ganter on January 28, 2011

The best thing that I get to do is focus the blog-light on our students’ work. Last quaters’ assignment “To model and produce a  mechanism (a device which moves) that is printed on our FDM printer using less than 3 cubic inches of model/build material (49.2 cc)”. A variety of solutions to this homework assignment […]

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admin on January 20, 2011

This has been a crazy week in the lab with lots of exciting things going on.     We are still working on our new Prusa (We blew out our extruder and now we have some strange problem with previously working Gen3 electronics.   It prints beautifully for some period of time and then one of more of […]

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ganter on January 15, 2011

Many developers have been working to take the next step along of the path of “What wee really need” — Better geometry creation software.   Easier to use geometry creation software.   Geometry creation software available on a broader variety of platforms.  There have many really interesting ideas buzzing around.    Thank you for your interest and excitement […]

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ganter on January 10, 2011

While the first week of the New Year is always a busy time, we thought that it would  be the perfect time to build a new Prusa Mendel. What better way to start off the New Year than to have a new Prusa. The first thing that impressed us was the extreme reduction in the […]

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