One of the ways to generate 3D models is through 3D scanning, which might become more available with Occipital’s 3D sensor.
One of the surprises encountered when using resin-powered 3D printers is that the resin tanks are a consumable.
As additive manufacturing (AM) is incorporated into the larger manufacturing ecosystem, the technology has to prove itself capable of standing up to more and more critical tasks.
In what could be a very powerful partnership, 3D model analysis firm 3YOURMIND is working with EOS to identify printable parts.
One of the simple memes revolving around desktop 3D printers is the notion of producing your own spare parts, Is this really feasible?
Steelcase partnered with MIT to develop a radical new method of 3D printing.
Late last week Onshape rolled out another major release.
Yesterday, Desktop Metal announced two revolutionary new 3D metal printers for both prototyping and production use. Let’s look at the Production system.
Yesterday Desktop Metal finally unveiled not one, but two startling 3D metal printers. One of them is the Studio.
There are certainly not a great many choices when seeking a full, RGB color texture 3D printer, but MicroJet’s ComeTrue T10 is one of them.
I’m looking at Avero Labs’s collection of unusual 3D print materials today.
Desktop Metal has finally shown their 3D metal printing technology, and from a first look, it does appear to be game changing in several respects.
I’ve been perusing PARTcommunity and found access to an incredible number of 3D part models.
Researchers at Arizona State University have developed a very interesting method of providing dissolvable supports for 3D metal prints.
BernCo Models has produced a 1/72 3D printed version of the famous Titanic liner - and it sails just like the real thing.
Italy-based Kentstrapper introduced the MAVIS, a new, large format professional 3D printer.
With all the questionable 3D printer launches recently, it’s nice to see one that makes sense.
This week’s selection is the amazing 3D printed sundial by Mojotpix.
As a popular publication in the 3D print world, we receive a ton of messages; some of theme are rather unusual.
Budget-Conscious makers have been challenged to develop threaded holes and bolts for their designs, but that problem seems to be going away.