BASF’s Replique Wants to 3D Print All of Your Spare Parts
Coming out of BASF’s Chemovator business incubator is Replique. The German company is offering a solution to enable the on-demand manufacturing of spare parts. Not only could Replique’s concept be…
The Maker Movement Unmade? Part 2: The Roots of the Maker Movement
With the shaky ground that Maker Media (now Make: Community) stands on, this author was prematurely ready to signal the end of the maker movement. However, we have already received…
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 :).
X-Carve Demo with Inventables
This is a brief article on my experience of demoing the X-Carve machine along with the Easel software integrated with it.
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.
3D Printing Spotlight On: Naomi Wu / SexyCyborg, Maker
When it comes to the global maker community and the spread of desktop 3D printing among individuals and smaller-scale operations, tech enthusiasts come in all shapes and sizes. One highly…
Making, Learning, Collaborating, and 3D Printing in the Community: Dayton Mini Maker Faire
Back in March, when I visited Dayton, Ohio’s resident 3D printing bar, Proto BuildBar, I was told that its employees would be exhibiting at a local school’s STEMfest later that…
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…