Year: 2016

THREEDY 3D Printer Training Day January 2017

Would you like to learn about getting the most out of your THREEDY 3D Printer?  Come to our next THREEDY 3D Printer Training Day in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire  on Wednesday 11th January 2017 The hands-on interactive training day will cover:

Letchworth Model Railway Exhibition

A slightly belated post to say firstly: thank you very much to Letchworth Model Railway Society for giving us the opportunity to attend their 2016 exhibition in November. secondly: thank you to the Austrial Railway Group for freeing up space for us

Oh Deer

We have an additional task today at PuzzleShed HQ: nursing this baby deer back to good health (and hoping to find its mum to reunite them)   ps: THREEDY 3D Printers are NOT deer! Please follow us:

Carbon Fibre 3D Printing

We are getting some great results using our THREEDY 3D Printers to print with carbon fibre (carbon fibre filled plastic filament) After some tweaking, the resulting prints are incredibly strong. It does not crack when screws are screwed in through

G4G COM Letchworth 2016… It’s almost here!

Preparations are well underway here for our Gathering 4 Gardener Celebration of Mind event, which we are hosting in Letchworth Garden City this Saturday.   We have lots of interesting talks lined up, including: 2016 Chains Blowing Up Buildings Magic

Code and Chips with Hacklab and ARM

Yesterday Simon and Richard, along with several of our THREEDY 3D Printers, had a great day out at the Cambridge Science Centre for this fantastic event.  Code & Chips 2016 was a day of technology workshops and exhibitions aimed at getting students from

An Invitation: Gathering 4 Gardner Celebration of Mind 2016

We are excited to be once again hosting a fantastic day sharing interesting puzzles, maths, magic & science. Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire  Saturday 22nd October     What is G4G? Martin Gardner was an American writer who pioneered the field

Back To School

The children were back to school this week. In preparation (and with hope of increasing the chance that they will return home with their own belongings) THREEDY 3D Printed these personalised name tag labels. Threedy 3D Printers – Timeline |

3D Printing Impossible Objects

When metagrobologist David Singmaster gave his talk on Impossible Grilles at MathsJam 2015, it inspired Simon to print some of these “impossible objects” using the THREEDY 3D Printer he happened to have to hand.  Whilst travelling around medieval cities, particularly during Italian

Ambiguous Cylinders on the West Highland Way

Simon and his family enjoyed their summer holiday walking the West Highland Way – yes, all 96 miles of it. Greetings to the physicists from University of Munster, with whom we shared these Ambiguous Cylinders. The ambiguous cylinders were printed on a THREEDY