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Phone-Screen-Driven Ono 3D Printer In Action at Maker Faire New York

There have been questions from the maker community about the viability of the Ono printer, so we set out to see it in action.
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Maker Pro News: An Open Hardware Exposé, Changes at TechShop, and More

There were quite a few announcements in the maker pro space this past week. There are a lot of tech hardware changes too.

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NexD1 Printer Brings Polyjet-Style 3D Printing to Consumers, Adds Conductive Resins

The machine can print multi-layer PCBs, and mix various types of resins, for a fraction of the price of professional models.
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Maker Pro News: Find a 3D Scanner Near You, Save Lives with Product Design, and More

Find the latest news about startups, products, incubators, and innovators.
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Maker Pro News: When Appliances Attack, Maker City Shenzhen, and More

Why you can’t ignore security in your next Internet of Things project. Plus, the pros and cons of Shenzhen’s fast-moving manufacturers and the new Ultimaker 3.
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Review: Updated 3Doodler Brings a Broader Range of Materials and Accessories

A 3doodled submarine makes for some very appropriate fishbowl decor.  Image courtesy of WobbleWorks, Inc.No matter what kind maker you are, practically everyone – from electrical engineers to hardcore crafters – are enchanted by the magical notion of a 3D-printing pen. So, I was delighted when the crowd-funded folk heroes behind the 3Doodler reached out to me to try out their latest offering: the […]

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Prototyping with Living Cells

dsdfvw-3This is the second installment of our series on the state of biohacking. You can read the first installment “Safari in the Biohacking Society” and watch for more articles in the future. Bioprint Is the New Print The greatest bridge between the world of makers and the world of biohackers is […]

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Solidoodle Bows Out of 3D Printing

After various setbacks, Solidoodle is suspending operations. For customers whose orders had not been fulfilled, New Matter is stepping in.
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Rubber Bands and Fishing Line Make a Low-Budget 3D Printer

Jeffrey Kerr (aka Lobo CNC) is on a mission to make the cheapest DIY 3D printer possible. His current design is the Delta-T v0.3 a non-Cartesian 3D printer in the delta style that uses only a handful of easily sourced parts, including: acrylic, aluminu…

Amaze Balls: Casting Hollow Spheres in a Mold

This is a tutorial on how to make a silicone mold of a hollow, spherical form. It is part of a larger project, so I hope the reader will enjoy some background information to put it in context. Project Background I became interested in artificial reef …