For those of you who have never jumped a power supply the article below is written for you. For those of you who have, just use the images for reference. The two wires that will produce voltage are green and purple. Depending on where the circuit is jumped you can get the power […]
Unfold.be (founded by Claire Warnier and Dries Verbruggen) is a high tech and high style design firm in Antwerpen. They are not new to 3D printing (and in fact we’ve written about them several times). They share our passion for “frostruding” or in their case 3DP clay-extrusion. Over the past year they have been […]
One of our WOOF team (Tyler Habowski) took the first couple of prints with his brand new, freshly finished aluminum “ultimaker” style FFM printer. The first test prints were Amazing!!! Well done!!! Here’s a little more detail on this PLA print (not bad for a first real print!).
Maker Faire Seattle was a really busy place. We had to wait for a clear spot in the crowd to shoot a couple of pictures of our WOOF crew in action. They were showing off their extruder for recycled milk jugs. They were Frostruding in creamy chocolate on graham crackers. They were […]
Here’s a Grawmet build out of mostly cast polyurethane parts with the collapsible carriage in the print-ready position. How’s it print? Well most of the team seems to be rather impressed with the print quality out of 1.75 mm ABS. Here’s a Thingiverse turtle key chain to give an indication of print quality.
What is a Grawmet? Open3DP with the Solheim AM lab and the new WOOF student group will be showing off a fun new 3D printer at Seattle Maker Faire (June 2nd & 3rd) called a Grawmet! We all stand on the shoulders of those that came before us in the open AM world. Starting […]