More than Chocolate! Cornell's Fab@Home

3D Printer Users

Our first encounter with the idea that one could actually own a 3D fabricator for under $10K was when we stumbled across the Fab@Home project''s web site. Dan Periard''s Flashlight The gallery of images of the things being made with the Fab@Home fabricator is a lot of fun to visit.

Will Fab@Home Succeed?

Wohlers Talk

Fab@Home has been receiving a lot of attention lately. Fab@Home is an open source 3D printer development at Cornell University. With the attention that Fab@Home has been getting, the guys at Cornell could popularize the term. What is it? Hod Lipson, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Evan Malone, a PhD candidate in Lipsons Computational Synthesis Lab, are working together on the project.

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Interview: Chris Palmer aka Nop Head on the RepRap 10th Anniversary

3D Printing Industry

3D Printers Chris Palmer Fab@home Nop Head RepRap Anniversary RepRapis10To mark the 10th Anniversary of RepRap, 3D Printing Industry is interviewing early pioneers from the RepRap project and others who continue to share their work through Open Source licenses. Chris Palmer, aka Nop Head, was one of those early pioneers and helped many RepRap builders by supplying the 3D printed components necessary to construct […].

Interview: Richard Horne aka RichRap on the 10th Anniversary of RepRap

3D Printing Industry

Open source Adafruit bcn3d E3D Fab@home Lulzbot Masterspool open source Prusa Research RepRap RepRep Anniversary Richard Horne RichRapOur series on the 10th anniversary of the RepRap project continues with insights from Richard Horne. Richard Horne is probably better known by his online handle, RichRap. Through his blog, social media and as the co-author of ‘3D Printing for Dummies’, Richard Horne continues to succeed in his aim, “to help others build technology and […].

Aposema: 3D Printed Soft Robotics Masks

3DPrint.com

3D Design 3D Printing Robotics 3d printed mask 3d printed masks Adi Meyer Aposema Evan Malone FAB@Home hod lipson instructables mask silicone Silvia Rueda Sirou Peng soft roboticsSoft robotics is a new area for many people. The idea of making soft robots out of soft parts could potentially bring about an entirely new way of constructing robots. Rather than having a rigid. View the entire article via our website.

What Do We Need for Production Scale 3D Printing? Amateur Hour is Over.

3DPrint.com

Featured Stories 3d design software 3D printing adhesion 3d printing for production 3d printing materials 3D printing post processing 3d printing quality 3d printing software 3d printing speed 3DSIM AI BUILD artificial intelligence Cura Editorial FAB@Home large-scale 3d printing Materialise Magics opinion optimization post processing process improvement Razr Simplify3D simulation

RepRap: Blog: A new approach to printing metals

RepRap Blog

Fab@home, Ed Sells and myself have all tried it previously with very limited success. RepRap: Blog. Blog for the RepRap project at www.reprap.org - a project to create an open-source self-copying 3D printer. Friday, June 24, 2011. A new approach to printing metals.

Fab At Home

RepRap Blog

We''ve just had a request from the Fab@Home people to blog the fact that they have redone their website and are launching their version 2. Happy to - details are here. Fab at home

World’s 1st 3D Food Printing Conference Launches April 21

3D Printing Industry

Food printing pioneer, Jeffrey Lipton, one of individuals behind the Fab@Home 3D printer, will be there to discuss his company, Seraph Robotics, and his research in the field. By Michael Molitch-Hou. Some may be excited for 3D Print Week, hitting New York City next week, but something even more savory will be taking place in the Netherlands on April 21: the 3D Food Printing Conference.

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Just Be Patient. 3D Printing Will Eventually Make it Possible

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

As I poured through the emails to see which ones I was willing to send off to oblivion, I ran across this one to Evan Malone, one of the pioneers of personal desktop 3D printing and a founder of the Fab@home project. A friend referred me to your web site regarding the Fab@Home project.

Bloggers helping Bloggers

3D Printer Users

and, turned up some excellent resources for learning more about Cornell''s Fab@Home and Desktop Factories view of the future. One of the great things about Blogging is being introduced to other Bloggers having similar interests. An email arrived today from Michael Berman, the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Pasadena''s Art Center College of Design. He was letting us know that he was linking to one of our articles from his blog. Visiting his blog was a real treat.

Open-source 3D Printers

Wohlers Talk

Cornell University, with its Fab@Home project, was one of the first to develop an open-source 3D printer. Its possible to obtain the plans from the Fab@Home website and build a machine on your own. The Fab@Home system is the most versatile for experimentation, but the lower cost of the RepRap development makes it attractive for even the smallest organization or individual.

3D Systems Buys The Sugar Lab

Tales of a 3D Printer

And Hod Lipson and Evan Malone of the Cornell University Computational Synthesis Laboratory, was dabbling in food with the Fab@Home project since 2006. Big companies like acquiring smaller companies and the biggest players in the 3D printing field are 3D Systems and Stratasys.

Cornell is Cooking up Some Cool 3D Printers!

Tales of a 3D Printer

In this awesome video, researchers Hod Lipson and Jeffrey Lipton, from Cornell University, discuss some of the ideas that have come out of Fab@Home project. They explain how food materials such as frostings were used first as support material but then quickly went to prime time. After people''s first taste (pun intended) of food printing, the experimentation quickly escalated. First up? Hydrocolloids - the same material used in the 3D printing of living tissues !

3D Printing is Coming Your Way!

3D Printer Users

Among the Build-It-Yourself candidates are the Fab@Home project ( www.fabathome.com ), RepRap ( [link] ). Make no mistake about it. 3D printing is on the way to our desktops.

Paste extruder motor test

RepRap Blog

I came up with some rough prototypes and pitted Fab@Home''s non-captive stepper from Haydon (left) against our old favourite, the Solarbotic GM3 servo (right). I wanted to find out which motor lends itself best to a paste extruder design.

Hershey and 3D Printing. A Bit of Heaven on Earth

Cubify 3D Printing Fans & Fun

Noy Schaal was a high school student in 2006 when she modified a FAB@Home RepRap machine and created, as far as I know, the very first 3D printed chocolate candies which she presented at the Kentucky state science fair. It''s been many, many years ago.

Moving towards production

RepRap Blog

Ages ago Zach defined an XML multi-part file format for RepRap (and Fab@Home) that should be pretty easy to implement that would allow one to store a whole tray of parts like this in a single file.

Multimode Host Software

RepRap Blog

This is the format that Zach proposed along with the Fab@Home guys for multiple-material builds (see [link] ). I have been working on the Java RepRap host software.

Best of the RepRap Wiki 3/11/11

RepRap Blog

Go over there and check out their 4 Mendels, 1 Huxley, and 1 Fab@Home. The RepRap Wiki is a great tool to host your project, but for too long we have allowed some of these great updates to the Wiki to go unsung. From here forward I will be doing a weekly recap of the new content of interest to me in the wiki.

RepRap: Blog: Best of the RepRap Wiki 3/11/11

RepRap Blog

Go over there and check out their 4 Mendels, 1 Huxley, and 1 Fab@Home. RepRap: Blog. Blog for the RepRap project at www.reprap.org - a project to create an open-source self-copying 3D printer. Friday, March 11, 2011. Best of the RepRap Wiki 3/11/11.

Announcing MakerBot Industries

RepRap Blog

We borrowed some of the best ideas from a few of the other open source 3D printer designs: a lasercut box from Fab@Home, electronics, software, and extruder designs from RepRap and combined them into something that is uniquely ours. If you''ve been wondering why I''ve been so quiet lately, then wonder no more! For the past couple of months, I''ve been working on getting a RepRap based company off the ground with the help of my friends Bre Pettis and Adam Mayer.

Universal Paste extruder - Ceramic, Food and Real Chocolate 3D Printing.

RichRap

Various paste extruders existed for RepRap, Makerbot and Fab@Home and both peristaltic pumps and moineau pumps were being experimented for paste extrusions, I looked at some of these, but went a different route.