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  1. Hello, A quick and friendly notification that we've just launched the fourth episode of the Talking Additive podcast today. In it we examine the adoption of 3D printing in education. We speak with Tim Pula from Spark!Lab at the Smithsonian, Melodie Yashar from SEAarch+, and Glenn Walters from UNC Chapel Hill. Interested? You can listen to the full episode for free here! Have a great day!
  2. Hi there ! I'm looking for any sort of courses in 3D printers. Can any one help ? Thanks Jasmine
  3. Hi there- I'm doing some broad research into Maker Communities, Hackerspaces and Viewpoints Around the phrase: "Anyone can be a Maker". If you have fifteen minutes, I'd greatly appreciate if you could fill out my survey and pass it around to any Maker communities you're in! I feel this is reasonably relevant as 3D Printing is, to some degree, intrinsic to the history and growth of the "maker" movement. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated! You can find the survey at the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-HEuqXrQjHLXu5CZAcjtAykSyc2H4K7-GcmLVyrIKP
  4. For the last 13 years I have worked with the artist Tom Otterness. With Tom and his crew of assistants, I have developed a method of digitizing and enlarging his hand made maquettes, using Rhino to create armatures to hand build full scale patterns for casting, and to design elements for fabrication to meet the hand made features. You may see examples of his work made with this process at Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar, and soon at the Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania. I have been amazed at the accessibility and affordability of photogrammetry software to d
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