Hurricane Maria left nearly all people in Puerto Rico without power for months, some places never to have access again and others on a minimum of a five-year timeline before reconnecting to the [...]
Read how 3D printing created a solution for the community after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Nearly a year ago, Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico with its Category 5 power. The entire electrical grid was destroyed, water systems were inoperable, 95% of cellular sites were broken [...]
As you may have seen, we launched a global 3D printing contest this summer in pursuit of finding a 3D printed solution to quickly assemble furniture in preparation for this year’s hurricane [...]
If you’re just tuning in, the winner of the Gigabot given away through our 2017 Gigaprize is an unbelievably deserving organization called Magic Wheelchair. We thought you might enjoy [...]
It’s Wednesday January 17th, 2018, and we’re in New York City. Tonight we’ll be on stage at arguably the most well-known arena in the world, Madison Square Garden. Seven [...]
Creative Commons Repost — Sharing a lost city: An innovative collaboration with re:3D and the New Palmyra project
The following is a repost of the Creative Commons blog post about our collaboration with them on the New Palmyra project. Article originally published on April 28, 2017 by Jennie Rose Halperin. [...]