Tag Archives: 3D printing

I 3D Printed A Serenity Model

I was playing around with the 3D printer and decided to make a model of Serenity from the cult-classic Fox series Firefly. Browncoats forever! Please like, share, and subscribe!

She’s Alive! She’s Alive!

This is how I feel when a 3D print comes out correctly.

(Mis)Adventures in 3D Printing, Experiment 2: A Toilet Tree Ornament

IF YOU WANT YOUR OWN 2016 TOILET ORNAMENT, LEAVE A COMMENT! IF THERE IS ENOUGH INTEREST, I’LL MAKE A BATCH AND SELL THEM ON ETSY OR SOMETHING.

Forget everything I said about Fry’s versus Micro Center in the last video. I take it all back. Micro Center, hands-down, is forever the first place I go for anything computer-related. Fry’s still has lots of great test equipment and components and other stuff like that, though.

For this experiment, I picked what I thought was an interesting and more complex model from Thingiverse–a toilet. I printed it, and played around with finishing it to see what kind of results I could get.

(Mis)Adventures In 3D Printing: Getting Started

As promised, Atari begins his journey into 3D printing by trying to figure out how the original ROBO3D R1 works. After a few choice words and a trip to Fry’s Electronics, he finally manages to make a simple print!

A Little 3-D Printer on the ISS Is a Huge Step for Space Exploration

On March 22, NASA will launch a 3-D printer to the ISS, ushering in the first off-world manufacturing facility.

Source: A Little 3-D Printer on the ISS Is a Huge Step for Space Exploration | WIRED

In 3-D Printing Case, “Code Is Speech” Faces New Challenges

This will be interesting to watch.

EFF has filed a brief in Defense Distributed v. Department of State, a case that could push forward recognition for the hard fought principle that publishing computer files that communicate information, even in an esoteric format, is speech protected by the First Amendment.

Source: In 3-D Printing Case, “Code Is Speech” Faces New Challenges | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Lockpickers 3-D Print TSA Master Luggage Keys From Leaked Photos

Not to mention a lesson in why building an entire trusted industry based on a handful of “secret keys” is simply bad operational security.

Another lesson in why you should never show pictures of sensitive keys on the Internet.

Source: Lockpickers 3-D Print TSA Master Luggage Keys From Leaked Photos | WIRED