Trefle 3D printerPaul Bristow
The Treffe 3D printer is a Makerbot X2. Machine Status: Working (more…)
Primula 3D printerPaul Bristow
The Primula 3D printer is a modified open source iTopie design with a diamond head triple mixing extruder for providing full-colour FDM printing. Machine Status: Needs Z axis calibration (more…)
Forget-me-not 3D printerPaul Bristow
The Forget-me-not 3D printer is a robust, solid Printrbot Simple Metal with heated bed, extended X axis and an Octoprint-based Raspberry Pi controller. Machine Status: Working (more…)
Pangloss is participating in the Salon des AssociationsPaul Bristow
We will be at the Salon des Associations at the COSEC in Ferney-Voltaire on Sunday, September 6, 2015 from 13h to 17h, to present our activities, including our initiation to robotics, 3D printing, and a presentation of the activities and upcoming events in our new creative space in Ferney-Voltaire. This is a great chance to come and meet local associations and stop by our booth.
Off the 3-D Printer, Practice Parts for the SurgeonCharlie Sellers
The New York Times reports on how surgeons are just learning to use new digital fabrication tools to create models, so that they can first practice delicate procedures: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/27/science/off-the-3-d-printer-practice-parts-for-the-surgeon.html Where will the doctors (and engineers and educators and artists and architects...) of the future get their first experiences with such cutting edge tools and approaches? Fablabs are an ideal training ground for students, and a great place for entrepreneurs to test their ideas.