3D Printers at the Library

You can’t afford your own 3D printer, or are too timid to jump into the hardware to build one from a kit. You don’t want


What is it? It stands for  Cornell University’s Kinematic Models for Design Digital Library. A recent post at the Steampunk Workshop pointed out this interesting


Zapped by ZapFab!

A tipster put us onto a new 3D print service: ZapFab. This Manchester, UK-based business is a bit different than your run-of-the-mill “send us your

3D Scanner from NextEngine

We’ve discussed the idea of having large libraries of 3D models in the future, so that we can quickly print out any required object. But

Not Quite a 3D Library

Over at the Adobe Design Center Think Tank, Allan Chochinov posts an interesting analysis of “fictional products” from the design point of view. Fictional products

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