You will find, in our shop, Open Source and Open Hardware kits galore, for beginners as well as for experimented hackers ! LED Cubes, Arduino, games, breadboard to learn the basics of electronics, kits, and also books or even filament for your 3D printer !
The Arduino has become one of the most successful open hardware projects of all time. Thus today we want to give you a little overview of the Arduino itself and its ecosystem.
What is an Arduino?
Nous avons testé le filament HIPS et sa capacité à se dissoudre dans le d-Limonene, voici quelques informations !
1. Impression du modèle
Nous avons choisi un Hilbert Cube, imprimé avec les paramètres suivants : 0,15mm, 10% et 2 shells. Première bonne nouvelle, le HIPS s'imprime bien à 230°C sur la Replicator 2X, avec un plateau chauffant à 120°C, et colle bien à l'ABS.
Last week our product of the week was the Raspberry Pi in order to celebrate the marvelous number of 2 million sold boards. This week we have even better news: the famous Mathematica package will be available for free for the Raspberry Pi!!! Mathematica is a computational software program used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical and computing fields. It was created by Wolfram research and is a defacto standard in the scientific world.
Let's have a look what Wikipedia says you can do with it:
Plenty of news we have heard over the last few years about 3D printing. The latest batch of news is about printing weapons with a 3D printer at home. Certainly not something that makes everybody feel comfortable. But there are also more happy news: a father printed for his handicapped son a prosthetic hand.