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Gravity Defying 3D Printing Robot (Almost) Makes Objects Appear in Thin Air


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Hello

Please can i have more details about prices and machines

Regards
#1 charbel on 2013-05-18 14:27 (Reply)
Awesome. Now, that's what I'm talkin' about. :-)

To previous poster: This is an experiment, not a commercial product. Probably $250k for the generic robot arm and other equipment, and it doesn't use STL (polygon) models.
#2 Aaron on 2013-05-18 15:16 (Reply)
Lego makes a fine robot arm.
#2.1 Anonymous on 2013-06-11 16:00 (Reply)
The material must have a very fast curing time. It's very impressive and innovative idea.
#3 Anonymous (Homepage) on 2013-05-18 15:48 (Reply)
It helps that the videos are time-lapse, as indicated by the twitchy reflections off the metallic extruder parts.
#4 darren on 2013-05-19 20:01 (Reply)
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Exceptional blog and excellent design.
#4.1 Sofia (Homepage) on 2013-05-20 08:27 (Reply)
'The method that we call Anti-gravity Object Modeling has a patent-pending status.'

So, fishermen making their nets will be asked to cease and desist?

Will they ban crystal growing?

Isn't (if they're willing to stretch the definition of 'anti-gravity') any current 3D printing system that can raise the printing platform also 'anti-gravity'?
#5 Luis on 2013-05-20 13:09 (Reply)

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