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  • n. Plural form of fabber.


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  • Ennex is a company that builds "fabbers" -- computer-controlled devices that automatically manufacture devices to software-specified designs.

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  • Potentially, these might involve using three-dimensional printers, also known as fabbers, including open source ones:

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  • A wiki page fab@home with instructions to make "fabbers", machines that can make almost anything, right on your desktop.

    Public Rambling

  • THE FAB SHOW, Features a variety of 3-D artwork created from digital data as well as "fabbers": machines that can be used to create such items.

    The Clog

  • Specifically, it's an open specs project for developing desktop 3D printers, or (as the Fab@Home project labels them) "fabbers".

    Chad Perrin: SOB

  • Now, fabbers have two types of security systems built in.

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  • Industrial designers have had access for years to fabbers that use powerful lasers to fuse plastic powder — great for mocking up jet turbines or architectural plans — but with a price tag of tens of thousands of dollars, 3-D printing has been out of reach for most of us.

    Finally, Yes You Too Can Have a Replicator! | Disinformation

  • First time I wrote about fabbers -- those 3-D printers -- was twelve, fourteen years ago, and I'm not offering that technology isn't changing the world.

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  • Lipson and his graduate student Evan Malone recently launched a Web site called Fab@Home (fabathome. org) to teach people how to build their own fabbers and encourage them to share their blueprints online.

    The Desktop Factory | Impact Lab

  • And talking of fabbers, this is cool and open source:



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