Get inspired to create new, inventive bike accessories for the Velodroom product line! Their current lighting system, watch this video, is smart and practical, they start when you start and stop when you stop. They rear light even turns on when you brake. What would you create in Velodroom style for the daily bike commuter?
We are happy to share that we have paired up with Nokia to give our Community the chance to dream up some cool accessories for the Lumia 820. They are brainstorming what they could create to take advantage of their new wireless charging system and need your help. What do you imagine?
“Mommy, I can’t hear Grandpa!” That was the first difficulty Alex Kukoff’s hearing loss presented. She struggled to hear her grandfather — he was dying of complications of Parkinson’s Disease — through the cell phone pressed against her ear in the noisy atmosphere of her mother’s bathroom.
If you’re a professional Designer or Engineer, GrabCAD Workbench Beta is for you. GrabCADr Extraordinaire Tommy Mueller has been a tremendous asset to us by actively working with actual clients to bring their products to market quicker than before. Like what you see below, the first phase of creation of a new revolutionary shoe called Adaptive Footware™.
Edit: Tommy just made it public! You can see this project right here
Robots immediately bring up connotations of hard metal, whirling motors and precise movements. The rapidly developing field of ‘soft robotics’ is bending that notion by combining pneumatics, 3D printing, silicone rubber and the locomotion of jellyfish and octopi. Air or liquid is forced into specially designed rubber forms, following particular channels to bend the piece or make it rigid in a controllable manner. Who said you had to use metal to make a robot!
Telecommunications giant Nokia just released today that they are releasing a few of the CAD files for their new Lumia 820, free of charge. With a good 3D printer, or even a CNC machine, it’s possible for any GrabCADr to download, redesign or remix the case, fab and then reattach. It’s a tremendous step in the right direction towards Open Engineering for Nokia, the second-largest manufacturers of phones in the World.