
In this article, I detail an interesting movement that is occurring within Europe through the collective Fab City.
In this article, I detail my brief visit to Machines Room and how it is closing down. This does not deter the essence of making though. There are interesting things occurring that will lead to future social change within London maker culture.
Projects and Having Purpose
I am here to explain the mindset of creating things on a consistent basis and how creativity can be forced.. painfully and purposefully :).
Aki Inomota – Think Evolution #1
This is an art analysis of a 3D printed piece done by the artist Aki Inomata. It brings out questions of humanity and our finite nature.
Dezeen Day Recap
This is a mini summary of some things I picked up on from the Dezeen Day conference. It is only a small understatement of the stimulating environment.