As I mentioned in the last blog post, we were inspired by the Feelspace Project (which gives you a magnetic compass sense, like migrating birds) to have a go at making a wearable device that would allow you to feel your surroundings – essentially extending
I was recently at the FAB 12 Meeting in Shenzhen. One of the things I saw there was a very simple and effective idea: 3D printing on fabric with RepRap to give a flexible and wearable backing. So I decided to give
Not something 3D printed but ……. We have been working with a local primary school to create some of the materials used in their displays for Art in Religious Studies week. The children were tasked with creating a stained glass
I have just got back from China, where I went to talk with a company for whom we are doing some work and also to give a presentation at the Fab 12 Conference, the theme of which was artificial self-replication.
On this day 8 years ago was the first replication of RepRap. On 29th May 2008 at 14:00 UTC Vik Olliver, eD Sells and Adrian Bowyer assembled the very first child RepRap from a parent which was made by a proprietary 3D
We have now opened our webshop selling spares for RepRap kits along with filament. We hope in the future to add new developments and products. Orders placed before 12pm we aim to dispatch same day (except Thursday – any orders
In the last blog post we introduced the pneumatic arm that we have been working on. One of the joints was a ball bearing joint, but we wanted to reduce the parts to lower the cost and to reduce the amount
Hello and welcome to RepRap Ltd’s website and blog. We will use this blog to document the research and development RepRap Ltd are working on. We are planning to work on both RepRap development and also other areas, but using RepRaps