3D printers and getting smaller, cheaper, and are producing lower resolution models. The new iBox Nano 3D Printer ($269) touts itself as the worlds smallest, most affordable and easiest to use 3D resin Printer. They want to lower the cost of entry to the point everyone can join. With just a touch of a button you can start producing your very own 3d models. There is no software to install, the iBox is wifi enabled and prints 328 microns on the X-Y axis and down to .39 microns on the Z axis. If you’ve been thinking about getting into 3D printing, but have been put off by the cost, the iBox Nano may be the answer to your prayers.
The Monkey Light Pro Bicycle Wheel Display System ($700) allows you to add a little personality to your bike ride. The hardware is made up of 4 bars that create animations with 256 full color LEDs. Sensors track speed and provide a stable, full wheel image from 10 to 40 mph. The 4 bars are ...[Read More]