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DIY 3D Printing and the Makerbot Thing-O-Matic

Do-it-yourself 3D printers create physical objects from mathematical models, with tradeoffs among price, size, resolution, materials, and speed. Ed Nisley will describe how DIY 3D printers work, where they came from, and what's required to convert your ideas into 3D printed reality.

There. Will. Be. Tchotchkes!

If the Lords of Cosmic Jest cooperate, his heavily modified Makerbot Thing-O-Matic 3D printer should produce a few objects during the presentation.

Over the years, Ed Nisley has worked on projects from mainframes to microcontrollers, with analog and RF for flavor. His Above the Ground Plane column appears in Circuit Cellar magazine and 3D printing topics crop up in his Along the G-Code Way column in Digital Machinist magazine.

From 3D model to printed assembly

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