How Do You Drive a Human Powered Sub? With a 3D Printed Propellor

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This is a Makerbot Industries CupCake CNC open source 3D printer, being demoed at Codebits 2009 by the AltLab crew.

Rapid prototyping machines such as these have existed for some time, but they were the domain of big corporations. Now, any enthusiast can build one to have at home! The future is going to be very interesting.

How Do You Drive a Human Powered Sub? With a 3D Printed Propellor
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Human Powered Submarine Requires 3D Printed Propeller
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CRP Group is a conglomerate of companies mostly focused around the interests of computerized creation — 3D printing, CNC machining China, and so forth. Experts in the area of precision rapid manufacturing China, their products have found uses in Formula One, …
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