Microfluidics deals with the behaviour, precise control and manipulation of fluids that are geometrically constrained to a small, typically sub-millimeter, scale. (wikipedia) You may need to mix very small amountsRead More →

You can spend hours sanding and polishing clear PLA 3D prints and never get to a real transparent finish. We’ve started experimenting with a product called XTC-3D, a resin whichRead More →

DML Assistant Janice Zhao has been working with Blender’s fluid simulation module. This animated chocolate fountain looks pretty good, I must have watched it a hundred times now. Mesmerizing.  Read More →

We’ve been messing with projection mapping these past two weeks. The idea is that you look at the wall mural from a spot right in front of our service deskRead More →

Last year we took a up a photometry collaboration with our Digital Library Development Program and Dr. Watts from the UCSD History dept. ¬† We took hundreds of ¬†super highRead More →

We’ve been getting a lot of business printing and helping design custom bits for mouse research. Stairs, brain holders, tongue extenders, we’re happy to help. We can also help trainRead More →