One of the main limitations of 3D printing is its "slowness". Often, though, this is an issue only when one actually needs to manufacture many identical copies of the same object. Still, it is an issue.
(an interesting update from a project we met at the beginning of our research, from coordinator Prof. Tomasi)
(this is a guest post by the Arrhenius team, whom we met at the Rome Maker Faire 2016)
Arrhenius Wear is a neoprene hot body wrap, which includes a Nichel-Chromium band that can heat up thanks to a simple set of three 3,7 V and 2500 mAh batteries set in a special case.
(LIUC student Lorenzo Di Fulvio decided to focus his master's research on the themes of DiDIY and Education. This guest post by Lorenzo is a presentation of his thesis "Education in the DiDIY Era: Implications and Opportunities")
(this is a guest post by the Hydrobot team members mentioned below)
(Preface: we visited Maker Faire Rome 2016, and invited the most interesting Digital DIY projects we found there to present themselves here on the DiDIY blog. We are happy to do so (SEE BELOW!), because on one hand, it helps us to collect relevant material for our mission, all in one place. On the other, it helps all our readers to understand how wide and dynamic the Digital DIY phenomenon is.