The Robot That Sharing Built
        Bre Pettis
     @bre @makerbot
The Future
The Relicator!
Video!
   http://bit.ly/makerbotvid
http://blip.tv/file/get/Makerbot-
       MakerBot219.m4v
THINGS!
Download Things
(Just like videos, music, and books)
Object Credit:
  Zach Smith
Object Credit: Will Langford
By Will Langford
Object Credit: Mark Weller
Object Credit:
Dominic Muren
Derivative Credit: Nate True
Object Credit: Owen Collins
Object Credit: Eberhard Rensch
Design Credit: Wizard23
Collaboration between R3becca, Nate True and MakerBlock
Replacement parts!




           Design Credit: wizard23
Object Credit: Cathal Garvey
Object Credit: Webca
Object Credit: dmatsumoto
Object Credit: Junior Tan
Object Credit: bpijls
Object Credit: jmillerid
Object Credit: spedzero
Object Credit: Adam Elkins
If you can’t download it,
  you have to design itl
Free and/or Open Source
   Modelling software!
OpenSCAD, Sketchup, Blender,
  Art of illusion, and more.
Some programs are not free




Alibre, AutoCAD, Inventor, Solidworks
Once you have the design you slice it with skeinforge
ReplicatorG
Print it!
Cathal Garvey had a mouse problem.
He crowdsourced eleven solutions
With open source manufacturing tools,
when one person solves a problem they solve
    it for everyone in their community.
MakerBot MK4 Plastruder
proportional–integral–derivative controller (PID controller) is a generic control loop
feedback mechanism (controller) wid...
Some things to think about:
      Abundance, and Sharing

Customization VS Mass Manufacturing

      Personalized VS Brand...
Beginning.
Frontiers: organs, investment casting,
syringe-ables and all sorts of THINGS
   (The nearly possible is tangible)
    Trau...
MakerBot Basics


• Cheap and accessible ($950)
• Culture of sharing
• Frontier of possibilities.
You’re invited to join the
 MakerBot Revolution!
@MakerBot - @Thingiverse - @Bre
The Robot That Sharing Built
The Robot That Sharing Built
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This is the latest variation of a talk that I give about MakerBot, open source, sharing, community, and personal manufacturing.

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  • The Robot That Sharing Built

    1. 1. The Robot That Sharing Built Bre Pettis @bre @makerbot
    2. 2. The Future
    3. 3. The Relicator!
    4. 4. Video! http://bit.ly/makerbotvid http://blip.tv/file/get/Makerbot- MakerBot219.m4v
    5. 5. THINGS!
    6. 6. Download Things (Just like videos, music, and books)
    7. 7. Object Credit: Zach Smith
    8. 8. Object Credit: Will Langford
    9. 9. By Will Langford
    10. 10. Object Credit: Mark Weller
    11. 11. Object Credit: Dominic Muren
    12. 12. Derivative Credit: Nate True
    13. 13. Object Credit: Owen Collins
    14. 14. Object Credit: Eberhard Rensch
    15. 15. Design Credit: Wizard23
    16. 16. Collaboration between R3becca, Nate True and MakerBlock
    17. 17. Replacement parts! Design Credit: wizard23
    18. 18. Object Credit: Cathal Garvey
    19. 19. Object Credit: Webca
    20. 20. Object Credit: dmatsumoto
    21. 21. Object Credit: Junior Tan
    22. 22. Object Credit: bpijls
    23. 23. Object Credit: jmillerid
    24. 24. Object Credit: spedzero
    25. 25. Object Credit: Adam Elkins
    26. 26. If you can’t download it, you have to design itl
    27. 27. Free and/or Open Source Modelling software! OpenSCAD, Sketchup, Blender, Art of illusion, and more.
    28. 28. Some programs are not free Alibre, AutoCAD, Inventor, Solidworks
    29. 29. Once you have the design you slice it with skeinforge
    30. 30. ReplicatorG
    31. 31. Print it!
    32. 32. Cathal Garvey had a mouse problem.
    33. 33. He crowdsourced eleven solutions
    34. 34. With open source manufacturing tools, when one person solves a problem they solve it for everyone in their community.
    35. 35. MakerBot MK4 Plastruder
    36. 36. proportional–integral–derivative controller (PID controller) is a generic control loop feedback mechanism (controller) widely used in industrial control systems. A PID controller attempts to correct the error between a measured process variable and a desired setpoint by calculating and then instigating a corrective action that can adjust the process accordingly and rapidly, to keep the error minimal. Improvement Credit: Tim Myrtle
    37. 37. Some things to think about: Abundance, and Sharing Customization VS Mass Manufacturing Personalized VS Branded
    38. 38. Beginning.
    39. 39. Frontiers: organs, investment casting, syringe-ables and all sorts of THINGS (The nearly possible is tangible) Trautman Hook - Open Prosthetics Project
    40. 40. MakerBot Basics • Cheap and accessible ($950) • Culture of sharing • Frontier of possibilities.
    41. 41. You’re invited to join the MakerBot Revolution! @MakerBot - @Thingiverse - @Bre

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