2-Dominic-Muren-Part-1 – Dorkbot Seattle Feb 3, 2010 from christopher prosser on Vimeo.
3-Dominic-Part-2 Dorkbot Seattle Feb 3, 2010 from christopher prosser on Vimeo.
Dominic Muren is an occassional contributor to the Thingiverse blog and he gave a great presentation on personal manufacturing at the Seattle Dorkbot! This is very much worth the watch! Check it!
I just barely made it in time to hear this talk in person. It was Great!
The days of the self replicating android is drawing closer. Soon humanity will be supplanted by silicone based life forms…LOL, just kidding, but all kind of interesting scenarios are starting to lurk in the back of my head, especially given that I had a lot of doses of sci-fi as a youngster.
[...] Personal manufacturing technologies will profoundly impact how we design, make, transport, and consume physical products. As [...]
[...] Small scale automated manufacturing like the MakerBot and RepRap have already been made possible with this open prototyping platform, and larger scale projects are beginning to take shape including this table sized laser-cutter. “Personal manufacturing” is what this revolution is being coined, and is explained in lengthy detail here, by Dominic Muren. [...]
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No Christmas without our favourite rodent. printed in PLA in 6 minutes.
PS. you have to flip the object 90 degrees so it lays down.