Critical Approaches to Culture + Communications

A Weblog by Ron Burnett (Founded in 1994 and now celebrating 23 Years!!)

This site began as one of the first academic sites in Canada when the World Wide Web was in its early phase of development. I have maintained it through many iterations since 1994.

Beyond 3D PrInting (TED 2015)

As it turns out, 3D printing is really additive!! Objects are produced by printing in 2D over and over again. The CEO of Carbon3D showed a new machine that uses light and oxygen to rapidly grow objects from a liquid. One of the applications could be stents designed for patients on the spot when they are needed. The process is 25-100 times faster than conventional 3D printing. Check out carbon3d.com