The First edition of ’10 Questions with Root3 Labs’ features Innovation Strategist and Sr. Mechanical Engineer, Todd Murphy, as he takes some time to share a little about his career and advice for future engineers.
Conrad demonstrates some of the raster and vector cutting techniques used throughout our prototyping process using various fabrication tools.
Christina demonstrates how to design and build a silicone mold that will, later on, create Root3 hot chocolate bombs.
Conrad reviews shape-memory alloy properties and shares a Root3 Labs hack on how to heat-set Nitinol parts at a low cost.
Todd takes you on a tour of our workshop and gives some insight into the tools we use throughout our product development process.
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Rachel demonstrates how to process a scanned 3D model with Meshmixer and SolidWorks.
Rachel describes the dip molding process and addresses the advantages and disadvantages of the manufacturing technique.