We don’t know about you, but we’re so excited the new “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is FINALLY out! In honor of it’s release we want to share the AWESOME customer project built by Dave Stein ( a software engineer and tinkerer).
The use of technology in awesome and incredible ways gets us totally geeked out, especially when it’s using technology for good. When our tech team started visiting with Frank, we new this would be one of those stories, where we would see something really awesome made for the benefit and wellness of someone else. Check out Frank’s story. It’s definitely worth a read….
When Dallas first reached out to us to tell us about the project he and his six year old daughter wanted to build, we thought, “Cool!” I know we say this often, but we absolutely love seeing what you all are building and how you incorporate our parts into your design. We especially love to see young students getting excited about engineering/robotics and then in turn designing and building their own projects. So when Dallas told us about their project, we wanted to follow up and learn more!
The process of making three dimensional solid objects for a digital file (aka 3D printing) has exploded over the past several years. We see it every where from uses in jewelry, automotive, aerospace, educational to healthcare/medical, the uses for 3D printing are expanding.
For the AIAA chapter at UIC, signing up late for the IREC competition was perhaps one of the best things to happen all year.
Leveraging robotics to bring healthier, fresher, home-cooked meals to those who don’t have access to it (whether it be because of disabilities, general lack of skill, or lack of time to cook).
Have you always wanted to be your own paint shaker maker?
A while back we stumbled across a particular blog which caught our eye. Kurt Schulz intricately laid out his design and build process for a DIY mobile solar power plant.