SA aircraft project making good use of 3D printing

November 14, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

Additive layer making, better known as 3D printing, is playing an essential part in the Ahrlac armed reconnaissance and light aircraft endeavor of South Africa’s. “3D printing suits aviation manufacturing very well,” he described. “In basic, aviation making isn’t so high volume, but the components are extremely intricate. Complicated parts …Read More

Expert Makers teach Caldwell students about 3d Printing

November 5, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

“Making ” matters is a thing that might be passed down through generations. Lately, members of the Montclair-based “maker” community HackNCraftNJ paid a visit to Trinity Academy in Caldwell, teaching local students about 3D layout and printing. Visiting with HackNCraftNJ members included Montclair resident Frank Gibbons, Jon Bonesteel and Paul …Read More

ACT 36th Annual Meeting – American College of Toxicology

November 2, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

Occasion Summary: With the mission to teach, lead, and serve professionals in toxicology and related subjects by encouraging the exchange of information and perspectives on applied toxicology and safety evaluation, the American College of Toxicologists provides numerous opportunities for members and nonmembers to participate in continuing professional education. Exhibitor Tips: …Read More

3D Print a Motorized Star Wars AT-AT

October 28, 2015 Kimberly Reed 0

Maker Dan Olson posted this awesome project to Thingiverse yesterday. It’s a very impressive 3D printable AT-AT walking machine. This is a walking model of an AT-AT from the Star Wars films. It is powered by a 9V battery, a 90 rpm motor, and a switch. Everything else is 3d …Read More