Filabot: Plastic Filament Maker

Make your own 3D printing filament from recycled bottles and other plastic products. Never run out of 3D printing filament.

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Autodesk 123D: 3D printing for everyone

Autodesk is releasing a connected ecosystem of products and platforms that transforms the experience of 3D design and personal fabrication. The Autodesk 123D family of products connects free 3D modeling tools with content, community, and fabrication services, so anyone can create, explore, and make their project. Shown for the first time on March 21, 2012, the new Autodesk 123D Catch mobile app will allow users to take photos of people, places, and things from their iPad camera and with the power of the cloud, transform them into detailed 3D models that can be shared as images, video, or even be 3D printed. Autodesk 123D design software enables personal creation and fabrication of precise and finished objects. Users can additionally transform 3D models into cut patterns with 123D Make.

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Tube Squeezers


1 type of tube squeezer is made by a 3D printer (Rep Rap)  Check out the source links for more info.
2 source-websites (below) are from Batist. (I’ve seen him walking around at school. Great work!)

(Hmmm I also want a 3D printer to make such stuff 😛 )

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