Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cubehero busts out categories

For a long time, Cubehero didn’t have categories, since there was a low number of physible projects. However, by far, this was the most requested feature that you all have asked for. I’m glad to say that its here! Categories

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“3D printing makes you a superhero” and other insights from Bay Area Software Engineers Meetup

This week, I attended the Bay Area Software Engineers meetup on 3D printing. I haven’t really gone much to these things, because the information presented is usually pretty rudimentary. However, in spirit of talking to more people interested in 3D

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Ever wanted to spray vodka in your mouth?

Looking around a restaurant, I saw different type of dispensers, from nozzles to pumps. That got me thinking, why there weren’t sprays? For something like ketchup, it’s obvious the viscosity would be too much. But what about vodka? Haven’t people

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Cubehero launches support for all six creative commons licenses

  I heard that some of you took issue with only having a single license for your physible projects. Now, you can set it to any of the six creative commons licenses. It’s available when you create or edit the

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