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  • Title: Fab@Home - Make Anything | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: .. Header.. Sign in.. New password.. Sign up.. Search this site:.. Home.. The Project.. The Printers.. Get Involved.. Community.. FAQ.. Press Publications.. Contact.. Make.. Anything.. Fab@Home will change the way we live.. It is a platform of printers and programs which can produce functional 3D objects.. It is designed to fit on your desktop and within your  ...   hobbyists, innovating tomorrow, today.. Join us, and Make Anything.. News Bulletins.. Videos.. Community Blog.. NextFabStore.. The Cornell Team will no longer service NextFabStore units.. If you have an.. see more news.. Fab@Home in Action.. See how the Fab@Home will change the future.. see more videos.. 3D printing.. IN SPACE.. People love food printing, astronauts.. see more blog posts..

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  • Title: User account | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: User account.. Log in.. Request new password.. Username:.. *.. Enter your Fab@Home username.. Password:.. Enter the password that accompanies your username..

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  • Title: User account | Fab@Home
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  • Title: The Project | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: What is it?.. The Fab@Home Project is an open-source mass-collaboration developing personal fabrication technology aimed at bringing personal fabrication to your home.. Members include those who use their abilities to develop novel.. hardware.. ,.. software.. and.. uses for digital fabricators.. and those who simply use it to make unique items.. The Community includes hundreds of engineers, inventors, artists, students, and hobbyists across six continents.. Engage with the community by participating in our.. blogs.. forums.. Background.. Hod Lipson and Evan Malone of the Cornell University Computational Synthesis Laboratory began Fab@Home project in 2006.. Within one year, the Fab@Home website received 17,000,000 hits and the project received a Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award..  ...   a.. replacement part.. a customized toy, and nearly any other conceivable object is just a few clicks away.. No shipping delays, no reliance on a few producers with locks on distribution channels, no more settling for un-customized products - just click and print.. Just as the current digital revolution allows anyone to make, sell, or buy virtual items, the next phase of the digital revolution will allow anyone to make sell, or buy fully functional objects.. For visions of our future, visit the.. forum.. , and.. YouTube Channel.. What's next?.. A new focus on strengthening communication within the community:.. blogs.. forums.. , newsletters, and targeted emails.. Expanding network of collaborators..

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  • Title: The Printers: Model 1, Model 2, and beyond | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: The Printers: Model 1, Model 2, and beyond.. Hardware.. Personal fabricators consist of chassis, tool heads, and electronics.. The Model 1 and 2 Fab@Home units consist entirely of off-the-shelf components.. The new Model 2 printer is a significant improvement on the Model 1.. It has a simplified design, which reduces the cost, build time, and skill level required.. It is easy and affordable to.. build and modify.. If you are intrested in getting a unit, you can order one from Seraph Robotics from.. inside the US.. or.. outside the US.. Feel free to email them at sales at seraphrobotics.. com or.. email getinvolved at fabathome.. org.. Software.. Most 3D printers and digital fabricators process STL  ...   will allow for the creation of application specific, printer independent software programs.. A C++ library for developing Fab@Home applications is under development.. Materials.. The Fab@Home syringe tools have the unique ability to make objects out of multiple materials.. They are compatible with a wide array of materials including silicone, cement, stainless steel, cake frosting, and cheese.. Some of our finished products include a battery, a flashlight, a bicycle sprocket, toy parts, and various food products.. What is to Come.. Collaborators around the world are designing new tools including a CNC attachment, large volume reservoirs, an ice deposition tool.. Coders are designing a new set of standards, languages and programs to help make personal fabricators become ubiquitous..

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  • Title: Why Get Involved | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: Why Get Involved.. Share Your Work Globally.. Put your unique abilities to use, and share your accomplishments with others.. The Fab@Home community provides countless ways to share your work with like-minded people, from blogging to forum discussions.. You can even display your work in Fab@Home expos held across the globe.. Be One of the First to Acquire the Skills of Tomorrow.. 3D printing is grabbing headlines, and the day is nearing when every home will have a printer.. Get involved early and be one of the first to acquire important skills that will be highly sought after in a mass-customizable world.. Watch our YouTube video channel to learn skills today, and lead the new paradigm of tomorrow.. Access a Top-Notch Knowledge Pool.. Do you have an idea? Want to develop a new printing technology? You’re not alone.. Through the Fab@Home community, you’ll have the support of a vibrant group of highly talented individuals: from leading academics to world-class chefs, artists to molecular biologists.. Pay a visit to to the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory, partner with some of the field’s best and brightest, and bring your ideas  ...   to manufacturing, we can democratize innovation and open doors for a new wave of inventors.. Participate in Fab@Home events, contribute your talents to the project and help give others the ability to express their creativity.. How to Get Involved.. Get a Fab@Home.. Build.. Fab@Home is an open-source project and every component is off-the-shelf and into your hands.. Buy.. Too busy to build? No problem.. Several third-party startups offer ready-to-go kits and turn-key packages.. Check out the Get A Printer page on the wiki for more details.. Contribute Your Talents.. Share your unique abilities by collaborating within the vibrant network of Fab@Home developers (from hobbyists to corporate/university partners).. Whether through developing hardware, software, materials, or applications.. share your innovations with people across the globe and make your mark on manufacturing history.. Just 3D Print.. Join hundreds of people around the world who are using Fab@Home every day to reinvent the way they do things.. From new ways of fixing your machines to fresh outlets for expressing yourself, learn more about personal manufacturing and see how Fab@Home can enhance your lifestyle.. Join us now and experience tomorrow, today..

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  • Title: Community | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: Share your accomplishments.. Stay up to date.. Watch Fab@Home in action.. Forum.. Directly engage in discussion.. Wiki.. Technical documentation.. Launchpad.. Publish your work.. User Map.. Community at a glance.. Live Events.. Get Connected.. Facebook.. Become a fan..

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  • Title: Frequently Asked Questions | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. General.. What is the Fab@Home?.. The Fab@Home is a machine that prints static and dynamic three-dimensional objects.. it can print – for example – a miniature model of a space shuttle that you can hold in your hand, not a three-dimensional picture of it on a piece of paper.. The purpose of the Fab@Home is to make real objects; the Fab@Home has printed a working flashlight.. What does Fab@Home stand for?.. Fab@Home is the printer’s official name.. That said, Fab@Home can be understood to mean Fabber at Home.. “Fabber” is short for a fabrication device.. Fabbers are essentially miniature factories with the goal of custom fabrication of objects.. How does the Fab@Home work?.. The Fab@Home builds objects layer by layer, using any material than can be squeezed through a syringe and holds its shape.. Materials are hardened by drying, heating, UV light, and other methods as necessary.. What is the Fab@Home Team?.. The Fab@Home Team is the colloquial name for the group of individuals who are continuing the development of the Fab@Home at Cornell University, under the supervision of Professor Hod Lipson’s Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory.. While we provide the server space and website maintenance, the team is highly dedicated to the Fab@Home and above all proud to be members of the Fab@Home Community, which includes all who wish to contribute.. What are the goals of the Fab@Home?.. The goals of the Fab@Home project are first and foremost to facilitate the democratization of innovation by giving each household the ability to physically create their ideas.. In order to achieve this objective, we are improving the Fab@Home itself, diversifying the materials with which the Fab@Home works.. What can the Fab@Home make?.. The Fab@Home can produce nearly any static or dynamic object out of materials that can be deposited through a syringe.. Right now, you can create miniature models, custom food products, and items that have electrical parts.. Look at the projects page to see what has already been accomplished and what the community is working on.. The Fab@Home Community is dedicated to improving the practical applications of the Fab@Home.. What does Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF) mean?.. Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF) is an umbrella term for three-dimensional printing, rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing, or any method of building things by having a machine deposit material under computer control.. I’ve heard of other three-dimensional printers.. What makes Fab@Home unique?.. The Fab@Home is unique because it is a comparatively inexpensive, three-dimensional printer that can use a large array of materials make static and dynamic objects.. It contrasts with other, low-cost three-dimensional printers such as the.. RepRap.. (and.. Makerbot.. ) in three key ways.. First, the RepRap is oriented toward self-replication, making its own parts, while Fab@Home is aiming toward printing static and dynamic objects¬.. Secondly, the Fab@Home uses a syringe tool that allows you to use a wider variety of materials.. Thirdly, Fab@Home is largely a snap-and-screw-together kit, while others tent to require more technical skill to build.. How can I get CAD software to download the CAD Library items?.. There are several open-source and commercial cad programs.. Search around and find the one best suited to your needs and budget.. Getting and Assembling the Fab@Home.. Do I need to purchase the Fab@Home?.. The Cornell Creative Machines Lab (formerly the CCSL), the umbrella organization that holds the Fab@Home Team, does NOT sell the Fab@Home.. If you are interested in getting a unit please email.. getinvolved@fabathome.. Can I build my own Fab@Home?.. YVisit the wiki (.. http://fabathome.. org/wiki/index.. php/Main_Page.. ) for the Model 1 Model 2 instructions on building your kit.. Can I buy a Fab@Home that is already assembled?.. You can purchase Model 1 pre-assembled from.. Why doesn’t the Fab@Home Team sell Fab@Home printers?.. The.. Cornell Creative Machines Lab.. , the umbrella organization that holds the Fab@Home Team, does not sell the kit because we are a research organization at Cornell.. If you are interested in contacting someone who does sell the kit, please email.. Who sells Fab@Home printers?.. Coming soon.. How big is it?.. The Model 1 stands at 18.. 5" (47cm) wide, by 16" (40.. 6cm) deep, by roughly 18" (45.. 7cm) tall.. The Model 2 stands at 14.. 6” (37.. 2 cm) wide, by 15.. 2” (38.. 5cm) deep, by 18.. 5” (47 cm) tall.. Can I buy a  ...   the machine.. For a "good" material that does not flow, the X-Y (layer plane) resolution is roughly twice the diameter of the nozzle, and the Z (height) resolution is roughly equal to the nozzle diameter.. In theory, this holds until you approach the positioning resolution of the machine.. For the Model 1 it is roughly +/-25 micrometers.. The accuracy and repeatability of the positioning system of the Model 1 have not been measured.. At a rough guess, without special attention paid to setup, the repeatability will be roughly +/-100 micrometers.. The Model 2 can operate at a higher speed for the same resolution as the Model 2.. Getting Involved.. Does the Fab@Home have a place in my home?.. If you are a hobbyist interested in printing three-dimensional static and dynamic objects using a variety of inexpensive materials, then you should consider the Fab@Home.. The Fab@Home can also be used in kitchens to print custom objects and toppings out of cheese, icing, and chocolate.. I want to use the Fab@Home in my classroom.. What can the Fab@Home do for me?.. The Fab@Home can help teach students about the practical implications of engineering, and encourage them to investigate further.. Not everybody loves math and science, but nearly everybody loves to eat custom-designed chocolate shapes.. The Fab@Home has been used for high school science project.. Biological scientists have also used the printer in their experiments.. I don’t know anything about machines or computers.. Can I still contribute?.. Of course! If you have a suggestion for a new project, say so on the.. forum page.. If you have a suggestion or idea for an existing project, add your two-cents on the appropriate page in the.. I think this project is cool/I’ve got some ideas.. How can I get involved in the community?.. Sign up! Pick a project or suggest a new one on the appropriate forum.. You can also send us an email at.. GetInvolved@FabatHome.. Printing.. Can the Fab@Home perform milling?.. The Fab@Home team has designed a tool head that can mount a dremel flex shaft.. What materials can you use?.. The Fab@Home can build nearly anything out of any kind of liquid or paste that you can imagine dispensing from a syringe.. Is this up to date? This is merely a list of the materials we have had time to play with - many, many more materials are possible,.. What can I print with the Fab@Home?.. The Fab@Home can print with nearly any kind of liquid or paste that you can imagine dispensing from a syringe.. To date, we have used household silicone rubber caulk, epoxy, cheese, chocolate (with a small heater attached to the syringe tool), cake frosting, ceramic clay (when mixed with sufficient water), PlayDoh, and gypsum plaster.. This is merely a list of the materials we have had time to play with - many, many more materials are possible.. Website/Wiki/Forum/Blog.. How do I edit the Fab@Home wiki?.. First, make sure you are logged in.. -If you see your username at the top right of the page, you are logged in.. -Otherwise click Login at the top right corner of the page.. Click the "edit" tab (at the top) of the page you want to change.. -Edit the "wiki text" to make the changes you would like to make.. -Click "Show Preview" at the bottom of the page to make sure that the results are what you want.. -If you are satisfied, click "Save Page" at the bottom of the page.. Now everyone can see your contribution!.. How do I join the Fab@Home community or contribute to the Wiki?.. To join our community, click on the "Sign up" link at the top right hand corner of this page.. From there you can choose a username for our website.. To edit the wiki, you can click the "Wiki" link on the main navigation bar on the top of this page, then click "Log in/Create account" at the top right hand corner.. By using the same username for both the main site and the wiki, logging in here will also log you into the wiki.. Also, if you already have a Fab@Home, please add it to the Fabbers of the World page.. Still have a question?.. If you still have questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us at.. GetInvolved@FabAtHome.. com..

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  • Title: Press | Fab@Home
    Descriptive info: Press.. Fab@Home in the Media.. Wired: 3D printer Makes Customized Cookies.. Gizmodo: We Need Food Printers, Like, Yesterday.. American Institute of Physics, Discoveries and Breakthroughs Inside Science: 3D Printers.. Chemical Engineering News: Personal Manufacturing.. PopSci:Print New Body Parts at the Cornell University Creative Machines Lab.. Jezebel: Welcome to the Future-Printable Food.. Fast Company: Ramen by HP? The Wild Possibilities of Printing Food.. LA Times: Cornell Lab Prints Food, Says Digital Cuisine Could Change Restaurants.. Fast Company: 3-D Printers and Homaro Cantu.. Tom's Guide:Cornell Researchers Create 3D Food Printer.. Fab@Home on Globo TV (Brazil).. Cornell Chronicle: Personal Fabricators and 3-D Printers Will Spur Innovation:.. Shapeways: Delish: Fresh off the Printer.. Shapeways: White House Commissions Report on 3-D Printers.. Cooking Issues: Finally a Good 3-D Food Printing Application.. CNN Money: This 3D Printer Makes Edible Food.. BBC News: ‘MSNBC Cosmic Log: The Scientific Quest to Print Food.. BBC News: ‘Printing’ Human Organs with 3D Bio-Printer.. PC World: 3D Printer Will Print Body Parts Within the Next 20 Years.. Sify: Print to Eat, Play, or Work.. Business Standard: Print to eat, play, or work.. Engineering R D: What’s Printing for Dinner?.. Discover Magazine: 3D Printer Plays With Its Food…and Makes A Miniature Space Shuttle.. Financial Times: Need Human Tissue? Just Press Print.. Salon: The Machine that Will Replace Kitchens and Cooks.. Newswise: 3-D Printer Proving Ground.. Smartplanet: With New Printers, Classrooms Will Go 3-D.. New Scientist: For Insects, Press Print.. ITBusiness: 3D Printers Now Affordable for SMBs, Consumers.. Communications of the ACM: Personal Fabrication.. PC World: Print Your Own PC Coming Shortly.. Make Magazine: Hovering Flapping Flight of a 3D-printed Mechanical Insect.. Daily Mail: Your food’s in the printer…the machine that lets you create and eat your meal from freshly squeezed syringes.. Daily News Analysis: Now, Print Instant Meals to Tackle Hunger.. Fox NY: Print Out Your Next Meal on a 3D Printer.. PCWorld: Cornell Scientists Print the Future of Food.. Gizmodo: Maybe We Should Be Putting Our 3D Efforts Into Food Printing.. BBC: The Printed Future of Christmas Dinner.. The 3D Printer Revolution Countdown.. 3.. D Printers at the Maker Faire.. With New Printers, Classrooms Will Go 3-D.. A Teacher's Guide to Using Technology in the Classroom.. TimeCompression.. com, 3D Printing Goes Open-Source.. Forbes: Feeling the Urge to Print in 3-D.. Phorecast.. com, Swedish Sci-Tech think-tank interview with Evan Malone, April 13, 2008.. EngineeringTV.. com video coverage of Fab@Home, April 3, 2008.. Technology and Learning Magazine, March 2008, Michael Simkins.. Wall Street Journal Online video coverage of Fab@Home Project, 30 November 2007.. AT T Tech Channel Video Overview of Fab@Home.. MIT Technology Review, German Language Version, October 2007.. Popular Mechanics 2007 Breakthrough Award.. Radio interview with AM800/CKLW Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 7MB mp3.. Audio Interview of Hod Lipson and Evan Malone with Austrian Radio ORF, 22MB mp3.. Video interview of Evan Malone by NewScientist reporter Tom Simonite, June 18, 2007.. Mechanical Engineering, v129, no6, p47, June 2007 - brief mention.. Popular Science, May 2007, web link.. PDF from scan of magazine.. Discovery Channel Canada's DailyPlanet Science Technology News Program.. Science Museum, London, UK.. has added a Fab@Home  ...   Coulter, D.. , Vesco, A.. (2009)“Hydrocolloid Printing: A Novel Platform for Customized Food Production” Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium (SFF’09), Aug 3-5 2009, Austin, TX, USA.. Mookerjee, A.. , Cohen, D.. , Peng, D.. H.. , Bonassar, L.. J.. (2009) “A Study of Variable Stiffness Alginate Printing for Medical Applications” Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium (SFF’09), Aug 3-5 2009, Austin, TX, USA.. Cohen,D.. , Heinz,M.. , Lobovsky, M.. , Parad,W.. , Bernstien, G.. , Li,T.. , Quartiere,J.. , Washington,K.. , Umaru,A.. , Masanoff,R.. , Granstein, J.. , Whitney,J.. , Lipson,H.. , (2009) Fab@Home Model 2: Towards Ubiquitous Personal Fabrication Devices' Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium (SFF'09), Aug 3-5 2009, Austin, TX, USA.. Hiller, J.. (2009) "STL 2.. 0: A Proposal for a Universal Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing File Format" Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium (SFF'09), Aug 3-5 2009, Austin, TX, USA.. Lobovsky M.. , Lobovsky A.. , Behi M.. , Lipson H.. (2008), "Solid Freeform Fabrication of Stainless Steel Using Fab@Home", Proceedings of the 19th Annual Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2008.. Knapp M.. , Wolff R.. (2008), "Developing printable content: A repository for printable teaching models", Proceedings of the 19th Annual Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2008.. , Tsavaris A.. , Lo W.. , Bonassar LJ, Lipson H.. (2008), "Improved Quality of 3D-Printed Constructs Through Enhanced Mixing of Alginate Hydrogels", Proceedings of the 19th Annual Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2008.. Malone E.. , (2008) “Multi-material Freeform Fabrication of Active Systems”, Proceedings of the 9th Biennial ASMA Conference on Engineering Systems Design and Analysis (ESDA08), Haifa, Israel, July 7-9, 2008 Vilbrandt, T.. , Malone, E.. , Pasko, A.. , (2008) “Universal Desktop Fabrication”, in Heterogeneous Objects Modelling and Applications, pp.. 259-284.. , Berry M.. , (2008) “Freeform Fabrication and Characterization of Zinc-Air Batteries”, Rapid Prototyping Journal, Vol 14, N 3, pp.. 128-140.. ,(2008) “Freeform Fabrication of Complete Electromechanical Devices”, Doctoral Dissertation, A dissertation presented to the faculty of the Graduate School of Cornell University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.. (2007) "Printable 3D Models for Customized Hands-on Education", Proceedings of Mass Customization and Personalization (MCPC) 2007, Cambridge, MA, October 2007.. , (2007) “Fab@Home: The Personal Desktop Fabricator Kit”, Rapid Prototyping Journal, Vol.. 13, No.. 4, pp.. 245-255.. *** Best Paper of the Year Award ***.. , (2007) “The Factory in your Kitchen”, Proceedings of Mass Customization and Personalization (MCPC) 2007, Cambridge, MA, October 2007.. Havener R.. , Boyea J.. , Malone E.. , Bernards D.. , DeFranco J.. , Malliaras G.. , (2007) “Freeform Fabrication of Organic Electrochemical Transistors”, Proceedings of the 18th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2007, pp.. 60-73.. Periard D.. , Schaal N.. , Schaal M.. , (2007) “Printing Food”, Proceedings of the 18th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2007, pp.. 564-574.. L.. , Bonassar L.. , (2006) "3D direct printing of heterogeneous tissue implants", Tissue Engineering, Vol.. 12, No.. 5: 1325-1335.. , (2006) “Fab@Home: The Personal Desktop Fabricator Kit”, Proceedings of the 17th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin TX, Aug 2006, Voted Outstanding Paper..

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