The Lunar Hopper is a project of a group from the University of Southampton that has designed and built the UK’s only student Lunar lander, powered by the UK’s only student-built hybrid rocket motor. With a very limited budget this extracurricular project will be a working prototype and will be tested with the goal to build
Conceptual sketch of a new solution to bring the flexibility of a push scooter or rollerblades into prosthetics. Exploring the possibilities of integrating urban mobility into the human body, making the wheels an extension to an amputee leg(s), instead of an external tool. Looking to hear feedback, specially from those who this is targeted to. If
3D Printing capabilities: Print area – 8000 cm3 (200 x 200 x 200 mm or 8 x 8 x 8 inches) Layer height from 0,05 mm Heated print bed for warpless 3D printing from any material Supported materials – PLA, ABS, PET, HIPS, Flex PP, Ninjaflex, Laywood, Laybrick, Nylon, Bamboofill, Bronzefill, ASA, T-Glase, Carbon-fibers enhanced filaments… Step size in X/Y
One thing that makes us singular is that we’re half way between a for-profit business and a not-for-profit. We’ll undertake some projects for profit in order to grow sustainably and fund our dreams, but we may also take on low -or non existent- profit projects, that bring benefits to all humanity in the long term.
Let this declaration be a statement of intent for the long term goals of the enterprise Singular MARS. We aim to pursue the following causes, either by tackling them directly or in collaboration with other companies: To convert the whole gasoline-based transport industry into electric through the development of electric vehicles (road, air and marine).
FarmBot is an Open Source CNC farming machine and software package that allows you to grow your own vegetables in your back garden without supervision. “We believe that business is a powerful agent for change, and like our products, it can be more powerful when its details are openly shared for inspection, modification, and replication by
Precious Plastic is an open source, DIY set of machines to recycle and make new products out of plastic. Developed by Dave Hakkens in the Netherlands, the idea is to create local recycling projects where communities come together to make new stuff from their waste. “I always try to tackle a problem. I share everything