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    In this episode of Tech This Out! • High-tech meets with DIY at the NYC Maker Faire featuring: John Schimmel Adjunct Professor NYU Dale Dougherty Creator Maker Faire Rick Sleutaris Jen Abrams Benjamin Hylak Bridgette Hylak • Something from nothing with 3D printing-- no glasses required featuring: Matt Griffin Marketing & Events Makerbot Rajeev Kulkarni VP, General Manager, Consumer Solutions 3D Systems • Hacking into healthcare with a grassroots revolution featuring: Jose Gomez-Marquez Program Director, Innovations In International Health MIT • An old-school carousel with a new-age spin featuring: Paul Marcum Director, Global Digital Marketing & Programming GE Produced & Lensed By: [ r2:studios ]

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    • A Conversation About 3D Printing: ClearVision Optical's Vision Expo West 2013 Event


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      One of the first optical companies to openly discuss its implementation of 3D printing in the eyewear production process, ClearVision president David Friedfeld speaks with Bruce Bradshaw, Stratasys Director of Marketing, at a special event held at Vision Expo West 2013. Joining them are Herschel Kaufman, ClearVision's Manager of IT, and Frank Giammanco, President/CEO of First Vision Media Group, Inc.

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      • A Cup of Coffee


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        One of my tasks as the Photographer | Cinematographer at www.c4dlab.ac.ke is to produce content for the lab's projects. I recently worked on showing how the MakerBot can be used in a domestic setting, incorporating time-lapse and stop motion. " MakerBot Replicator 2, is a type of a three dimensional (3D) printer. What it does can only be estimated. Here is a demo of one of the many ways the MakerBot can be used. " Read more about C4DLab and MakerBot here: http://www.c4dlab.ac.ke/2014/06/2213/

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        • Adjustable Extruder Drive Block Upgrade for Replicator 2X


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          Full instructions at http://bit.ly/1eaYi3p

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          • Alex Peake on Strong Intelligence Amplification: Autocatalytic AI IA Symbiosis At H+


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            Alex Peake of Primer Labs speaks at Humanity+@Caltech about Autocalytic AI/IA Symbiosis: What happens when learning games make all knowledge playable and trigger a 3dfx-like intelligence explosion? What happens when we make machines that make us make them to make us them? When we merge with our method of making new minds, who will we become and who will we love? http://www.primerlabs.com http://www.humanityplus.org

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            • Alien Roller Coaster in Action


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              This video shows the balls rolling freely inside this 3D printed thing. The design maybe downloaded from Thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:154607

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              • Alien Test Build


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                My first 3D Printed Prototype!! Made on a MAKERBOT REPLICATOR with DC analog motors from SERVOCITY and also there are slip ring assembles from ADAFRUIT.COM !!! Check it out! Printed out by Paul at R3 Printing out of New York. My email is thegraphicguy@live.com

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                • Anabella


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                  Impresión de la palabra "Anabella" con la thing-o-matic.

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                  • Anisotropic Formations


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                    an· i· so· tro· py : the property of being directionally dependent, as opposed to isotropy, which implies identical properties in all directions. Anisotropic Formations project is a proto-architectural project that mixes robotics with vector-based 3-D printing. Taking inspiration from 3-D printed fashion, composite sail manufacturing and experimental application of industrial robotics, the project takes the anisotropic approach as both an aesthetic and a fabrication logic. There was also an interest in precise processes and imprecise results that would be allowed to occur due to material behaviors. Plastic extrusion was done in 3d space, forming fibrous geometries with extruded lines of plastic—as opposed to 2-dimensional layers. A flexible scaffold/mandrel was developed to serve as support structure for plastic extrusion paths. A custom extruder tool was built for depositing Polycaprolactone plastic (a low temperature reformable polymer). The first layer of extruded pattern would become a meta-scaffold that would be further transformed by the robot arms and extruded over with another pattern. Vector patterns were not 3-D modeled in a conventional sense but were generated from numeric programming of robot joint coordinates and rotation sequences. The goal was not to faithfully fabricate a predetermined digital geometry but rather to “prototype” geometry in physical space using machine procedures and material properties as generative agents. Starting from a point of total control (precise extrusion of a diagrid) we proceeded to tweak speeds, rotation sequences and temperatures to tease out new and unexpected results from the material. The result was a series of objects that demonstrated levels of control and also material agency. Anisotropic Formations_SCI-Arc 13FA_Testa ESTm Vertical Studio Team: Salvador Cortez / Cheng Lu / Avra Tomara / Nikita Troufanov Instructor: Peter Testa
 Robot Lab Coordinator: Jake Newsum

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                    • Anne-Marie Mazza, Introducing 3D Printing Standards


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                      August 4, 2014: Anne-Marie Mazza of The National Academies, speaks to the disruptive potential of 3D printing and thus the need to consider implications for society and standards. Part of "Manufacturing Success: 3D Printing Standards" held by ACS Science & the Congress on Capitol Hill. #acsscicon

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