education

Book Review: 3D Printing 3rd Edition – Christopher Barnatt

January 16, 2017

In April 2014 I reviewed the First Edition of Christopher Barnatts 3D Printing book and in October of the same year I reviewed the Second Edition. The second edition was a major update and now, in early 2017, I’ve just read the third edition which is another major update. This latest edition was released in late […]

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Black Friday Offers – November 2016

November 18, 2016

For this years Black Friday I’m offering great deals on all of my 3D printing products, so you can learn more about this great technology without breaking the bank. I don’t think one day is long enough and I don’t want people to miss out, so I’ll be running this promotion from the 18th to […]

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Amazing Talon X1 3D Printed Drone Kit from Airwolf 3D

August 10, 2016

Most kids get very ecstatic when flying virtual helicopters in their video games. With the Talon X1 Educational Drone Kit, however, kids will have firsthand experience and feel of flying a real quadcopter but best of all – flying their own drone. Airwolf 3D, a 3D printer manufacturer based in Costa Mesa California, has released […]

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First Prototype of RC Land Yacht with Steering

April 3, 2016

In my last 3D Printed RC Land Yacht Blog Post I had only just began doing some research and designing a few parts. My goal since last week has been to have a basic rolling chassis up and running, hopefully with working steering. After staying up until 3am a few times with OpenSCAD I have just about managed it. […]

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Designing and 3D Printing a Radio Controlled Land Yacht

March 30, 2016

Mid way though January I decided that I needed a new 3D printing challenge. Although I’ve always taken on mini challenges, designing and 3D printing some cool stuff, I thought it was time I made myself accountable for a bigger challenge. I chose to build Daniel Norees amazing OpenRC Formula 1 Car which would involve a […]

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Road Testing and Tweaking a 3D Printed Formula 1 Car

February 24, 2016

After I’d managed to break my F1 car the first time I Drove it Outside, I thought it was time to road test the new and improved version again. You may remember from my last article in this series that I’d spun the car at high speed and managed to sheer three axles, completely losing […]

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