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Once, coffee was simply a source of caffeine for the overtired. then, with the opening of starbucks and other cafés, coffee became the center of a social activity. now, brewing the perfect cup of the stuff has become a fine art, and a startup from new mexico are setting out to make delicious ‘third wave coffee’ accessible to the masses with Perk a 3D printed coffee-machine that uses science to deliver perfect taste at the bush of a button.
The 3D-printed archway to be presented at last week's Made Expo event was developed by Politecnico di Milano's ACTLAB research unit.The project focuses on the construction of an entirely 3D-printed Load-Responsive Shell Structure which is currently in production at Politecnico di Milano. A part of it was presented to Made Expo attendees for the duration of the show.
The Ruiz Brothers, Adafruit contributors, have come out with a new 3D printing project that Apple enthusiasts are sure to enjoy: 3D printed wristbands for the Apple Watch. The tutorial shows makers how they can create their very own DIY wristwatch bands using only a few simple tools, flexible filament, and of course a 3D printer.
Researchers from the University Cork College are experimenting with the structure and texture of 3D printed cheese, with intriguing results.The rise of 3D printed food has allowed culinary-minded people to reshape and reinvent some of their favorite edible arrangements. From pizza to cake, 3D printing is increasingly used for artistic and sustainable purposes.
This Cura 3D guide for beginners shows step-by-step how to use Cura software and to find the right settings for 3D printing.
Torbjørn Ludvigsen, a Swedish maker and RepRap builder, is raising funds to develop the Hangprinter, a suspended 3D printer that uses the walls and ceiling of a room as its “frame.” The unusual 3D printer can be used to print extremely large structures.