Mesh Mixing with Meshmixer

If you have always wondered if it’s possible to combine/mix different stl files into one, Meshmixer would be something you’ll definitely want to watch out for.  It’s a pretty handy tool for your STL editing needs! Imagine a basic modelling tool (think of a simplified 123D Design) combined with a …

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Singapore 3D Printing Meetup IV (03 Sept 2013)

Singapore 3D Printing Meetup IV

And once again it’s time for Singapore 3D Printing Meetup IV, this time hosted graciously by the awesome folks from lowercase Cafe at LaSalle. This meetup is coming up on the 03 Sept (Tuesday) 7pm! This meetup will be for everyone with an interest in 3D printing, design, modelling, scanning …

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Visit to Singapore Polytechnic’s Fabrication Lab

Almost rounding up an exciting week of visiting many cool places this week, we pop by Singapore Polytechnic to discuss working with 3D Printing and as part of that, we could say not to a grand tour of the Fabrication Lab and other workshops? Many thanks to Mun Kin for …

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 …