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A video from the BBC about 3d printing hitting the highstreet, click to watch
You may think that 3D printing is a relatively new idea, but it was originally invented in 1984 by Chuck Hull. He founded 3D Systems Corporation in California and quickly became the only producer of 3D printing. Hull’s version of 3D printing is a little different to what it is today, as he used thin layers of ultraviolet curable material on top of one another. Initially it was used for commercial rapid prototyping, saving companies time and money for prototypes of their products.
3D printers today are different to traditional printing (such as machining techniques) which rely on removal of materials rather than building materials up. The name of the process used is called Additive Manufacturing, this means successive layers of material are laid down in different shapes on top of one another.
Since the beginning … [Read More]
On 26th September 2013 Google came clean and admitted that the new algorithm (Hummingbird) had been up and had been running for the past month. As with any algorithm change that Google make many people who have presence on the web will be asking the question, how does this affect me?
Well Social media today summed up Hummingbird changes as the following:
Google Hummingbird At A Glance
Many of the existing rules and weightings still apply, so don’t stop doing what you are doing if your activities are based on Penguin pleasing, sustainable and ethical content focused techniques
Known as Semantic search, more naturalistic or ‘conversational’ search terms (which tend to be long-tail in their nature) are now more important than ever
Google still wants to return the most relevant, accurate and useful search results to its users, Hummingbird provides a more sophisticated means for Google to deliver this… [Read More]