Hey! Do you love coffee? I know I sure do! Do you love 3D printing? You’re here, so probably! Well so do I!! So I made a coffee lovers group!! I can feel you getting excited, or maybe im jittery from all the coffee...
Any way, join! Post your design! Well have a jolly ol time! https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/coffee-lovers/things
I'd kindly like to ask you to contribute with your time and your opinions to my survey on http://survey.gregor-design.eu/
As part of my research internship, I am working on the subject of the new industrial revolution, third places, digital manufacturing and their effect on our lives, on education, on work, on architecture and their capabilities. to produce social innovation.
In this study, I try to find an answer to the following questions:
Who is the maker?
What are his/hers motives ?
How does he/she see the present and the future?
This movement, is it viable?
Does this have the potential to reshape our society?
THANK YOU very much!!
I made a Dunder Mifflin paper box business card holder... Please let me know what you guys think of it. I printed this on the MPSM and it took about 10 hours total. I think it looks great and would love some constructive feed back!!
Hi, I want to make a full body 3D scanning setup like this one: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1185566. I like this one but it seems to complicated for something that should only need an Arduino Uno or NANO. I already have a motorized lazy susan for a person to go on.
I have looked on Youtube for inspiration and have found motorized camera sliders; but I want limit switches on each side (for peace of mind) and I don't need anything fancy like a pinchwheel encoder or LCD screen, just a single button to make it go up slowly, hit the top limit switch, go back down and hit the lower limit switch. I want the whole thing to be powered by a NEMA 17 stepper motor. I just need someone to code and tell me all of the parts needed. It is basically one axis of a 3D printer, I guess.
So if anyone could help, that would be much appreciated.