3D Printing a Mini Tigris Coaster at Busch Gardens with Coaster Labs

I saw the still in this video and was in awe.  My first thought was, “that’s Tigris at Busch Gardens Tampa!”  So after watching the video the answer was, well sort of.  It is indeed a Sky Rocket II by Premier Rides (which Tigris is as discussed previously), Continue reading

The 3D Printed Wedding of Erin Winick

As a subscriber to MIT Technology Review I was thrilled to see this article by Erin Winick about how she 3D printed her entire wedding.  I thought it was cool years ago when a buddy designed and printed his wife’s ring, but Erin took things to another level.  Continue reading

Happy Halloween!

Today is Halloween and hope you can find some way to incorporate 3D printing. Etsy is full of things to buy and of course you can come up with your own too. Note the picture up above is from a video rental store on my way to work. Yep, they still exist.

A 3D Printed Rocket from Relativity Space

As a kid I didn’t have too many hobbies other than sports and video games, but one I did love was model rocketry.  I remember riding my bike over to the local hobby store to get the latest Estes rocket to put together and launch (probably losing to a roof, tree or just in short order).  From childhood rockets have always been a thing for me, so when I saw Relativity Space marrying together rockets and 3D printing I was thrilled.  Other companies have 3D printed select components, but Relativity Space is essentially 3D printing the whole darn thing. Continue reading