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Kalani Kirk Hausman
Has been folowing the industry since 1986. Co-author of "3D Printing For Dummies".
A user of MakerBot's pre-Stratasys Replicator, Mendel Max, Rostock Max, two 3DR RepRaps, and is currently building an all-metal Tantillus/Ingentis.
Involved in the 3D modeling and printing industry since 2001. Currently in the process of completing a "Kickstarter" project to launch a mobile application that will allow immediate advancement of our industry and provide several tools at a low cost to end users available for Apple and Android.
My son and I have been involved with the industry since late 2009. We organize and run the 3D Printer Village at the New York Maker Faire. We currently have 7 printers in our printer farm. We offer weekend seminars on building printers and have had 100% success with our Prusa i3 Builds.
If any of you have seen the show Community, or the recent Captain America movie, I was in charge of the CG for both of their title sequences. Or if you happen to have kids who watch Sesame Street and you've seen the CG segment Abby's Flying Fairy school, I was in charge of the CG for that, and built nearly all of the characters for the show, and most of the sets.
I'm currently the main developer for BotQueue.com which allows you to control 3D printers from anywhere in the world. You can submit large jobs to an army of printers, and they will churn parts out. I'm also currently working on powder based methods.
I would highly recommend the LulzBot Mini. It seems to hit all of the things that you are looking for.
It's priced at $1350. It is made by the most open source company I have ever met in my entire life. They even use open source...
Hi, my names chris. Im looking to buy my first 3d printer soon and wanted to ask for a little help. in the past year I have picked up a deep passion for what 3d printing is and can become. Im looking to start taking technology/ robotic classes at...
By Michael Molitch-Hou
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By Michael Molitch-Hou
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By Andrew Wheeler
Materials research is vital to those concerned with advancing the capabilities of 3D printing.* Many materials are proprietary, likely causing a number of groups to simultaneously pursue some of the same work to push the...