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New Raspberry Pi 3 Compute Module announced today!
OXFORD, UK, 16 January, 2017 – RS Components (RS) and Allied Electronics, the trading brands of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), the global distributor for engineers, today announced the latest version of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, based on...
- Posted 3 months ago
Mark One, World’s First Carbon Fiber 3D Printer, announced
An interesting development: the world’s first 3D printer that prints in carbon fiber. Here’s an interesting Oped on Hack a Day: http://hackaday.com/2014/01/29/ask-hackaday-whats-up-with-this-carbon-fiber-printer/ The Mark One printer can print in four different materials, one at a time, which includes...
- Posted 3 years ago
The incredible Peachy Printer: $100, 3D Printer & Scanner with an incredible technology
These guys want to create the first $100 3Dprinter (that actually sports also Scannig features). The project is still in it’s infancy but it’s so cool that was hyper funded on kickstarter. Cool stuff: See how it...
- Posted 4 years ago
A Simple, Low-Cost Conductive Composite Material for 3D Printing of Electronic Sensors
3D printing technology can produce complex objects directly from computer aided digital designs. The technology has traditionally been used by large companies to produce fit and form concept prototypes (‘rapid prototyping’) before production. In recent years however...
- Posted 4 years ago