An Australian company is commercializing an unusual 3D metal printing process.
Aleph Objects announced the new LulzBot Mini 2 desktop 3D printer.
I found an interesting 3D model at Thingiverse, but then something happened.
This week’s selection is “Polygon Mesh Processing” by Mario Botsch, Leif Kobbelt, Mark Pauly, Pierre Alliez, and Bruno Levy.
While the eyes of the 3D printing world may be on Desktop Metal’s Studio system, it’s their production system that is most interesting.
I’ve noticed a bit of trend: the occurrence of small, regional 3D print services seems to be growing.
This week’s selection is the very useful Temperature Tower by Simplify3D.
How do you choose your 3D printer filament?
Many months ago we reported that BEEVERYCREATIVE was developing a 3D printer for use in outer space.
It seems that as soon as you acquire a 3D printer, it’s obsolete. What should you do?
An incredible story with a 3D printing angle took place last week.
The New Space space is heating up as an increasing number of private companies leverage 3D printing to push next-generation space technology.
3D print materials provider PolyMaker has struck a deal to help build a mostly-3D printed automobile.
We’re looking at the technology of Continuous Composites today.
ExOne made is mostly known for their larger equipment, but they also make smaller gear, like the Innovent+ 3D printer.
Autodesk’s SketchBook program, which serves as a jumping-off point for many artists, engineers, and CAD designers, is now totally free!
I’m reading a story suggesting that it was “Consumer Indifference” that “killed all hope for 3d printing stocks.”
Sinterit announced a larger SLS 3D printer, the Lisa 2.
Formlabs formally announced a new ceramic resin for the Form 2 3D printer today.
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