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Solidator 3D Printer Prints Large Objects and Does it Fast

Solidator 3D Printer Prints Large Objects and Does it Fast
Two of the biggest challenges with today’s desktop 3D printers are that they 1) don’t print very large objects and 2) are painfully slow. The Solidator 3D printer aims to change both of those things, in a printer that costs less than $5,000.

Desktop Wire Bending Machine: DIWire

Desktop Wire Bending Machine: DIWire
Wires or rods are integral parts of many structures or products. While we’ve seen early versions of 3D printers that can work with metals, many times all that a tinkerer or an artist needs is a way to bend existing wire to his will.
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3D Printers Now Available via Staples: Print Me an Easy Button!

3D Printers Now Available via Staples: Print Me an Easy Button!
3D printing is a fantastic way to rapidly prototype something that you’re trying to design or develop for business or personal use. The problem is that 3D printers can be pretty expensive, and you can’t just walk into most retailers and buy one.

Dreambox 3D Printer Vending Machine Lets You Buy Whatever Your Heart Desires

Dreambox 3D Printer Vending Machine Lets You Buy Whatever Your Heart Desires
We’ve seen some pretty unusual vending machines these past few years, ranging from the playful¬†to the extraordinary and downright¬†strange. The soon-to-be-released Dreambox, however, is in an entirely different league. It doesn’t sell any specific goods because there’s nothing on display except a 3D printer.

Objet’s Insanely Detailed 3D Prints Give Glimpse into the Future

Objet’s Insanely Detailed 3D Prints Give Glimpse into the Future
If you ask me, 3D printing is the next big thing in terms of on-demand manufacturing – and eventually in-home manufacturing. While the technology is only in its infancy, even low-cost printers have proven that if you’ve got enough time and patience that you can actually render fairly complex objects on your desktop.

DIY Flight Simulator: to Infinity and Beyond!

DIY Flight Simulator: to Infinity and Beyond!
Matt Thomas created this awesome DIY flight simulation rig that is called a Moving Axis AirCraft Simulator, which will tilt and shift just like a regular flight simulator. The only difference is that it was built with only common materials you can find at a hardware store, has no pneumatics, no electric motors, and no hydraulics – and was made by some guy in Kansas.
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