1. DIY 3D-Drucker Testlauf / low budget 3D printer test run Reprap


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    • Pico Machining Step 2


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      • Timelapse 3D print Vase


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        Impresión 3D de un objeto extraido de Thingiverse. Modelo: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18672 Music by bartlebeats: http://soundcloud.com/bartlebeats Suscríbete: http://www.youtube.com/user/FabricacionDigitalCo Conócenos: http://www.fabricacion-digital.com/

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        • Test Print on Prusa i3 Rework


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          Reprap Prusa i3 Rework First Print

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          • Made In the Neighbourhood (ft. a clothing printer, OpenKnit)


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            Presently, production outsourcing has become the norm: mass fabrication of goods at low costs improves corporate profit margins but pushes precarious labour conditions due to a race to the bottom in competing developing markets. Production entails long and precise processes before those goods reach our hands, many of which are pervasive in our daily life, and frequently in intimate contact with us, such as textiles. In such a context the market price we pay for goods has not absorbed the externalities created, thus we end up paying far less for them than the real impact they have in society and the environment. OpenKnit offers an alternative landscape to this production model. It’s an open-source, low cost (under 550€), digital fabrication tool that affords the user the opportunity to create his own bespoke clothing from digital files. Starting from the raw material, the yarn, and straight to its end use, a sweater for example, in about an hour. Designing and producing clothes digitally and wearing them can now happen in the very same place, rewarding the user with the ability to make decisions regarding creativity and responsibility. In order to increase accessibility to this new tool, a step by step assembly manual is published while the software Knitic allows you to design your customized clothes easily and feed them into the printer, just a few clicks away. Do KnIt Yourself, acts as an open-source clothing platform, a virtual wardrobe that allows users to share clothes, not only with those near you. Deeply inspired by the RepRap project, OpenKnit is an ongoing project that waits to evolve organically with/for the community. There’s a long and exciting way full of possibilities to be developed, I can think about many of them, but happily some are still unknown. Join the project http://openknit.org/ Animation that shows how an OpenKnit machine works, by Sergi Rubio & Estel Roman https://vimeo.com/86889648 Knitic by Mar Canet and Varvara Guljajeva. http://www.knitic.com/ Do KnIt Yourself by Takahiro Yamaguchi. http://doknityourself.com/ Music by Cayucas, Cayuco from their album Bigfoot. https://cayucas.com

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            • Process


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              This is a reel of the processes i've had to teach myself to make my upcoming stop motion short: Skywhale, which utilizes 3d sculpted and printed replacement faces for expression.

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              • RepRap printing example


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                • Repairing my 3d printer Pt 1 The old controler


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                  My printer is a http://reprap.org/wiki/Prusa_Mendel I got my printer from http://www.3dstuffmaker.com/ New controller from http://www.ultimachine.com/ Old controller is http://reprap.org/wiki/Generation_6_Electronics However did not come from http://mendel-parts.com/ the people who designed the Gen 6 The new board is a http://reprap.org/wiki/Rambo

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                  • 3D Printing Lithophane - Experimentation with Black PLA


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                    Experimental printing of 3D Lithphanes in black PLA. Printed on a MendelMax 2.0 using MatterHackers Black Pro PLA Printing Speeds: 50mm/s Perimeters 70mm/s Infill @ 100% Rectilinear Layer Height: .2mm

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                    • El Objeto de la Ausencia


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                      El Colectivo Trafico Libre de Conocimientos (TLC) propone la creacion de una cooperativa basada en las políticas del código libre, cuyo objetivo será la investigación de la tecnología 3D y su relación con el arte, el diseño, y la arquitectura. Como primera acción realizaremos un ejercicio escultórico basado en la relación de la ausencia y el habitar. Modelaremos el vacío junto con un grupo de personas, quienes, a través de sus manos, narrarán sus experienciascon el exilio, la autoconstrucción, la invasión y la falta de vivienda propia, entre otras. La captura de movimiento producido por las manos se traducirá en información que será materializada por medio de una impresora 3D.

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