Date: Wed Apr 06 2005 - 17:18:10 EEST
In a message dated 05-04-06 09:25:47 EDT, J.J.Broek@io.tudelft.nl writes:
Some time ago a web link was mailed to rp-ml.
The link gave access to a video clip of falling
lego-like blocks that finally created a car.
I would be very grateful when someone out
there is able to send me the web link.
My thanks in advance,
Johan J. Broek
Delft University of Technology,
Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
This message below may be what you remember.
Castle Island Co.
The Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping
Subj: [rp-ml] Re: R-P Material Samples for Tactile Math Show
Date: 04-07-09 13:49:20 EDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Stewart Dickson)
Thanks to all who responded to my call for samples of R-P for proposed
Has everyone seen the new commercial for the Honda Element?
Does everyone remember BPM (Ballistic Particle Manufacturing)?
3-D Ink-jet printing? This movie looks, conceptually, like a 3-D
Systems Thermojet in action to me --
in a metaphor that people can understand (Lego).
I would like to juxtapose video like this with footage of actual R-P
machines in action.
Particularly, FDM is very entertaining to watch. Stereolithography used
to be like watching paint dry,
and the beam was hard to photograph -- Has anyone succeeded in making a
film of a modern SLA in action?
Can anyone recommend any other sources of film, video or poster media on
Here is a bullet-list of guidelines for ideal exhibit design:
o Attractive -- a drawing card.
o Educational and informative.
o Interactive and hands-on.
o Durable and low-maintenance.
o Typically no more than 500 words.
o Oriented to the lay person with minimal technical jargon.
(6th-grade level -- Think of Bill Nye, the Science Guy)
o Describe the relevancy to our everyday lives, usefulness.
Stewart Dickson wrote:
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