I’ve noticed a bit of a trend, at least informally, regarding use of free 3D CAD suites.
A piece from Fabrisonic explains how their process might be better than others, but it suggests a pattern across all 3D printing processes.
Space may be the final frontier, but to boldly go where no one has gone before will require the development of new technology that allows humans to travel farther into deep space.
I received notice from LulzBot today of a most incredible sale.
Long time 3D printer manufacturer abruptly closed their doors yesterday, after many years of operation.
After reading Matt Sand’s story earlier this week, I am now thinking a bit differently about 3D print services.
Last we reported, Xometry was up to $23M in two rounds of funding.
There’s a very interesting story that’s slowly being told, industry after industry. This is one of them.
Two years ago, a 3D print entrepreneur disappeared mysteriously in the Philippines. Does anyone know what happened?
I recently presented to a sold-out audience at MD&M East, a leading conference in manufacturing medical devices and surgical instruments.
Malika Khodja is the business development engineer at Metal Heart, the 1st and so far only commercial metal 3D printing company in South Africa.
In a rather surprising announcement overnight, Prodways has taken on Solidscape.
3D Hubs released their latest trends report today.
I’m looking at a Chinese manufacturer of 3D printers I had not encountered previously: Luoyang Dowell Electronics Technology Co., Ltd, simply known as Dowell 3D.
This week’s selection is the useful 3D Printer Projects for Makerspaces by Lydia Sloan Cline.
My annual pilgrimage to Nottingham for the Additive International conference happened this week (10th-12th July).
Work to develop additional standards for 3D printing continues.
This week’s selection is the decorative Low Poly World Map by Richard Fickert.
I’ve seen pre-made GCODE a few times recently, and I am a bit suspicious of it.
There are sources for third party resin for 3D printing.
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