Category Archives: 3D printing

Generation 7 (not the series)

Last week my pair of Generation 7 ver 1.4 PCBs for my RepStrap project arrived from Germany. They are isolation milled by Markus ‘traumflug’ Hitter on a wooden WolfStrap (or similar) using a “cheap V-bit for some 2¬† Euros” that … Continue reading

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Working from Home

The new cottage industry IT has been said (and will be said many more times) that the 3D printing industry will revolutionise the means of production.¬† This is perhaps a bit misdirected because 3D printing as compared to regular manufacturing¬† … Continue reading

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The new Steam engine

Here is a quote by Jim Pinto Nobody could have predicted the impact of the printing press in 1450, the steam engine in 1750, or the transistor in 1950. It’s impossible to forecast the long-term impact of 3D printing. But … Continue reading

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