Pretty cool and also quite expensive thing They were Amir has created since. The idea is of course very easily seen through, But as the baby because his arm through the area swings, is very, very funny…
Hereinafter Making-Of-Video shows Amir, that really Elaborate probably been photographing the backgrounds.
The possibilities, provides 3D printing, seem limitless. A team students of TU Delft has now brought a fully functional bicycle from the 3D printer. The special thing about it is, the frame of the Bikes is made of stainless steel. Thus, the team wanted to prove, that this material is suitable for use in the 3D printer. As a Making-Of-Video shows, breaking the bike in no way under the weight of people together. On the contrary, it does not even have problems with cobblestones in downtown. Here, the bike weighs less than 20 Kilogram. Technical assistance received by the students MX3D, a startup based in Amsterdam, specializing in multi-axis 3D printing. Therefore, the company has developed robotic arms, that function as printer. So they can just middle of the room Print and need no other equipment.
3D printing has exploded in popularity in the last decade but for those wanting to print medium to large scale objects, there are still significant limitations in the technology, ” explains team member Harry Anderson – industrial design student at RMIT university, Melbourne. “This method of 3d printing makes it possible to produce medium to large scale Metal objects with almost total form freedom.
An ordinary Rubik's Cube consists of 3×3 fields. Youtuber corenpuzzle that was not enough and he has tinkered a Rubik's Cube by 3D printers, of 22×22 Fields is large and made of 2691 Share is…
cosplayer Julian Checkley has this absolutely magnificent Arkham Origins Batman-made suit and I must say, that is probably the best Batman costume outfit I've ever seen and the photographs of Kamil Krawczak make the performance perfect! The whole outfit was the way with the 3D printer Kevin Force printed, painted and assembled in the course of about one month.
YouTube user has just Hogwit 14 Sekunden langen Film veröffentlicht, showing a flying flying platforms with mounted thereon gun, die in einem Waldstück aus niedriger Höhe mehrere Schüsse abgibt. Das Fluggerät fängt den Rückstoss der Schüsse dabei erstaunlich gut ab und scheint zu keinem Zeitpunkt in einen unkontrollierten Flugzustand zu geraten. Beängstigend und Werk eines 18-jährigen.
A semi-automatic pistol on board a Quadkopters? According to the brief description of the Video auf YouTube handelt es sich um einen selbstgebauten Kopter mit einer Länge von rund 66 Centimeters (26 Customs) „von der Mündung bis zum Schwanz“. When the weapon it should be a semi-automatic pistol. More details are to learn. Im YouTube-Kanal von Hogwit ist ansonsten nichts Spektakuläres zu finden, except an incident, bei welchem Hogwit offenbar von einer Passantin körperlich attackiert wird, the accused, to have filmed with his copter secretly people on the beach. This incident and the subsequent trial, in which the attacker was sentenced, war dem Nachrichtendienst Forbes seinerzeit mehrere ausführliche Meldungen wert. Damit dürfte klar sein, Who is behind the pseudonym Hogwit: Der heute 18-jährige US-Amerikaner Austin Haughwout, a teenager, who likes to play with his camera copter and harmless Movies rotates.
Umso mehr fällt der Videoschnipsel mit dem Schiesskopter aus dem Rahmen. It's difficult to say, ob der Film echt ist oder eine Fälschung. It is also strange, that is subject to the shooting video of Note, one should in „License issues“ an break.com wenden – eine Webseite, which specializes in the viral distribution of videos on the net. Das spricht weder für noch gegen seine Echtheit. If it should, however, be really genuine, ist zu befürchten, that Austin Haughwout his innocence Lost hat und mit Hilfe seiner offensichtlich ausgeprägten technischen Fähigkeiten seinen Flugmodellpark aufrüstet. Eine beängstigende Entwicklung.
The booming international Maker movement is not just hobbyists, Künstlern und Weltverbesserern – auch krypto-anarchistische Gruppen zählen sich dazu. They want to abolish state power monopoly, unter anderem auf dem Weg über technische Mittel wie billige 3D-Drucker und CNC-Fräsen. So spread about the US group „Defense Distributed“ in the name of this ideology Tools, Open-Source-Druckvorlagen und Bauanleitungen für Eigenbau-Schusswaffen ohne staatliche Kontrolle. In den USA ist der Bau einer solchen Waffe unter gewissen Umständen legal – in unseren Breiten hingegen ist die Herstellung jedes einzelnen wesentlichen Teils einer Waffe verboten, sofern man nicht über eine „Weapons manufacturing license“ has. Die besitzen beispielweise professionelle Büchsenmacher.
The French design studio Appropriate Audiences has a MakerBot 3D printers rebuilt in a precise tattoo. Is printed with up to 150 Pinholes per second, the printer follows the contours of the body parts. Fascinating, yet I have to somehow „In the Penal Colony“ think of Kafka. well…
Now everyone has their own Wolverine like claws build thanks to the Wearable Muscle sensor platform. The project is located on Kickstarter, but already fully funded. The tutorial to own claws to build on Find Makezine. In order to serve the bearing claws, you should allow some time for their assembly. Many of the parts must be printed using a 3D printer, the data it can Downloaded GitHub will. Moreover, some electronics is required, make it work, not only off by simply tensing the muscles, the claws, but also retract again.
Our tutorial will teach you to build bionic claws using our fourth-generation muscle sensor, the MyoWare. Simply flex your forearm muscle and *SNIKT*, a fraction of a second later the 4 inch claws extend out. Relax your forearm to retract the claws. We’ve even added a muscle-activated locking mechanism in case you want the claws to stay out without keeping your muscle flexed.
This cartoon has 521 Nails from the 3D printer as a leading actor…
Pierre Paslier, Oluwaseyi Sosanya and Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez had a very cool idea. The three have a stamp for bicycles tinkered, where the letters come from the 3D printer, then tied with cable ties to the back wheel and powered by an ink pad with color. Who something wants to build itself, this can be based this guide. Have fun „stamp“ Driving…
“Revolution” turns your bike wheel into a rolling stamp. The stamps are 3D printed letters to clip on your wheel with a cable tie. Push the inking roll against the wheel to ink the letters and leave your message on the pavement. You can easily customize and 3D print all the parts you need.
Diese schönen Fibonacci-Zoetrope sculptures has brought from his 3D printer John Edmark and who has a 3D printer at hand, takes on Instructables the instructions.
These are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. The placement of the appendages is determined by the same method nature uses in pinecones and sunflowers. The rotation speed is synchronized to the strobe so that one flash occurs every time the sculpture turns 137.5º—the golden angle. If you count the number of spirals on any of these sculptures you will find that they are always Fibonacci numbers.
For this Video, rather than using a strobe, the camera was set to a very short shutter speed (1/4000 sec) in order to freeze the spinning sculpture.
Gegen diesen T-Rex Duschkopf aus dem 3D-Drucker sehen alle Sanitärabteilungen sämtlicher Baumärkte ziemlich alt aus.
JM Schwartz’s 3D printable T-Rex shower head is just about the best thing I’ve seen all week. It’s a Mashup of a T-Rex skull produced by Makerbot Academy and Schwartz’s own shower-head design.
The paper airplane specialist Dieter crown hat ein Gerät im Maschinenpistolen-Format gebaut, folds the paper to airmen and shoots. To build its paper airplane submachine gun crown has used inter alia the inner workings of a cordless screwdriver, Most items come but from the 3D printer. Nun haben wir doch endlich ein zwingendes Argument für die Anschaffung eines 3D-Druckers. We already knew always, dass 3D-Drucker die Welt verändern werden…
Photographer Jonas Ginter was looking for a camera trick, the photo-art „sphärisches Panorama“ calls, in which the object moves as on a small planet, but Ginter wanted to implement this as a film effect. Nach Jahren des Tüftelns waren es 6 GoPro Cam and a homemade bracket out of the 3D printer, die den Planeten-Effekt möglich machten…