Monthly Archive: October 2017
uriBee has just released its smallest toy drone ever — the new H801 which is about the size of a Tiny Whoop. It is also the most inexpensive FuriBee currently available and has a...
It wasn’t long ago when we first read the reports of small buildings being successfully 3D-printed. Now the Dutch have come up with the world’s first 3D-printed bridge. Located in Gemert, the small bridge was designed for cyclists by the Eindhoven University of Technology and assisted by construction company BAM Infra.
New 3D printer brand RAISCUBE has just released two Prusa i3 clones that look set to raise the bar for i3 clones as we know it today. The A8R features an all-metal frame while the R5 features Igus RJ4P-01-08 polymer bearings.
One of the few interesting trickle-down technologies that have made their way into cheap toy drones this year is GPS navigation. Just two years ago, GPS was a feature you’d find only on drones that cost at least a few hundred dollars. Now it’s possible to get a sub-$100 toy drone with GPS that actually works.