Make All the Things Part 3: Vertical Garden Part 2 – User Research
This is a short summary on the first steps in building a vertical garden through collecting user research.
Make All the Things Part 3: Vertical Garden Part 3 – Design Thinking
Wikifactory Partners with Fablabs.io, Introduces New Workflow Features
All-in-one workspace Wikifactory, a social platform for collaborative product development, has been pretty busy this summer, first releasing its beta platform and then launching the Docubot Challenge. Now the startup, which was…
Make All the Things Part 3: Vertical Garden
This is an introduction to the next project we will be taking on for the Make all Things Series. This project will be giving us a new found understanding of the skills required within the field of botany as well as design research and collaboration.
What is Metrology?
3D Metrology What is 3D metrology? Metrology is the science of measurement. It establishes a common understanding of units, crucial in linking and understanding human activities. When we apply metrology…
Bralco and GE Additive Sign MoU for Increased Development of 3D Printed Magnetic Components in APAC Region
Singapore-based metal Bralco Advanced Materials, a research, product development, and commercialization company specializing in metal 3D printing, just announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GE…
Wikifactory’s Docubot Challenge Creates a Hardware Solution for Documentation
International startup Wikifactory, established in Hong Kong last June, is a social platform for collaborative product development. Co-founded by four makers, and until recently counting 3DPrint.com Editor-in-Chief Joris Peels as a member…
Make All the Things Part 2: DIY Products
This is a short intro article to different resources a maker has for creating. DIY is a great thing with the amount of resources the internet provides for us. It is crucial to point others in the right direction.
Wikifactory Launches Beta: Social Platform for Collaborative Product Development
Rapid prototyping was the first really big application for 3D printing, as it allows product developers to quickly get a realistic representation of their idea at the earliest stages of…