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Hackaday Editors take a look at all of the interesting uses of technology that pop up on the internet each week. Topics cover a wide range like bending consumer electronics to your will, designing circuit boards, building robots, writing software, 3D printing interesting objects, and using machine tools. Get your fix of geeky goodness from new episodes every Friday morning.
 
The art and technology podcast bridges the gap between the traditional studio and digital technologies. It offers a generous helping of innovation and a smidgen of science, all combined by very creative people. Artists, researchers, resources, inventors, and some topics that are extreme and unusual are discussed. Further topic discussions on each topic can be found on the forums at digitalsculpting.net
 
Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast This is the intro podcast to give you a little background on me and what I would like to do with this podcast I’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity. There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast ...
 
Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
Welcome to the Lattice podcast, the official podcast for 3DHEALS. This is where you will find fun but in-depth conversations (by founder Jenny Chen) with technological game-changers, creative minds, entrepreneurs, rule breakers, and more focusing on how we can use 3D technologies, like 3D printing and bioprinting to reinvent healthcare and even life sciences. This podcast will also include AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions, past Instagram Live interviews, and other direct engagements with our T ...
 
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Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys bubble sort the best hardware hacks so you don't miss 'em. This week we're smitten by the perfection of a telephone tape loop message announcer. We enjoyed seeing Blender's ray tracing to design mirrors, and a webcam and computer monitor to stand in for triple-projector-based fractal fun. There's a b…
 
Raise Capital for Your Invention – Tim Cooley – Ep 106 Tim is the author of the #1 trending book on raising capital, The Pitch Deck Book: How To Present Your Business And Secure Investors. He is the Executive Director for Park City Angels and a Partner at ViaCap. He has worked with 100s of early-stage companies in marketing, sales, product developm…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams help you get caught up on a week of wonder hacks. We don't remember seeing a floppy drive headline the demoscene, but sure enough, there's a C64 demo that performs after the computer is disconnected. What causes bench tools to have unreliable measurements? Sometimes a poor crystal choice lets AC ruin…
 
In this week’s episode of MakingChips, hosts Jim Carr and Jason Zenger bring in Federico Sciammarella, the President & CTO of MxD, to discuss the basics of cybersecurity, including the types of cyber attacks, and how a manufacturing leader can equip their shop with a strategic plan to prevent and deal with potential cyber threats. Segments 0:08 | A…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys dive into a week of exceptional hacks. Tip-top of the list has to be the precision measuring instrument that uses a cable spooling mechanism. There's news that the Starlink base station firmware has been dumped and includes interesting things like geofencing for the developer modes. We saw a garage r…
 
In this week’s episode of MakingChips, hosts Jim Carr and Nick Goellner talk with Nick St.Cyr, a Product Manager at Methods Machine Tools, about his history in the manufacturing industry, the role of a product manager, and the importance of establishing a vision of the future for your company. Segments: 0:11 | Jim mentions his experience with Amper…
 
Online Learning, Evertus.com – Raunak Dutta and John Myers – Ep 104 John and Raunak teamed up to create a new online learning platform called Evertus.com. John held a career in Logistics for over 4 years, for two of those years he was a mentor and teacher guiding people through budgeting and being more proficient in their careers. Raunak learned mo…
 
In this episode of Instagram live, we had the pleasure to interview Jordi Tura the CEO and founder of Xkelet on his entrepreneur journey and on 3D printing immobilization orthotic devices since 2014, which started with his own broken arm. In addition to the technical aspects of Xkelet's products, we also talked about how to grow a company ground up…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams look through the most interesting hacks of the week. We spent ample time in adulation of the automatons built by François Junod; wizard-level watchmaking wrapped in endless levels of artistic detail. A couple projects stuffed into old cellphones turned Elliot's head. We got to see what happens if you…
 
In this episode of MakingChips, hosts Jim Carr and Jason Zenger meet with Paul Van Metre of ProShop ERP to discuss 10 things to consider when going through the process of getting AS9100 certified. Segments: 0:13 | Jim talks about his time using Amper Technologies machine monitoring systems under their pilot program 2:27 | Jim shares manufacturing n…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys marvel at the dangerous projects on display this week, including glass etching with hydrofluoric acid and pumping 200,000 A into a 5,000 A fuse. A new board that turns the Raspberry Pi into an SDR shows off the power of the secondary memory interface (SMI) present in those Broadcom chips. We also dis…
 
Software Product Developer - Ryan Frederick – Ep 105 Ryan is a founder and product person at heart. He has had the privilege of being part of starting and growing several software and service companies over the years. Currently, he leads an elite team of 70 product designers and data problem solvers at his company AWH. We go into details of how you…
 
In this episode of MakingChips, hosts Jim Carr and Jason Zenger talk with Peter Eelman, Vice President and Chief Experience Officer of AMT, about IMTS 2022, the return of their in-person trade show, and what’s in store for the future of IMTS events. Segments:0:08 | Jim talks about his time with the Amper Technologies pilot program for machine monit…
 
In this episode, we were able to have an in-depth conversation surrounding not just Amy Karle's major artworks using 3D printing and Bioprinting, but also her personal journey as a bioartist and the meanings behind her artworks. The two works we focused on include : 1. Regenerative Reliquary, which is a bioprinted scaffold with stem cells in the sh…
 
Hackaday Editor in Chief Mike Szczys is taking a bit of vacation this week, so Managing Editor Elliot Williams is joined by Staff Writer Dan Maloney to talk about all the cool hacks and great articles that turned up this week. Things were busy, so there was plenty to choose from, but how would we not pick one that centers around strapping a jet eng…
 
Instagram account: @healthdesignlab About our Guest Robert Pugliese: Robert S. Pugliese is Director of Innovation Design at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health where he co-founded the Health Design Lab, a creative space built with the purpose of merging together design-studio ethos with science-oriented discipline to foster innovation …
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure to chat with professor Stephanie Willerth at the University of Victoria, also the founder of Axolotl Biosciences. Stephanie is not only an expert in bioprinting and bioinks in general, but also one of a few scientists in the world focusing on using 3D cell models on common but devastating neurological diseases su…
 
I had a lot of fun chatting with this international group of young entrepreneurs out of KTH from Akira Science ( @akirascience) in Sweden. We started the conversation on how the members of the team met. Then we moved onto the biopolymers the team is working on and commercializing, including why it is important to have controllable biodegradable bio…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys marvel at the awesome hacks from the past week. We had way too much fun debated whether a wind-powered car can travel faster than the wind, and whether or not you can call that sailing. Low-temperature desoldering was demystified (it's the bismuth!) while a camera gimbal solves the problem of hand tr…
 
MakingChips hosts Jim Carr and Jason Zenger sit down with Akshat Thirani, the CEO and Co-founder of Amper Technologies, Inc., and Charles Morley, the President of Schleifring Medical Systems, to talk about how Charles implemented Amper technology in his shop, and the benefits it has had on his business. Segments: 0:21 Nick talks about how he sees P…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams discuss a great week of hardware hacks. Two delightful mechanical hacks focus on bicycles: one that puts a differential on the front fork, and the other a flywheel between the knees. Elliot was finally impressed by something involving AI -- a machine-learning guitar pedal. You've heard of a delta bot…
 
Hosts Nick Goellner, Jim Carr and Jason Zenger are joined by Mark Cunningham and Kim Akimoto from CLEAR Solutions Sales Consulting to discuss the differences between product and sales management at manufacturing companies, and how strategic sales tools can lead sales teams to success. Segments: 0:06 Jim talks about how he found an easy-to-install m…
 
In this episode of MakingChips, Jim Carr, Jason Zenger and Nick Goellner discuss Retirement: Yes, No or Never. This could be a step in evaluating your decision whether you are a manufacturing leader at the highlight of your career or at the beginning stages of your career with plans for greatness. Segments: 0:14 | Jim talks about Amper Technologies…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys recount a week of awesome hacks. One you might have missed involves a Roku-based smart TV that was rooted and all secrets laid bare for the sole purpose of making an Ambilight setup work with it. We take a look at a creative blade-tracking system for a scrollsaw CNC project, and a robot arm that brin…
 
In this live Youtube interview, I had the pleasure of getting to the co-founders (also husband and wife) for 3D Biotechnology Solutions, Ana Millás and Pedro Massaguer. 3DBS is the first Brazilian startup that brought bioprinters to its local research institutions and market, and now it is gearing up to expand its global market including that of th…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams pick up on the neatest hacks you may have missed. We start off with another "What's that Sound?" so put your geeky-ears to the test and win a Hackaday Podcast T-shirt. Here are a couple of classic hacks to bring you joy: music based on Markov chains, and a squiggly take on the classic Nokia game of s…
 
In this episode of MakingChips, Jason, Jim and Nick discuss the R&D Tax Credit. This could be a huge saving for your manufacturing company, but please don’t take this episode as legal, accounting or any similar advice; you should contact a professional after you have listened to this episode. Segments: 0:40 | Jim points out that he utilizes ProShop…
 
Follow 3DHEALS: https://linktr.ee/3dheals https://www.instagram.com/3dheals In this Episode of 3dhealsLive, we spoke about the unique journey for Dr. Zille on how he was a hobbyist CAD designer for cars (since 17 years old) to a CMF surgeon. What was the first clinical case that inspired him to dig deeper into using 3D printing for CMF and implants…
 
Save Money with Solar Panels - Stephan Scherer- Ep 103 Stephan Scherer was born and raised in Vienna, Austria. He attended the Technical University of Vienna (also took part in Duke University’s exchange program), then started work as an engineer in Siberia’s oil fields. He founded CraftStrom in 2017 after first, private work on mobile solar system…
 
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