Preview SUBMERGE! NYC's Marine Science Festival, and learn about local waters through marine-inspired makers! Build and race plankton, steam-powered boats, and underwater robotic vehicles with Hudson River Park and OpenROV!
The Cartesian Co. Argentum works the same way as your inkjet printer at home, but instead of regular ink, it prints conductive silver! We can print circuits on lots of different materials including paper, plastic and fabric!
SITU Studio will present the process of designing, fabricating, and installing the new 10,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space at the New York Hall of Science. Split evenly between a studio and workshop space, SITU fully integrates design and making into its practice. Design Lab is a series of five activity areas designed to host an array of STEM and project-based learning activities. Conceived of as sites to foster and promote problem ideation, tinkering, testing, and displaying results - the architecture is intended to be integral to the types of critical discovery and making that is so crucial to the design process.
The Othermill is a portable, easy-to-use CNC milling machine. Stop by to learn how to use the Othermill to make everything from custom circuit boards and Arduino shields to intricate wood carvings and metal engravings.
American Bones is a multi media art investigation of American cultural identity. The 7'long laser cut roller coaster is the icon and souvenir for the project. Translated through multiple digital fabrication methods.
We've been racing with the Power Racing Series for the past 3 seasons. This year we pulled out all the stops and are introducing our Delorean Time Machine.rnWhen this baby hits 18mph... your gonna see some serious stuff!
Bot-Guy began creating in 2011 & the Dragon Project in 2012-2013 which was on Display @ NYC Maker Faire 2012/2013 & several trade shows. He's a Prolific Creator & will show the ''GingerBread'' House Kit & other product designs!
When people ask ''What's 3D printing for?'' they expect simple answers. But in the wild, designers find uses for 3D printing in a vast range of fields. Here's a quick survey from my book-in-progress ''Design & Modeling for 3D Printing'' (MakerMedia 2014).
A number of those who I am featuring in the Field Guides are attending Maker Faire New York, and I will be introducing a handful of them and inviting them to join me on stage to share their unique perspectives to this medium.
One of the biggest obstacles for those getting started with design for 3D printing are the wide range of approaches to using design software to get what you want -- in many cases with steep learning curves for learning each new type. Core to my book in-progress ''Design & Modeling for 3D Printing'' (Make:Books 2014) are chapters guiding the reader through the basics for each of the core approaches, to prepare the reader to tackle the ''3D Design Mode'' appropriate to the task at hand. This talk offers a brisk stroll through these fundamentals from a vendor-agnostic perspective and should arm both those entirely new to 3D design and those who hav
CORMUG has been holding free monthly meetups at the Columbus Idea Foundry since 2009. Everyone is welcome to attend whether you own a printer, want to buy a printer, or just want to see what 3D printing is all about.