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Haptic Fabbing

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Falcon

Haptic Fabbing via Beyond the Beyond.

…this software provides the amazing ability to perform 3D modelling while actually “feeling” what you are shaping by means of haptic feedback. How do you receive this feedback? Well, you must use a special Falcon haptic device. If you were to purchase one of these devices for £500 from A1-Technologies, you’d get the new version of Cloud9 bundled with it.

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1 Comment

  1. tried this thing @3dprintingevent… they simulated something like a rubber slab material thing which you were able to push around with a sphere as a cursor… actually felt pretty rubberish.. defntly a cool tool. would be cool as a opensource kit though 😉

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