In this video Simone builds a musical instrument. She combines a number of teeth with a keyboard in order to create music. During the process she uses MakerBeam for a temporary framework to test opening and closing of the teeth.
Andy from Austria made a 3D printer framework based on the items in a MakerBeam Regular Starter Kit (art. no. 100012/100034). You can find some pictures here. Videos of the 3D printing, plotting and milling will be published later. He is also working on a building instruction and a Bill of Materials. Stay tuned for more and enjoy the first pictures!
/100034). You can find some pictures here. Videos of the 3D printing, plotting and milling will be published later. He is also working on a building instruction and a Bill of Materials. Stay tuned for more and enjoy the first pictures!
Andy built a complete
3D-printer-frame out of one “MakerBeam Regular Starter Kit” with just a
few additional screws and parts. The main target of his project is to
construct a low cost 3D-printer/cnc-mill/plotter with easy available
parts. See pictures below.
A new product is available! It is the right angle bracket pictured below. To see the product in our webshop click here or on the picture.
The introduction of a new bracket is a good start for the new year we thought. This right angle bracket is very similar to the 90 degree bracket. It’s right angle shape however gives the opportunity to connect the beams crosswise. And with beams we mean both OpenBeam and MakerBeam beams! This fastener is suited for both. Below are a few more pictures.
Of course we have been tinkering with MakerBeam ourselves. What we noticed is that preparation will speed up the building process. It is so much easier to first prepare some brackets. The next step then becomes real easy. You just slide the beams into place.