Recipes

bowman on July 4th, 2012

A Cookie Recipe that is Printable, Bake-able, Edible 1  cup of flour ½ cup of powdered sugar Mix thouroughly 1  stick of butter ½ cup of honey 1  teaspoon of vanilla ¼ – ½ teaspoon of salt (optional) Makes 10-15 50cc syringes print with Green luer lock. Bake 7-12 minute @ 350 degrees F for Greg […]

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bowman on May 9th, 2012

Some people say work smart, not hard. But, I am incredibly lazy, so I don’t want to work at all. That said; The 3D printing community is working way to hard on designing complex parts. They are really good parts, but they take work to produce.  I want to help you guys out with a […]

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barnett on July 17th, 2011

A Basic Recipe for Off Road Powder Printing A used 400 class Z Corp printer (@ fine internet auction sites) USG HydroPerm Rice wine/Sake Used BC-20 ink cartridges   (@ fine internet auction sites) Clean up the used 400.  Add HydroPerm.  Fill the binder reservoir with rice wine.  Do not self-print (i.e., drink the sake binder) […]

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ganter on June 20th, 2011

As our quarter winds down, we can start to breath again.     There are so many projects running  in the Solheim Additive Manufacturing lab this school term, it is difficult to keep an exact count. We’d like to take this moment to spot light some work that was initially done over three years ago and was […]

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ganter on March 21st, 2011

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All I could hear was the old jingle which was associated with a certain company’s Iced Tea product and its marketing campaign. We continue with our quest to experiment with a wide variety of materials for 3DP. Our previous materials were presented in: Bone Yard Salty Parts Here is another result from our Advanced RP/RM […]

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ganter on March 17th, 2011

We continue with our quest to experiment with a wide variety of materials for 3DP. Our previous material was presented in: Bone Yard In our Advanced RP/RM (rapid prototyping/rapid manufacturing) course, I was discussing the course requirements. One our of requirements is an independent research project and report to be undertaken in teams of two […]

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admin on March 10th, 2011

We continue our quest to experiment with a wide variety of materials for 3DP.  This story starts almost one year ago.   While teaching our Advanced RP/RM (rapid prototyping/rapid manufacturing) course,  I was discussing the course requirements.   One our of requirements is an independent research project and report to be undertaken in teams of two (the […]

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ganter on March 1st, 2011

We have some really interesting work from our current students that we’d like to display.   However, in order to be fair to their efforts a little bit of background needs to be presented. Implicit Solid Modeling (ISM) is a function based modeling system that uses one of more implicit equations to model objects.  ISM is […]

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by  Laura West and Mark Ganter As a result of the collaboration between artist (and  a bit engineer) Laura West and engineer (and more than part – artist) Mark Ganter, we are making great strides in the Fresno City College Sculpture Lab and the UW Solheim RP Lab  for the past few weeks.  This went […]

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west on October 31st, 2010

Our presentation ( Laura West and Mark Ganter) at Ars Mathematica in Paris was a great success and as promised we are jointly releasing our cemetenous metal casting formula for you to play with. What follows is a series of tips along with the formula.  Of course we found that it also works quite nicely […]

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