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3D Printing - Startup Digest - Advanced DIY - January 13th - January 20th

Startup Digest

3D Printing

January 13, 2017

Hey you.

How are things? 

I've been frantically drinking obscene amounts of Theraflu to get rid of some early Flu like symptoms. 

Also, decided to binge watch a bunch of shows recently (like: Narcos, Stranger Things, The Exorcist and Westworld) -- Westworld is SOOOO GOOD.

Anyway, I got a short digest for you this week.

We'll be covering:

1.) Mark Zuckerberg's 3D Printed dog
2.) Some advanced DIY projects
3.) 3D Printed prosthetics
4.) The Cel Robox Kickstarter
5.) CES 2017 highlights
6.) Supercraft3D out of Singapore.

That's it.

As always, hit me up anytime by hitting reply to this email or sending me an email at

See you next time my friend!

Favorite Quote this week: 
I shared a dark suspicion that the life we were leading was a lost cause, that we were all actors, kidding ourselves along on a senseless odyssey. It was the tension between these two poles - a restless idealism on one hand and a sense of impending doom on the other - that kept me going. Hunter S. Thompson, The Rum Diary

3D Printing Startup Digest is curated by:

Dilanka - Growth @ AstroPrint

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[VIDEO] - Zuckerberg 3D Prints His Dog

Mark Zuckerberg -

Zuckerberg recently posted a video of a 3D Printed sculpture being made of his dog using the Oculus (for modeling). Pretty cool. (YouTube Mirror)

[DIY] - Convert a 3D Printer into a CNC Mill

Thomas Sanladerer -

Cool DIY Project -- just in case you are looking to scratch your home DIY itch. 

[DIY] - Molten Glass 3D Printer

Stefanie -

Well, this is not really a standard (easy) DIY project. It's got a propane/oxygen welding torch for god sakes. In either case, still interesting. 

[DIY] - Shipping Container 3D Printer

Make -

This is an interesting concept, but it looks like it's poorly executed. Hopefully this will inspire others to improve upon this design and make a better version of this idea. 

[NEWS] - More 3D Printed Prosthetics

TCT Magazine -

It's always cool to see folks using 3D Printing to improve the lives of people in need of low cost prosthetics. This is another good case study -- by one GE Engineer. 

[KICKSTARTER ] - Cel Robox Products

Cel -

Cel makes very interesting 3D Printers. I've seen them in person at CES 2016 and can confirm the engineering quality. Looks like they are running a Kickstarter for some new peripheral products. Check it out if you are interested.

[NEWS] - Top 7 3D Printing Announcements at CES

Engineering -

Obviously not a comprehensive overview, but if you missed CES 2017, this is a decent overview of some of the highlights. 

[COMPANY] - Supercraft3D

SuperCraft3D -

This is a singapore based company that just raised $1M. Looks like they are working in the 3D Printing/Orthopedics/Medical space. Don't know much about the details though.

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