I’m a little late to the 3D printing game, but I finally get it. For 0 , the Monoprice Mini Select is a no brainier for anyone who’s curious about 3D printing. It’s an extremely capable machine with a small footprint. Best of all it comes pre-assembled ready to print, right out of the box.
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3d printers have been around for decades but have only gotten media attention in recent years. That being said, every day new creations are being made with the use of a 3d printer. It might sound crazy but in the future it won’t be uncommon to go to a friends house and see a 3d corner in the room next to the computer. I am already making money from 3d printing and I urge anyone who is willing to put in some effort to try and do the same. If more people get involved in this industry, even more money will be made and the world just might become a better place.
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Coin sorter machines are fun, and the last one I printed sucked. I found another on Thingiverse thanks to The JAT.MN, and it’s Eugene Pentland’s model. Let’s give it a try on the Prusa i3 mk2 in Rapunzel silver PLA.
Yes, the thumbnail pays tribute to what everyone THOUGHT the other video was about 🙂
The Coin Sorter V2 model on Thingiverse:
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We have lots of coins at the house, so I thought it was time I 3d printed a coin sorter. I found one on Thingiverse, and printed it twice. Once on the Ultimaker 3 using Colorfabb HT, and once on the Lulzbot TAZ6 using Polymaker Polylite PLA.
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In this video I provide a simple overview of 3D printing! I show how to easily download and print 3D models from the web, how to scan objects for free, and I talk about some limitations of my 3D printer. The printer I show is called the Da Vinci Jr 1.0. You’ll find the amazon link below. Enjoy!
Da Vinci Jr. 9 – http://amzn.to/1MpyuTj
I also show the Microsoft Surface 3 tablet: http://amzn.to/1dVZDRQ
The website to download 3D models: http://www.thingiverse.com/
Here’s the link to the guitar wall mount: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:481198
Here’s the 123D Catch app I talked about in the video: http://www.123dapp.com/catch
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments! Video Rating: / 5
3D Printing of a Christmas Deer based on Thingiverse model: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:571949
An excellent model that prints really well. Only issue was with the left back leg that was hit by the nozzle at 1:15 Luckily this didn’t affect the rest of the printing and resulted in just a small defect. Everything else printed beautifully.
KatJes has themselves the Magic Candy Factory – it’s a 3d printer manufactured by Printrbot that 3d prints CANDY! Delicious gummy candy! In this stream, I test it out and see what all the fuss is about.
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In this talk, Jacob explores how the nascent technology of 3D printing is opening up the “next chapter” of industry and commerce, and how it will ultimately change everyday life as we know it.
Jacob Brown has always been a huge fan of TED talks, and is excited for the opportunity to be onstage. Aside from his full-time occupation as a grade 10 student at UTS, Jacob is an outdoor enthusiast who loves skiing, hiking, cycling, and camping. Jacob is also no stranger to public speaking. At the age of 8 he earned his first pay cheque of 25 dollars, for a delivering a speech prophetically entitled “The Future” at the Royal Canadian Legion Public Speaking Championship. He continues his speaking prowess as a successful member of the UTS DECA and Debating organizations.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx Video Rating: / 5