Sanel Smejlovic printing covers for his remote controlled switches.
His switches work with your phone, all kinds of household remotes, and
by touch. They are really cool, and he's printing the covers here at
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Our MOREnet funded 3-D Printer made onto NPR's Morning Edition on Wednesday, 4/29/2015 in a story about 3-D printers and public libraries. St Louis Public Radio's Joseph Leahy came to a 3-D printing class at the University City Public Library on Sunday, April 11 and talked to us. You can read the text or listen to the story at:
St Louis Public Radio
|St Basil's Cathedral as reproduced on our 3-D printer.|
Friday, April 17, 2015
MakerBot recently released firmware version 1.7, check out the details at their site: https://mindtouch.makerbot.com/04_Desktop/Release_Notes/Fifth_Generation_Firmware_Release_Notes
Applying a firmware update is very straightforward. Download the latest MakerBot Desktop software, attach directly to the printer via USB, and click "Update Firmware" under Devices.
Try printing one of the internally stored models, such as Mr. Jaws, to verify operations.