“Little You” Encourages Creativity in Kids: Design and 3D Print Your Own Figurine!
While 3D printing is great for building some really large things, it’s also ideal when you need to create small things, like toys. A new application, called Little You, lets…
Artisan’s Asylum Makerspace Relocates to Harvard’s Allston Campus
One of the largest makerspaces in the United States is building Boston’s most inclusive, vibrant hub for artistic expression, learning, manufacturing, and creative entrepreneurship. As part of a new long-term…
Bloom Courageously: Discussing Women in 3D Printing with Satori CEO Chengxi Wang
Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with Chengxi Wang, the CEO of professional 3D printer developer Satori, which officially entered the 3D printing market with the launch of its…
Exclusive Interview with Chengxi Wang, CEO of Professional 3D Printer Developer Satori
Just two months ago, London-based startup Satori, which wants to empower creativity for its clients through the use of 3D printing, launched its first professional 3D printer, the compact ST1600….
Organization Profile: Makerversity
Discussion on Education The typical methods of educating people are dead in my eyes. I have believed this for a while. I was never a fan of organized school. It…
The Precarious Current State of London Maker Culture
This article talks about some of the social ramifications of Brexit and its effect on the maker culture of London.
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 :).
London Maker Culture
This article is focusing on London as a whole and how the environment shapes the maker culture of this city. I am also outlining the places I will be checking out in London as well.
This is a fun take on traditional education vs a more practical approach. I review the benefits of being with the Fab Academy program.
Janne Kyttanen on Creativity in 3D Printing
Janne Kyttanen is a whirlwind of innovation, ideas and designs. The pioneering 3D printing designer was one of the first to couple design and 3D printing, the first to sell…
Make All the Things Part 2: Ring Creation and Casting a Wax Ring, Part 1
This is an indepth how-to on making on casting a ring. This involved the usage of 3D Printers, but also various outside methods are important to this process. It is very fun to learn all of these new techniques.
Interview with Mark Wrigley of Elektric-Works
Inspired by the Apollo moon landings, Mark Wrigley embarked on a career in physics in the early 1970s. In 2011 he set up his own company; Elektric-Works which explores the way disruptive technology and making can empower individuals and start ups.
Make All The Things Part 1: Having Fun and Being Creative at the Makerspace
This is an article on the enthusiasm and spirit of being within a makerspace or a fabrication lab. It is important to be aware of these places, as they are truly inspiring and creative places to be within. There is never a lack of vigor and creativity flowing from these places.
Budmen Industries’ New Minimal, Modular Buildini is a Practical 3D Printer for the Creative Mind
Pennsylvania-based company and post-digital workshop Budmen Industries, the “Home of Industrial Imagination,” was founded by lifelong creatives Isaac Budmen, author of The Book on 3D Printing, and Stephanie Keefe. In addition…
Release Your Inner Child and Play with 3D Printed Replicas of Einstein’s Building Blocks
Did you have a favorite toy as a child? I had many favorites growing up, but the first was this little rubber Grover from Sesame Street with bendable arms and legs;…
3D Printing News Briefs: March 28, 2017
In this Tuesday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering everything from 3D printers, printing materials, 3D scanning software, and virtual reality to business partnerships and future flight technologies….
Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ Impacts Advanced Manufacturing
When Trump’s Muslim Ban hit on Friday, protests and expressions of outrage erupted across the nation. One particularly loud voice in this push back has come from the highest levels…
Australian Man 3D Prints Incredible Exoskeleton Hand
One of the things that makes the world of 3D printing so wild and wonderful is that it isn’t a closed group of people whose job it is to run…