- n. One who, or that which, prototypes.
“The technology goes by many names — 3-D printer; rapid prototyper; fabber — but the concept is the same: Feed a device with blueprints for a solid object of your choosing, then let the machine build it for you from plastic or other simple materials.”
“The RepRap device RepRap is short for Replicating Rapid-prototyper is being built by the ambitious Adrian Bowyer of the University of Bath.”
“Adrian (left) and Vik (right) with a parent RepRap machine, made on a conventional rapid prototyper, and the first complete working child RepRap machine, made by the RepRap on the left.”
“The ‘Realiser’ from MCP is, essentially, a 3D printer/prototyper for metals.”
“We are trying to make a rapid prototyper that can manufacture the majority of its own component parts it wouldn't be able to do integrated circuits, for example, but it would be able to do all its mechanical parts and circuitry.”
“The RapMan machines are based on the RepRap ( "Replicating Rapid-prototyper") open source project originally conceived by Dr Adrian Bowyer of Bath University to build a machine that can replicate itself.”
“Adrian Bowyer is a senior lecturer at the University of Bath, where he is a member of the Biomimetics Research Group and is developing an invention with paradigm-shifting potential-the self-replicating rapid prototyper, or RepRap.”
“A good rapid prototyper would realize that failure is ok!”
“This section will show how to set up and begin thinking like a rapid prototyper.”
“I happen to agree with "a good prototyper should be able to use just about anything - long as they could do it fast and get their point across effectively to their audience.”
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