This year’s iOSDevCamp took place from Aug. 22-24 at eBay’s San Jose campus, and we co-sponsored the event with Capital One. The largest iOS Developer hackathon event focused on the new iOS8, with the 2014 Series 1 3D Printer as the Wildcard Prize.
Join us tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 18) at the SoMa StrEat Food Park with 3D Hubs and Pinshape for the Hot Off the Press event. We will be there with our 2014 Series 1 3D printer and will also be raffling off some 3D prints of designs from Pinshape’s library.
The event is free and you can RSVP online to see who else will be going. See you tomorrow!
Our former R&D intern Vaibhav Sharma took a closer look at last Monday’s supermoon and shared the results with us. He was able to shoot some fantastic photos of the days after the supermoon with his telescope and Sony Cybershot camera, and he 3D printed an adapter and focuser to help him photograph. Great work, Vaibhav!
Photo credit: Vaibhav Sharma
This weekend the eBay campus in San Jose will be hosting the iOSDevCamp 2014 event, and Type A Machines will be there as a sponsor! We want you to join us at the largest iOS Developer event outside of Apple, so we’re giving you guys a special discount for tickets.
The iOS8 & Internet of Things Hackathon takes place Friday, Aug. 22 – Sunday, Aug. 24 and will focus on the new capabilities of iOS8 in a collaborative manner with various teams and organizations. We will be present with our 2014 Series 1 3D Printer, which will also be the prize for the Hackathon’s winners.
Purchase your tickets online, and get $30 off your ticket with the code ios2014typea_735. Women and students get a 50% off discount for tickets with the codes ios2014women_506 and ios2014student_340.
We hope to see you there!
Tomorrow, Friday, July 25, we will be teaming up with 3D Hubs for our next event, and you’re invited!
Join us from 6-9pm at the SoMa StrEat Park to see our Series 1 3D printer in action and find out more about 3D printing. There will be drink specials, along with sample prints and some 3D-printed giveaways. Whether you’re an expert or just a new beginner, we invite you to connect with the local community to find out more about 3D printing.
The beloved 7×7 mile city of San Francisco has been shrunk to a 3D-printed model by CAD company Autodesk using a digital model provided by design company Steelblue. The 3D printed cityscape shows San Francisco three years from now, providing city planners with a bird’s eye view of future developments and projects currently under construction.
This weekend marks the fourth annual San Francisco Green Film Festival, and for the second year in a row, we are 3D printing their awards! The film showcase starts tomorrow, Thursday, May 29, until Wednesday, June 4th at the Roxie Theater in the Mission District of San Francisco.
Here are last year’s awards, printed on our previous Series 1 model.