Remember in March we reported that a man in New Zealand 3D printed a tiny drill? Sure, you can 3D print anything you want as long as you have the schematics for it, but what made it even more impressive is that this is a drill that actually works. Granted you won’t be making furniture or building houses with it, but it is still pretty awesome, not mention incredibly cute as well.
Now it looks like the man, Lance Abernethy, is back and this time round, he has 3D printed what we can only assume is the world’s smallest working circular saw. The parts of the saw were designed and printed by Abernethy himself using an Ultimaker 2 3D printer. It uses a hearing aid battery to power itself and will spring into action at a press of a button. Read full post →Man Creates The World’s Smallest 3D Printed Circular Saw
Last week Instagram announced that they were banning the #goddess hashtag, and it looks like the social network is not slowing down in its banning process. In fact according to reports, it looks like Instagram has banned yet another hashtag in the form of #edm, which for those who are unfamiliar typically refers to a genre of music.
EDM, or Electronic Dance Music, is a type of music and it seems like it would be an innocent-enough hashtag. However according to an Instagram spokesman who spoke to TIME, it seems that the hashtag was used to share images containing nudity. “In this case, #EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity.” Read full post →Instagram Bans The #EDM Hashtag Citing Guidelines Violation