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Cabe Atwell
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Comment:Home please - Cabe Atwell-12/28/2012
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Solidoodle 3 Provides High-Quality 3D Printing on the Cheap
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/21/2012  7 comments
Fierce competition has spurred Solidoodle to release the third iteration of its printer with updated parts and better performance.
Comment:Re: Suprising - Cabe Atwell-12/20/2012
Comment:Re: Leak s - Cabe Atwell-12/20/2012
Slideshow: What Does the Future Hold for Man & Machine?
Blog 
12/18/2012  33 comments
Will we soon have robotic companions helping us with our day-to-day work? The industry is headed in that direction, but is it happening fast enough?
Autodesk Teams With IZOD IndyCar to Innovate the Racing World
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/17/2012  9 comments
Autodesk is teaming up with IZOD IndyCar Series in a three-year deal meant to expose and familiarize all of the IndyCar race teams with the entire Autodesk collection of software.
Comment:closed - Cabe Atwell-12/13/2012
Comment:the challenge - Cabe Atwell-12/11/2012
3D-Printed Weapons & the Consequences
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/11/2012  111 comments
A 3D-printed gun has been test fired, and it works. Is it an engineering marvel or a disaster waiting to happen?
Comment:Re: Technology - Cabe Atwell-12/10/2012
Comment:Re: Safety - Cabe Atwell-12/7/2012
Fabrication Technique Gives Graphene the Flexibility for Future Transistors
Blog 
12/7/2012  5 comments
As electronics become smaller and faster, graphene transistors will become the center of attention for helping the transition from old-school to fast future in the coming decade.
Comment:Total - Cabe Atwell-12/4/2012
Rapidform 3D Scanner Recreates Ancient Caves
CAD/CAM Corner 
12/4/2012  11 comments
Is Rapidform a tool every engineer needs to have under his belt to stay competitive in the modern manufacturing industry?


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