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by Super Admin - 2 weeks ago

Three Buff Dudes Make Simple Gym Setup Using Junk and Scrap

I’ve seen wooden gyms before. I’ve even seen gym equipment repurposed into ATV wheels. But this is the first time I’ve seen a gym made completely from nothing but junk. It’s been done countless times by many different people, but Hudson, Brandon, and Duke White of B.U.F.F. Dudes (Better Understandi...

by Super Admin - 2 weeks ago

You Can Use 3D Printers To Make 3D Printers

In this day and age, a good number of the world’s population is already using 3D printing technology. From large manufacturing companies utilizing Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) to the more common Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) found in commercial 3D printers, almost anyone with a couple of bucks...

by Super Admin - 2 weeks ago

Spatial computing supports large spaces

PTC announced the newest addition to its Vuforia augmented reality (AR) enterprise platform, the Vuforia Engine Area Targets offering. This program supports the creation of immersive augmented reality (AR) experiences for spaces up to 300,000 square feet. Through the use of Area Targets, industrial...

by Super Admin - 2 weeks ago

Thinking Egg II Soothes Minds as Recentering Tool

Work keeps piling up on the daily and with no way to really know when to clock out, our minds have a tendency to stay in work mode 24/7. With this, we always find ourselves looking for a way to soothe our minds. The Thinking Egg II by Orijin is the second iteration of the design company’s iconic mi...

by Super Admin - 2 weeks ago

What They Didn’t Teach me in School About 3D Print Supports

While designing test fixtures for medical devices over at teampipeline.us, I’ve gained valuable industry knowledge and real-world experience that I’d like to share to help accelerate your learning curve.  In today’s golden tip, I’ll explain how 3D printed supports can actually affect functionality....

by Super Admin - 3 weeks ago

Mark Rober Investigates the Best Ways to Win Carnival Games

If you’ve ever visited a carnival before, you’ll likely have spent a disproportionately large amount of money for the amount of time you’ve been there. The rides are fun and all, but the carnival really burns a hole in your wallet through its unfair games. Back in 2017, when the world wasn’t i...

by Super Admin - 3 weeks ago

Simon Tibbs joins Cub Studio

Simon has been an animator for over 15 years, mostly as a freelancer but he has also held positions at Mainframe and set-up Sweet Crude with Cub founder Fraser Davidson and Dina Makanji. He joins Cub as Head of Animation and brings with him a wealth of experience in character design and rigging, add...