[Noisebridge-discuss] Fwd: New equipment for noisebridge :)
veryprofessionalguy at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 20:48:04 UTC 2015
Here's a vid on the process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMjtmsr3CqA
I think an advantage of injection molding are 'smoothness' possibly?
For instance, at work we have a transparent elevator button, but it's
chipped and nasty looking now. I'd yeild to anyone else with actual
experience, but I thought that using a 3D printer for this transparent
part would produce suboptimal results with nasty ridges and such. Is
that the case? I'm kind of a fabrication noob trap in the s/w world atm.
Maybe someone else can post out some other advantageous use cases for
the new equipment.
On 12/04/2015 12:18 PM, Patrick O'Doherty wrote:
> I have zero details about the machine itself. Maybe someone could reach out to
> Pablo to ask for more specifics?
> Would this be useful to the community? I feel like 3d printers are much closer
> aligned with our fabrication needs
> On Fri, Dec 04, 2015 at 10:40:40AM -0800, John Ellis wrote:
>> Hi Patrick,
>> Do we know what the material and tooling(die) requirements are? A few
>> details such as the type/model might make things easier clearer.
>> If it works out, and get used effectively, it would be great for NB. The
>> learning curve would be somewhat steep though.
>> IMHO Encouraging local production is a very good thing, but not so easy in
>> PS. My background is in programming and electronics, not manufacturing or
>> 3D design.
>> On Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 10:14 AM, Patrick O'Doherty <p at trickod.com> wrote:
>>> This came into secretary@ and could be interesting for the space.
>>> ----- Forwarded message from Pablo Criado-P??rez <pablo at droponic.com>
>>>> Date: Fri, 04 Dec 2015 17:24:29 +0000
>>>> From: Pablo Criado-P??rez <pablo at droponic.com>
>>>> To: secretary at noisebridge.net
>>>> Subject: New equipment for noisebridge :)
>>>> Hi Noisebridge!
>>>> First, awesome space! I have a small proposition, we are looking to buy
>>> an injection molding machine
>>>> but only need to use it a few times a month. So I thought it could be
>>> great to
>>>> place it in noisebridge and share it with the community! Now I now this
>>> can sometimes be a large machine, but I think it is definitely
>>>> worth having. We want to launch this cool product we designed, but
>>>> injection molding is just to expensive. And this is a problem many people
>>>> struggle with. So having the machine I think could really help people
>>> out, and
>>>> give them the chance to make more
>>>> Would love to hear what you think,
>>>> Thanks! Pablo
>>>> Pablo Criado-P??rez
>>>> Founder & CEO, Droponic
>>>> Phone: +1 857-200-3240
>>>> Email: pablo at droponic.com
>>>> Website: http://droponic.com
>>>> Skype: jonycp
>>>> Address: San Francisco, CA
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