Visit to Singapore Science Centre & CRADLE

Made a westward trip to Singapore Science Centre to check out what’s gong on over there these days. Walking in brought back nostalgic memories of having come here as a kid and always being amazed at the various exhibits, and to a larger extent, the massive overload of science and …

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Fun with 123D Catch

Oriental Doll Front

Besides using modelling software like google sketchup to create models, there is an alternative which allows you an easier way to create printable models for your 3d printer. Autodesk’s 123D Catch is a free tool that allows you to do this. Available in PC, iPad, iPhone, as well as on the …

3D Printing and The Future Now Seminar at NUS DIC

Funbie Studios had the great opportunity to be over with NUS Design Incubation Centre (DIC) on 1 Aug for their 3D Printing and The Future Now Seminar. Disclaimer here though that this is probably going to be a very abbreviated post which does not fully do justice to how much …

Bringing 3D Printing to Singapore Mini Maker Faire

Nice and early last Saturday morning , we head on to Scape to bring 3D Printing to this year’s Singapore Mini Maker Faire! There was a very festive feel to the whole event  – look even the entrance to the event hall was dressed like a circus tent! A celebration …

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The Rickshaw Model

rickshaw_v2_actual

During the 19th-20th century, one of the most common form of transport is the human powered rickshaw. Typically, the rickshaw is pulled by one man with one passenger. This mode of transport was very common in Singapore in the past. We decided to create own very own Rickshaw Model after …

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3rd Singapore 3D Printing Meetup Wrapup

Singapore 3D Printing Meetup July 2013

And it was the bi-monthly time again when a bunch of nutty 3D printing enthusiaists congregate the for (rapidly growing!) Singapore 3D Printing Meetup, conveniently located and nicely hosted but the awesome crew from Artistry! Look, they even did up a nice chalkboard sign for us outside the cafe to …