Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Lyman Filament Extruder II...
Most low-cost 3D printers use ABS plastic filament as the raw material from which they produce objects. This raw material costs ten times what ABS costs in its more common form: pellets. So Inventables sponsored a contest, with a $40,000 prize, for a low-cost machine that would turn ABS pellets into ABS filament. Hugh Lyman won the contest with his Lyman Filament Extruder II, at right.
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Labels: 3D Printing, Awesome, Invention
Yet Another Reason to Leave Southern California...
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Labels: Big Government, California, Constitution
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Flat UI Toolkit...
Yup, yet another web UI toolkit. This one is for the trendy new “flat UI” – which looks just like the very first UIs I ever saw on a color screen, way back in the early '80s. Everything old is new again...
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Labels: Programming, Software, Tools, UX, Web Applications
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