A 13 in tall 3D Printed replica of the 75 ft tall monument in centre square Easton, PA. The monument honors the four major branches of the Union Army during the Civil War
Fabricated by P.F. Eisenhower & Sons
Erected: 1888, Unveiled: 1900, Digitally Replicated: 2013 Matt DiGirolamo
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A 13 in tall 3D Printed replica of the 75 ft tall monument in centre square Easton, PA. The monument honors the four major branches of the Union Army during the Civil War

Fabricated by P.F. Eisenhower & Sons

Erected: 1888, Unveiled: 1900, Digitally Replicated: 2013 Matt DiGirolamo

Get yours 3D printed here

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You know you have a good idea when …

a multinational world leader in 3D design software begins beta testing something that functions just like your software. I have admired the work of Nervous System’s Cell Cycle platform for some time, then, just today I came across this.

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The future of 3D scanning…all you need is your phone.

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Me and Natasha pay a visit to Santiago Makerspace and get some words of wisdom from the staff.

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3D Systems announced 3D Printing 2.0 today. With the release of a dozen new products like the ProJet 4500, it’s tough not to be impressed. The ProJet 4500 is the only office-ready continuous tone full-color plastic 3D printer that doesn’t require post-processing. You can read about their other products here: http://www.3dsystems.com/press-releases/3d-systems-ushers-3dprinting-20-dozen-new-products-euromold-2013#!

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Dean Curtis designed this multi-Fish Tank circulation filter. By connecting tubes to the basket (filter), water can be transferred between separate tanks while keeping fish in their proper habitat. 
The image above is a screenshot from Autodesk Inventor but Dean actually printed a working ABS prototype on his FlashForge 3D printer.
Dean is a member of Easton MakerSpace

Dean Curtis designed this multi-Fish Tank circulation filter. By connecting tubes to the basket (filter), water can be transferred between separate tanks while keeping fish in their proper habitat.

The image above is a screenshot from Autodesk Inventor but Dean actually printed a working ABS prototype on his FlashForge 3D printer.

Dean is a member of Easton MakerSpace

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Honey I shrunk…you. The Makerbot digitizer is pretty cool but you still can’t scan humans and shrink them due to the size limitations. This shrunken version of honey is 4” from head to toe, scanned on a kinect, hollowed in meshmixer, and printed at Shapeways in strong, flexible, polished white.

Honey I shrunk…you. The Makerbot digitizer is pretty cool but you still can’t scan humans and shrink them due to the size limitations. This shrunken version of honey is 4” from head to toe, scanned on a kinect, hollowed in meshmixer, and printed at Shapeways in strong, flexible, polished white.

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Matt D of Easton MakerSpace experiments with the xbox Kinect.

The Mozart bust (actual bust shown below) was scanned using Scenect software (free) coupled with an xbox Kinect. The model was then cleaned up using Meshlab (free) and Meshmixer (free).

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actual Mozart bust

actual Mozart bust

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Autodesk 123D Catch Test with the Governor Wolf entrance arch

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