Category Archives: Printing

Printing Urban Terrains

Even if you’re not into gaming, perhaps you can appreciate the idea of printing urban plans and geographic forms.  See below for a Minecraft village 3D print from a group known as “post-apocalyptic research institute.” Their flickr stream has more … Continue reading

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Now That’s a Rockin’ Printer

TJ McCue at Forbes posted an article about One.61, a New Zealand company that does product development work, including a foray into 3D printing. Although we have not worked with anyone for product development, the UR CTLT does have connections with a few … Continue reading

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3D Printing on CNN

March 31 CNN segment with president of 3D Systems showing off a couple commercial systems somewhat similar to the Thing-O-Matic. Geek details:  the examples they show have “raft” printing which is stable for the printing process but leaves a step … Continue reading

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Printing an Office Cubicle with Time Lapse

Here is a time lapse of the Makerbot printing all of the components for a typically stereotypical cube farm office. For the science types out there.  There is an interesting aliasing effect when the printer makes the four cubicle walls … Continue reading

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New Makerbot Thing-O-Matic

The CTLT acquired the Thing-O-Matic in 2011.  Here is a time lapse video of the assembly.

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