Let's Make Robots!
Its LARPing Laser Tag melee madness. Annihilate your friends!
For the past few months I've been working all hours in my lair building this game. If I haven't been around much, this is the why. I just launched this project on … Read more
navigates environments based on plant derived data
Tenax Mundus, is the tenacious treaded prototype plantoid ready to conquer wild territories such as mildly cluttered carpet, and courageously... err safely avoid … Read more

PLA 3D Printer Filament.

Hey all,

Long time no see. I've been on an adventure starting my own business, Citizen Scientific Workshop. We've just got some air in our wings with new products and such, and one of them is PLA 3D Printer Filament. If you visit my site, you can see all of the pretty colors

http://www.citizenscientificworkshop.com/product-category/3d-printer-filament/

Skitters around, loves and/or hates its own kind, communicates via light.
Using a
HiveBugs are a beginner's robot that I have been developing in order to be able to introduce people to recycling, soldering with a low obligation to the task, … Read more
Uses data based on the condition of a plant in a terraruim ecosystem to explore and react to the outer world.
Preserves and propogates life, tries not to run into or fall off of anything.
Using a
With all of the excitement and success of the latest rover on Mars, I got to thinking about experiments in robotics preserving, transporting, and protecting life on … Read more
"We don't know if they are hostile, or simply unaware of us."               Read more

Rostock Build Blog.

 

For years there have been many great versions of DIY desktop manufacturing tools, and one of the most fun to build (and watch while it prints) is the Rostock 3D printer, which uses delta kinematics to equate its motion. 

Getting Started with 3D Printing

LMR is a great place to work together, learn and build. When you put cool new tools and tech in the hands of the community here, we can make awesome new things! When I first started wanting to build a 3D printer in 2009, there honestly wasn't much documentation out there to learn from  like today, and lots of my questions were left to the Great Google. Here is an attempt to at least collect some info for those starting on the 3D printing path...