3D Printer

Viral Replicability Criteria

We are moving forward on the first instance of a Distributive Enterprise – with the D3D Business Plan on the 3D Printer Workshop Model – a vision for innovation in the field of economics. The innovation lies in discovering a mechanism to displace...

Distributive Enterprise Experiments

We are switching gears more directly towards economic impact of the Open Source Ecology platform as we organize our first workshop of 2016. In the first workshop, you can build a 3D printer from scratch in 8 hours and take it home with you. More than...

LulzBot Mini 3D Printer Review

We have received a LulzBot Mini 3D Printer for review from our friends at Aleph Objects – an open hardware company in Loveland, Colorado. We respect Aleph Objects as a company true to the open source ethic – while developing one of the best...

HydraFabber Technical Update: Laser Cutter Design for Review, CNC Circuit Mill Ready for Build

Open Source Ecology’s HydraFabber, now in development, is a foldable, portable combination 3D printer, CNC circuit mill, and laser cutter. Its purposes will be to enable 2D and 3D rapid prototyping for open source machine design and to mill circuits...

Darwin is Alive

It has been long ago that we reported on our 3D printing adventures – see Hydraraptor’s Second Child. We are pleased to report that our copy of RepRap open source 3D printer has shown its first meaningful prints, thanks to our collaborator...