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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

More Accessible 3D Printing

Making 3-D Printing More Accessible

Penn State University | October 22, 2015

 [...]"Initially, we were interested in creating software and a monitoring mechanism that enabled students to see the progress of a project online, as well as send digital drawings and place them in a queue. 


"The more we got into it, we focused on the plate itself—developing one that prints don't stick to and that turns out multiple parts or units, one after another, without stopping."
In 2015, Paroda and Keenan's 3-D printer plate and software won the Lemelson-MIT "Use It" Undergraduate Team Award, for which they received $10,000. 


<more at; related links: (Mobium Solutions: Solving the woes of 3D printing. October 3, 2015) and (+Video) (Mobium Solutions: The Next Dimension of 3D Printing. Make object after object without ever needing to be at your printer. 2015)>

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