Making Your Own Education
The need for self exploration and project driven thinking is essential to growth. I personally believe this is the best form of learning.
The Diamond Project
This is an article that is briefly highlighting an idea that has some potential but it needs some guidance from seasoned business professionals.
Make All the Things Part 2: Ring Creation and Casting a Wax Ring, Part 2
This is the conclusion of the ring project I have been working on. It has taught me various new skills that I will be looking to build upon and improve in the future.
Interview with Ganit Goldstein on Craft, Technology, Fashion & 3D Printing
This is an article on the rising talent of Ganit Goldstein. She is an innovative thinker and designer that is leveraging 3D Printing for her design ethos and language.
Interview with Colin Keogh of the Rapid Foundation
This is a brief interview with Colin Keogh of the Rapid Foundation. He gives us some good insight into the need to enable people through technology as well as what it means to be a maker.
Mechanical Engineer Makes 95% 3D Printed Autonomous Robotic Lawn Mower
While I do know how to mow my lawn, that’s a job my husband normally takes care of. We like to divide and conquer when it comes to household chores…
3D Printing News Briefs: November 7, 2017
We’ve got a lot of 3D printing business news heading your way in today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, followed by a 3D printing event, a 3D printed work…
DK and MatterHackers Host Sweepstakes to Promote 3D Printing Projects Book
3D printing is a growing field and it’s growing faster than most people imagine. According to a 2015 study by Wohlers Report, the 3D printing industry is expected to generate…
e-NABLE Launches First Maker Camp to Commemorate the National Week of Making, But There’s a Catch – No 3D Printing!
I’d like to officially wish you a happy National Week of Making while we’re still in it! The National Week of Making, which celebrates the innovation, ingenuity, and creativity of makers…