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Hack Safely: Fire Safety in the Home Shop

18 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Within the past two months we’ve covered two separate incidents of 3D printing-related fires. One was caused by an ill-advised attempt to smooth a print with acetone heated over an open flame, while the other was investigated by fire officials and found to have been caused by overuse of hairspray to stick prints to the printer bed. Show More Summary

Meet the Last of the Machinists Who Keep the 'New York Times' Running

Printing presses break, a lot. In the first episode of "State of Repair," Motherboard visits the people who fix them.

The Future: New 3-D Printed Titanium Prosthetics

52 minutes agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

Exo Prosthetics is a new company founded by designer William Root that aims to develop much more affordable, 3-D printed titanium prosthetics in a fraction of the time of traditional prosthetics. Plus they make it look like you're from...Show More Summary

This photographer combines digital photography with a 19th century printing process

Even in the digital era, there are still those who shoot film and hand-develop all their photos. On the other hand, there are those who can’t even insert a film into an analog camera, but create stunning photos with a digital one. German...Show More Summary

Print is dead. Long live print.

Roger Fidler is a forefather of digital journalism. In the early 1980s, he wrote and illustrated an essay on the future of news. When Fidler presented his ideas around Knight Ridder, his co-workers sometimes laughed. “It was not quite like Roger had descended from another planet,” a colleague of his once told me, “but he was saying some things that...

The revenge of the real

ust as digital didn't eradicate print, it also failed to kill a lot of other things that were supposed to be obsolete. Here are a few other areas where the world of real things is showing renewed life. The poster child of analog’s recent revenge is also its most improbable. Since its peak as a format for recorded music...

On Ebay: the rare, original "woodgrain" D&D set

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A mere $5,700 (as of current writing) gets you the 1974 first printing of the game that Tactical Studies Rules used to change the world(s). (more…)

Researchers' wobulation technique allows 3-D printing of more sophisticated microstructures

Flow-lithography is a lithographic method for continuously generating polymer microstructures for various applications such as bioassays, drug-delivery, cell carriers, tissue engineering and authentication. A team of researchers in Korea has demonstrated the use of a wobulation technique to enhance the resolution of flow lithography produced nanostructures.

At 50, Foxfire has a new generation of fans

When Foxfire published its first book in 1972, the volume went through three printings and became a New York Times bestseller in just one month. Embraced by the era’s back-to-the-land enthusiasts (not unlike today’s maker movement), Foxfire became a phenomenon, inspiring bestselling books and a Tony-winning play.

20 Inspiring Examples of Tape Art That You Must See

4 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : Noupe

Tape, printed or gaffer tape, double-sided or packing tape – I don`t care as long as it produces such great art. And Tape is a great medium to create linear shapes. So, here are 20 [...]

Stephen Mooallem Named Village Voice Editor

6 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlLA

Mooallem will shepherd the launch of a new digital, print and event platforms called simply Voice.

The days of the drug rep have come to an end

As I sit behind a computer in my office today at the physician’s workstation, I am baffled at the steady flow of pharmaceutical representatives that flow into our office on a daily basis. Each rep comes in with a fancy glossy print detailing the data concerning their particular drug. My office is busy; patients are […]

Scientists build new ultrasound device using 3-D printing technology

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a new ultrasound device that produces sharper images through 3-D printed lenses.

Mumbai-Based Bootstrapped 3D Printer Startup Builds High Precision 3D Printers With 500+ Hours of Testing

3D printing is finally out of its cocoon, and is growing bigger and bigger by each passing day. All over the world,

HP print bot lets you print shared files directly from Slack

HP Inc. has made it easier to print files shared in Slack with the launch of its HP Print Bot for the team messaging platform. The HP Print Bot for Slack makes use of a cloud-based HP ePrint, allowing you to print shared PDFs and images from anywhere. Show More Summary

Why gut instincts are often wrong

Do we base our big decisions on reason and logic, or on our gut? It’s a question underlying the fine print in the newest book by bestselling author Michael Lewis. He’s been talking with our John Blackstone: Michael Lewis’ latest book, now finished, is going out to reviewers. Show More Summary

Athiya Shetty in Roberto Cavalli at Manish Malhotra’s 50th Birthday Bash

Athiya did a printed Roberto Cavalli dress at Manish’s party wearing it with her Dior clutch and closed-toe ankle-strap sandals. I would’ve preferred open-toe sandals here but she looked really good. Keeping the hair and makeup fuss-free balanced out the printed dress rather well! Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

New 'printone' tool allows users to create 3-D printed wind instruments in any shape or form

(Dartmouth College) A research team from Autodesk and Dartmouth College has developed a new interactive design tool called 'Printone,' which provides users with the ability to create functional 3-D printed wind instruments in any shape or form using interactive sound simulation feedback. Show More Summary

Paste Returns to Print in New “Paste Quarterly” and Comes With a Vinyl Album!

Paste Magazine is back and better than ever! We covered when the Decatur-based publication folded its print version back in 2010.  We were sad, but you may recall it was a tough era for magazine.  Since then Paste has concentrated its efforts on its website, and grown its audience 10-fold, according to its recently release.  (I […]

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