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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Build your own 3d Printer

Check out the 3D printer you can build on a budget and decorate cakes or make solid models. Very amazing

Fab@Home is a website dedicated to making and using fabbers - machines that can make almost anything, right on your desktop. This website provides an open source kit that lets you make your own simple fabber, and use it to print three dimensional objects. You can download and print various items, try out new materials, or upload and share your own projects. Advanced users can modify and improve the fabber itself


link Open-source Replicator? Home-built 3-D Printer Could Launch A Revolution, Engineers Say


Allan said...

Wow absolutely love this - shame I'm not really any good at building electronics.

I saw one of these at university about 5 years ago where they had a 180 degree screen so people could visualise building designs then print out models of their designs using a similar printer.

Anonymous said...

This comment is to say thanks, i dont comment usually, but when i do it's constantly for some thing really great.

3D-Freak said...

thanks Mr anonymous for your comment :)

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