Video from Ultimaker 3 PrinterClick here for video feed from the printer (this video feed is only available on campus and when the printer is connected).
Category Archives: SketchUp
Update: See updated design and photo of the prototype that can automatically feed at the end of this post (I have not yet tested heating). As much excitement as there is around the 3Doodler kickstarter project, it turns out that … Continue reading
For demonstrating proficiency with SketchUp, the TLC staff were asked to create SketchUp models of spatial objects around campus such as a component of a building or fountain. The staff were asked to spend only 6-7 hours on the project. … Continue reading
Want a custom 3D-printed “I ♥ [Heart] TLC” magnet? While supplies last, the TLC will be giving them away for those coming to the Technology Learning Center on Valentine’s Day to work on their academic projects.
Although there is nothing toxic about 3D printing with ABS (check out an MSDS for ABS and research posts such as http://www.instructables.com/id/Is-3D-Printing-Safe-or-DIY-Testing-for-HCN-from-/ ), it does have some odor. The magnitude can be reduced by enclosing the printer (presumably giving the volatiles … Continue reading
As part of a larger project in a 3D design course at the University of Richmond, Fall 2012, students used Google SketchUp to develop a work composed of three pieces of small cubes taken from a much larger cube (when … Continue reading