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Late last year, I was exploring the endless possibilities with the 3D printers in the realm of creativity. There are elements of our research that need customized components in order to obtain the desired results. We do need this one.


Although most of those already in the market can only do plastics, affordable metal printers have started popping out, too. It’s only a matter of time when these useful applications of technology would become as common as cell phones, just like our experience with Personal Computers.

The advantages of having 3D printers are enormous:

  • Design prototyping is less costly and faster
  • Final design can be replicated at will
  • 3D printing  is not limited to desktop size creations, but can also be applied to more elaborate projects like building constructions, vehicular design and manufacturing, medical solutions, etc.

With 3D printers, one’s imagination can be made real.

Golden Age is, indeed, just right in the corner.

Affordable 3D Metal Printer


A step towards making 3D printing affordable has been made at Michigan Technological University, which presented an open-source 3D metal printer for only $1,500. Detailed plans and software are all open-source and freely available, too.

So far affordable 3D printing has been more about using polymers. Yet we all know that the ‘real thing’ must be made of metal. But the price of 3D metal printers has been the major stumbling block towards making the use of this truly 21st century technology an everyday routine. That is why only wealthy scientific organizations, such as NASA, or the military can afford metal 3D printers that cost well over $500,000.

Now Professor Joshua Pearce and his team of 3D apostles from Michigan Technological University are proclaiming the era of Open Access 3D Printing, having published their “A Low-Cost, Open-Source Metal 3-D Printer,” article in the journal, IEEE Access. Practically anyone who is interested is now free to print objects and make a 3D metal printer of their own.

The team admits that this is only a beginning. The printer is quite basic, but it does print complex geometric objects, putting down thin layers of steel with its kit worth $1,500. The most important components are a small commercial MIG welder and an open-source microcontroller.

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Potential Home Metal 3D Printer: The Vader


The New York Maker Faire 2013 bore witness to a very promising home metal 3D printer. This Liquid Metal Jet printer goes by the name of Vader. The Vader metal 3D printer is created by father-and-son makers Scott and Zack Vader at Vader Systems. Yes, it does have a hexagonal tie-fighter style print bed. Yes, it does come in black…

Liquid Metal Jet Printing (LMJP) builds metal parts – including highly pragmatic break-though applications such as mechanical elements and electronics. LMJP is similar to ink jet printing, whereby every individual molten drop is printed in a specific location.

The first step in the printer process sees an on-board cuboid electric furnace melt metal ingot for the extrusion material. A conventional 400-watt power supply powers the device – energy efficiency is not a problem here. The furnace is seen in the feature image as encased in a glossy-black cube.

Natural or induced magnetism propels the melted metal onto the printer bed: some metals naturally have magnetic properties; others, such as the first planned material for the Vader, aluminum, requires the electrical charge.

A head akin to that of an ink jet printer lays down droplets, layer by layer, building up the molten aluminum additively. By changing the extrusion orifice size, molten spheres of metal are then deposited.

The device can utilize thousands of nozzles to run at a similar speed to that of a 2D inkjet printer.

Zachary Vader, the 20 year old former mechanical engineering student son in the family team, believes copper, silver and gold should be relatively easy to add. Because the electrical conductivity of the metal is key to the printing mechanism, though, adding new materials may require some tweaking of the process,

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What is possible with metal and plastic could also be possible with bio parts.

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The Old 3D School

We can glorify what the use of machines has brought us to, but we shall never forget what the meticulous pair of hands can still do.


Here’s more…

We are lucky and honored to have lived and witnessed the creative genius of  one Randall Rosenthal.

Trapped in A 3D World

Update 24 April 2013: Sweeping the Local Backyard

It was said that a picture is worth a thousand words.

Yesterday, Keenan and his team released this photo update with regards to the fight for the Collateral Accounts which is tantamount to a fight for all our freedoms. Such funds will be used for worldwide eradication of poverty, wars, diseases, and environmental destruction.

The image below portrays Keenan ramming the Cabal with a “Bundestank”… suggesting that any moment from now, the final version of the $ Trillion Lawsuit will be filed that would trigger the mast arrests of the those who still remain at large.


The desperation on the part of the Dark Cabal is probably the reason why another “terror attack” was launched yesterday. I would like to believe that the Boston Marathon Finish Line terror would mean that the fight against the Cabalists is approaching the finish line.

The job is not done yet but we are getting there.

To the victims and their families, if there are any, our heartfelt sympathy.


DHS Agents on the run after the Boston Marathon Bombing?
DHS Agents on the run minutes after the Boston Marathon Bombing?
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No suspects, no motives, no victims?

My 3D World

A decision was made decades ago that to effectively change the system is to fight within that system while letting the mind soar.

Recently, due to the persistent prodding of my cousins, I took a break from my 5D explorations and found myself in a political campaign sortie of my [ex-] brother-in-law, a recently retired police general who’s running for mayor in my little hometown.

So, while Keenan indulged himself with a healthy Asian Massage, I took this rare opportunity to make some people’s heart happy. Sit back and get ready to fall in love once again 😉

Just in case it’s your first time to be in this blog, my town is also a direct victim of the fight for global economic control. Sadly, those who were entrusted for the redevelopment of the town, out of the generous amounts of worldwide help that the local government received since 2006, didn’t live up to our expectations.

Up to Php 700 million of government funds can’t be accounted for during the 6-year term of the incumbent mayor, who happens to be a schoolmate in my university days. The only partial explanation of where the money went is the Php 40 million residential house constructed in a posh Cebu City hillside. [I’ll be getting photos of this property with its happy occupants in a few.]

The man with the orange jacket in the video is a proven reformist. He is a fighter against known gangsters and criminal coddling, abusive politicians alike. No wonder these politicians abhorred his antics, while fellow officers admire and respect him dearly. His name is Ret/Gen Napoleon Cuaton. In 2001, he was awarded as one of the Ten Outstanding Policemen of the Philippines [TOPP].

With sterling track records to show, he is the first qualified administrator to hold the mayoral position of my town since its establishment in 1954. But it is still up to the locals who will give their final verdict come May 13th.

I have never renewed my  registration with the Commission on Elections, nor participated in any political actions since 1998. This means I won’t be voting in the coming local elections.

The popular pro-poor president, Joseph Estrada, who was elected that year was removed by the CIA through a Jesuit Puppet via a military coup led by B/Gen Angelo Reyes, who later blew his head off in front of his mother’s grave.

Ex-President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, who benefited largely on his coup is now under a hospital’s arrest.

Towards Healthcare Emancipation 2.0

We are in the final stages of the work on the second edition of our highly praised ebook “Towards Healthcare Emancipation” in which the first version can still be downloaded for free right here.

After the publication of the second edition, we will begin working for the first edition of “Towards Energy Emancipation” ebook. We will do it with the same fervor and in the same spirit as the first ebook. This is our way of forcing the Emancipation Agenda of the Common Man.

We hope you’ll continue supporting us all the way. We do need everyone’s help. Thank you very much in advance.


One of the significant sources of funds for the Cabal is the healthcare industry which registered a whopping $2.7 trillion in 2011, and is projected to soar to $3.6 trillion in 2016, in the US alone. We believe that this is just a conservative figure.

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Peggy P, $20
Matthew W, $35
Pamela F, $100
David M, $30
Monika ME, $30
Levi H, $20
Rhoda D, $20
Rick G, $50
Keith H, $75

Howard K, $5
Geoffrey D, $10
Mike R, $20
Clayton F, $5
Sheryl C, $25
Russ M, $20
Steven K, $20
Joyce D, $10
Chris A, $5

AHC, $50
Rodrigo B, $5
Linda H, $6
Terry B, $5
Chris A, $1
Kipp S, $10
Wendell I, $12
Edgar R, $10


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