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5 things you can make with a 3D Printer

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This much talked about technology, is constantly in the news when new developments or progress is made on ongoing projects. The reason why this revolutionary machinery is so popular is because of its potential and what it could help home and business users achieve. Imagine creating your own shoes, t-shirts or even food! The possibilities of what could be created is endless but check out these 5 things that are actually possible.

1. Build your own robot

The MIT (Massachusetts institute of technology) were granted $10 million from the National Science Foundation to carry out their project on developing a desktop technology that would allow user to design, create and print your own specialised robot. The potential of this is huge as robots can be created to ensure disaster relief and personalized health care.

2. Make you own jewellery

Every woman’s dream. Just imagine how much money would be saved if you created your own necklaces and bracelets plus, you could be as creative and imaginative as you like. Many wholesale traders are creating their own jewellery and passing it on to reseller using this 3D technology but I don’t think it’s quite ready yet for home users.

3. Medical Industry: Bones

Yes that’s right, bones! I had to look twice when I first read this but 3D printer can actually be used to create “bone like” material which in turn can be used to repair injuries. 3D printers were first used to produce 3D objects from damaged bone images by first using a CAT scanner to produce the image, followed by a 3D printer to create the model.

4. Shoes

Melissas, a Brazilian footwear company created a shoe for women out of the plastic known as Melflex. The difficulty is that most polymers that are used within 3D printers are hard and inflexible which can make the object uncomfortable but students and designers haven’t been deferred by this and are finding new ways to make the shoes more comfortable.

5. Food

Can you imagine having a 3D printer next to microwave? Many restaurants and food outlets would be able to use this for food that requires high precision like cake or icing decorations. Who knows in five years’ time, you could have one in your home?

Well that’s it, 5 things that can be made with a 3D printer but what If you had access to a 3D printer, what would you create?

Daniel Whittaker; works at Cartridge Monkey, a company that suppliers ink cartridges in the Uk. Daniel manages the content at Cartridges Monkey and loves to write on website optimisation.

T-Shirts Crossing Over

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As the average age of the global population begins to decrease, and the population numbers begin to increase at an alarming rush, the apparel industry has been gearing up for a more pedestrian alternative to everyday wear. It seems their research has pointed them in the direction of an old Navy issue – the T-Shirt. Since entering service almost a hundred years ago, the t-shirt has since retired from the army and joined the civilian ranks around the world.

Hollywood Icons

In its spare time, the t-shirt has even made it so fray into Hollywood where the likes of Jimmy Dean and Fonzie have made the white t-shirt the only match to leather jackets. In a time when simplicity ruled the day, t-shirts captured the imagination of a generation that catapulted it from mere heavy duty inner shirt, to every day outer wear. An impressive transformation especially since the T-shirt is one of those things that has become a mainstay in every closet. Regardless of whether the other occupants are tuxedos and suits or if they’re coveralls and jeans, the t-shirt has found its home.

Rugged Ware

It even pulls double duty. From working all day in the fields, it is also an accompanying apparel to go to bed. College t-shirts have been the in-thing since a long time past and till today, it is normal to put on the oldest t-shirt in the closet along with sweats and socks and read a good book on a rainy spring day.

Summer Ware

Even if the weather warmed and the mercury began its upward assent, the t-shirt was still the choice, in fact, the better choice and if it got too hot, the t-shirt was easily removed. As the ages have matured and the genders less divided, this humble cotton whites has become her favorite too. The loose and comfortable cotton that covers the skin but reveals the form is something that never seems to go out of style or leave the imagination.

Moving from summer to fall and on to winter, the t-shirt may still remain in active duty. Retirement does not seem to be in this hardy apparel’s vocabulary. It can always be worn under a shirt as an undershirt that serves to keep you warm outdoors and once you hang up your coat indoors, the t-shirt is enough to keep you cool with the heater on. The T-Shirt is one of the most admirable ways to keep warm, keep cool and be comfortable all in one.

Writer Jason Flemming appreciates it if you like his post. He is an artist and writer with www.tshirtprinting.org

Famous Hawaiian Shirt Wearers: Bright Has Always Been The New Black

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The Hawaiian shirt might not be the most humble of wardrobe items and, for the most part, seems to be the uniform of the early retirement, slightly larger than large man eager to show that after a career spent in button down collars and drab suits he can be fun. Don’t allow this fact to deter you. A Hawaiian shirt can be cool, something these fellows know and demonstrate perfectly.

Elvis

For periods this was an Elvis staple. The King loved Hawaii and this was reflected in his wardrobe. His collection of shirts was apparently large and splendid. The acting career of Elvis was punctuated with a variety of films set around the islands and his cool went off the scale whilst exhibiting the finest of shirts playing Chadwick Gates in Blue Hawaii.

Hunter S. Thompson

Famed for his gonzo journalism Hunter loved a Hawaiian shirt. It was part of his style and he tended to opt for particularly loud variations. If you’re in doubt about the ‘cool’ of this guy don’t be. He invented shotgun golf with Bill Murray at 3:30 am.

Tom Selleck

Magnum PI to many people might have actually damaged the image of the Hawaiian shirt. This to me is a pure fallacy. Admittedly, tucking it in to tight white shorts was probably a bad idea. Nevertheless when coupled with a Ferrari and a manly mustache Tom was a resident of hip-ville!

Chunk

Truffle shuffle! The roundest member of the goonies was a purveyor of the Hawaiian shirt and was not averse to raising it on high to perform his signature dance, which quickly became the scourge of portly kids the world over. When it is all said and done though, everyone loved Chunk.

Tony Montana

It is fair to say that Tony Montana brought an edge to the Hawaiian shirt. Notably a chainsaw shaped edge in the film’s most gruesome sequence. Add to this coke-fuelled shoot-outs and plenty of inappropriately aggressive behavior and an association with Scarface would seem like a bad thing. However, whether you see De Palma’s movie as a warning on the corrupting nature of cash and power or an aspirational blueprint on coming from nothing and becoming something, the Hawaiian shirt is central.

Quagmire

He loves the ladies and the ladies love him. And I’m pretty sure it has a lot to do with his trademark Hawaiian shirt. He might have a foot fetish, hate Brian and have unresolved issues with Cheryl Tiegs, but that’s why we love him, right?

Romeo

Baz Luhrman gave the Shakespearean heart throb a bit of a makeover when DiCaprio took the role in his spunky teen opera version of the classic tragedy. One of the updates was to don Romeo in a spectacular blue Hawaiian shirt, along with the rest of his Montague crew as they skulked and quarreled on Verona beach. Inspired.

Ricardo Smith has a fine collection of Hawaiian shirts that light up the Find Me A Gift office where he spends his time reveling in the world of novelty gifts.

T-shirt Art: A Fun and Inexpensive Way to Express Yourself

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Are you fond of taking words, pictures, colors and turning them into catchy designs? You can take short, witty statements and images and put your personal touch to a unique and custom T-shirt art design to come up with wearable art that reflects your own personality.

Design Inspiration

There are lots of methods in creating your very own T-shirt design. However, you must see what techniques are the best and what will suit your budget. You can customize your designs through Photoshop software. If you find it hard to do, then you can just browse the internet and look for the designs you want. Just copy the image or text you want and save it in your computer.

You can still make the design original or custom-made by adding some details that are purely your own. Aside from looking for images online, you can also draw your own T-shirt design, then add some text/s, a slogan, or even your favorite catchphrase.

Nowadays, T-shirts are sometimes used to advertise and promote individual products, large companies, box office films and eCommerce websites. This is a very effective yet affordable way to gain more customers and clients since T-shirts are a basic part of everyone’s clothing. T-shirts are a part of almost everyone’s fashion styles – for both men and women, and for all age groups, including babies, teens, and adults.

Screen Printing

The most common method used in T-shirt designing is the screen-printing method. In screen-printing, you make your own design by drawing and then cutting the design into a framed silk screen. The design itself is printed using the silk screen as a guide for the ink distribution, much like a stencil. Screen printing is the most popular method for creating T-shirt designs because it is cost-effective and efficient, making it highly suitable for mass production.

Other known methods of designing T-shirts includes the airbrush method, appliqué technique, embroidery, embossing or impressing, as well as iron-on designs using transfer papers that require heat. Dye sublimation is also another method that is gaining popularity. You can do this with the aid of laser printers. This type of printer is capable of printing your desired design on a plain paper by applying a special toner containing a solution like sublimation dyes which is permanently heat-transferred to your T-shirts, thus transferring the printed design into the fabric.

At present, “statement shirts” have become very popular as well. Most people make use of fashion statements to represent a person’s emotions or opinions. Many individuals choose unique statement designs for their T-shirts by spoofing popular names, brands, statements and many more.

T-shirt art designing and printing is also a fun activity to do with kids who want to explore and express themselves as well. You see, creating a different kind of craft through designing T-shirts is really fun to do. Kids will certainly get a kick out of designing – and then wearing– their own shirts.

The author is a freelance writer with more than a decade of writing experience under his belt. He writes reviews of debt consolidation and credit monitoring plans. Click here for information on credit monitoring.

Basic Crayon T-Shirt Art Tutorial

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Art is a great fun activity for kids, but did you know that you could turn it into something even more creative? You can turn your child’s crayon art into an amazing t-shirt art.

This tutorial will teach you two ways to put a child’s crayon artwork onto a t-shirt. The first method is through the Color-on-Shirt Method:

Materials:

  • Pre-washed cotton t-shirt
  • Piece of Card board for inserting inside the shirt
  • Crayola crayons or Fabric crayons
  • Gentle brush
  • Wax paper
  • Flat iron

Directions:

  1. Pre-wash and dry the t-shirt to avoid sizing and shrinkage
  2. Place the card board inside the shirt and let your child color directly on the shirt fabric. (Let your child use fabric crayons; Crayola crayons will also do – there’s something in its wax formula that makes it work.)
  3. After your child’s crayon art is done, brush off the excess crayons you don’t want to include in the t-shirt design.
  4. Then, place a wax paper on to the artwork, shiny side down. Do not remove the card board inside the shirt, and then set the flat iron on to Cotton setting.
  5. Iron press on to the paper without moving the iron back-and-forth. Press firmly until all of the crayon design is pressed permanently on to the shirt, but being careful not to scorch the fabric.

Another way to make crayon art t-shirt is through the Transfer Method. For this method, you will use the following materials:

Materials:

  • Pre-washed synthetic blend t-shirt
  • Piece of Card board for inserting inside the shirt
  • Fabric crayons or Crayola crayons
  • Freezer paper or any type of white paper
  • Flat iron

Instructions:

  1. Let your child color a piece of freezer paper or any type of white paper. He or she would need to color heavily so that enough of the crayon will be transferred on to the t-shirt. (Remember that the artwork would be a mirror image of the shirt’s final design. Letterings would need to be done backwards.)
  2. Next, place a piece of card board inside the synthetic blend t-shirt
  3. Lay the colored-on paper on to the t-shirt, crayoned side down.
  4. Iron the design onto the back side of the crayoned paper, pressing firmly until the crayon artwork has been transferred completely onto the shirt. Resist the urge to lift the crayoned paper until you are sure that the design transfer is finished, else the t-shirt fabric will tend to shift and you could end up with a design that does not look exactly like what you intend.

In making any kind of t-shirt art, it’s wise to use medium or dark-colored crayons on light-colored t-shirts, and light-colored crayons on dark-colored shirts to make the design really stand out.

The author is a freelance writer who writes about emerging communication technologies.