Blu-Bin 3D printing

Poultney, VT September 28th, 2012–

Blu – Bin, Inc will be opening the doors of its first 3D printshop this Saturday the 29th. Blu – Bin is the first company to offer retail 3D printing design and creation services, and is excited to be introducing this new business model in Vermont. Working against the grain, Blu – Bin employees see 3D printing as a service that can benefit everyone even if they can’t afford the printer itself. Founded by Daniel Riley, alumni of Green Mountain College, the business seeks to fill the void left by larger 3D printing companies that have entirely ignored offering retail 3D printing design and creation services.

Customers will be able to order items designed and made in store, as well as providing their own designs for creation as part of a growing catalogue of designs the company has access too. Using a range of rapid manufacturing techniques, Blu – Bin creates a friendly environment for rapid design and creation of what it’s customers want. Through these services Blu-Bin seeks to advance the field of 3D printing, bringing it to the forefront in manufacturing and into mainstream American life.

With the first store being opened in Poultney, VT, Blu – Bin inc will be working with students and professors of Green Mountain College to demonstrate and test the capabilities of 3D printing through various unique projects.

Effectively creating an entirely new industry, Blu-Bin predicts a successful future, which will lead to expansion of the company into other cities and towns. Saturday will be the start of what the company hopes to be a bright and successful path towards a future filled with this innovative technology.

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Batman over the years: Kane to Noland

The Batman series has had its ups and downs through out the years. Because of this, I have decided to acknowledge how far the series has come since its creation from Bob Kane. Rather than telling the story of the Dark Knight of Gotham from start to finish, I have decided to just post a picture that I found on http://www.geektyrant.com. You’re welcome.

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VermontCon: We Need Our Own Con

Agreed. I am sure they could have a successful one in Burlington!

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Coming off of the high that I get from ReaderCon ever year, or Granite State Comic Con when I can make it, I inevitably want to go to others. I had impressive plans this year: I wanted to make it to Arisia, Boskone (made it!), PAX East, Boston Comic Con, Granite State Comic Con, ReaderCon (made it!), and New York City Comic Con. I’ve generally not been one to hit up conventions in the 501st, but when there’s good programming, and as I’ve gotten more into the production world, I’ve been finding them more interesting. The problem is always time and money. You know what would solve this? Having our own convention.

Okay, there’s already two conventions in Vermont (if there’s more, I haven’t heard of them, and that’s generally a problem): Bakuretsu Con in Colchester, which focuses on Anime, and Carnage Con, a gaming convention held yearly in Fairlee…

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