Monthly Archives: October 2011
Shapeways is a 3D printing webshop. They offer prints in non-plastic materials such as metals, ceramics, glass, coloured sandstone – but also plastic, of course. The shop is run using professional grade 3D printers, so the results can be expected … Continue reading
So, the EMaker Huxley arrived the other day. This Sunday, my brother and I started putting it together. Building the frame, we encountered some minor issues with the instructions (pieces not listed in the parts list of a step) but … Continue reading
The nice people over at voltaicsystems has published a three part tutorial on solar cells and charging the power (1, 2, 3). Solar powered, wireless systems can really be the future in monitoring and automation systems. Via make.
The Huxley from eMAKER is an improved RepRap design sold as a kit. The company behind the kit, eMAKER, are based in the United Kingdom, and have already got orders for 300 machines after a spectacular launch on the indiegogo … Continue reading