Though it’s being introduced toward the end of the summer season, the 3D printed cooler developed by United Kingdom-based startup Nipi Smart Cooler is still a refreshing idea. The cooler can hold ice for as long as six days and is power by a solar panel. It also possesses several features not commonly found […]
Sam’s Club knows its members are always looking for the next big thing! They partnered with 3D+Me to bring this innovative experience to their members at their new club in Moline, IL.
From IronWorkers Magazine – August 2015 Local 401 Member Invents the “Cable Vault” to Protect Ironworkers In March 2014, Tom Scannell, an 18-year ironworker member of Local 401 (Philadelphia), attended a foreman’s safety meeting at the Local 401 meeting place hosted by Steve Rank, executive director of safety and health for the Iron Workers International, […]
The next time you’re in an airport looking for your terminal, you might be looking down instead of up for directions. That’s because Dutch technology company Philips is rolling out the next big thing in flooring, Luminous Carpet. As shown in this video, the carpet is embedded with a thin layer of light-emitting diodes, or […]
Lexus has collaborated with a team of scientists from IFW Dresden and evico GmbH, who specialize in magnetic levitation technology, to finally make Marty McFly’s hoverboard a reality. The Lexus Hoverboard operates using magnetic levitation to achieve frictionless movement. Liquid nitrogen cooled superconductors (made of yttrium, barium, copper, and oxygen) and 200 meters of specially […]
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There are turbines that resemble trees, and turbines that resemble donuts, and now there are turbines that resemble… sticks. A Spanish company has designed tall, narrow pillars that generate vortexes around their circumference, bending the structures back and forth. As the pillars oscillate, embedded magnets convert the movement to electricity. The Verge points out that […]
Traditional food purveyors Hershey and the Culinary Institute of America take a step into the future, experimenting with 3-D food printing. From Hershey Park to Hyde Park, Bloomberg’s Ramy Inocencio goes into special labs and kitchens to see the 3-D printed food we may be eating in the near future.
A company called MX3D plans to use robots to ‘draw’ a bridge into midair over an Amsterdam canal.
by Megan Crouse, Digital Reporter Harry Moser, the former president of machine tool company GF AgieCharmilles, is on a mission to bring manufacturing back to the United States. His Reshoring Initiative offers resources and information for companies which want to move factories from overseas to the U.S. He spoke to Product Design and Development in […]
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