Core77 provides a series of posts and videos about the operation of the ShopBot desktop milling machine, including one on installing and "zeroing" the cutting tool.
Astra Taylor's new book, The People's Platform, describes in referenced detail how today's corporate culture thwarted the democratic utopian ideals of early Internet developers.
Changes enacted in October to the UK Intellectual Property Act makes "intentionally infringing a registered design and producing a copy that differs from an original in only immaterial respects . . . a criminal offence punishable by up to 10 years in prison."
UK's Furniture Industry Research Association (FIRA) sponsors a workspace of the future design contest open to all UK undergraduate design students.
Domus magazine gives an overview of Make in Italy, from Programma 101 to Arduino, an exhibition-installation in Rome celebrating half-a-century of Italian inventions.
Worth a total of 30,000 euros, the 2015 iF Student Design Awards invite students worldwide to submit designs to the jury of international experts. Deadline: December, 15.
Adobe provides tips on using Photoshop CC to create, refine, preview and print 3D models.
The Barcelona Design Centre database lists 19 professionals working in furniture and lighting design.
Invaluable to designers and manufactures, this highly technical 69-page report from Radtech explains recent developments in the curing of furniture finishes using UV-LED technology.
Mediator Vince Ready helped end the 17-month labour dispute on October 22 between Ikea and its Teamster employees in Richmond, BC, as reported by the Richmond News.
University of Belgrade graduate Uros Jankovic combined wood's traditional acoustical properties with modern technology to design his Terca table.
The Canadian Architect reports Danish furniture brand Republic of Fritz Hansen introduced a limited edition of Arne Jacobsen's iconic Egg™ Chair in indigo blue fabric favoured by Jacobsen.
Uniboard, based in Laval, Quebec, released Nu Green Soya, a water-resistant particleboard with no added formaldehyde (NAF), using patented water-based soy and proprietary cross-linking resins.
Minnesota Public Radio hosts this history of chair design from the three-legged Plimouth chair (circa 1627) to the Aeron chair (1994) designed by Dan Chadwick and Bill Stumpf.
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