There’s some interesting research on the ability of 3D printing technologies and their ability to produce unusual membranes.
I found it interesting to see some long term patterns appearing in 3D Hubs’ monthly trends report.
Cloud-based 3D model repair service MakePrintable launched version 1.0 today.
Compared to plastic 3D printing technology, metal additive manufacturing (AM) is relatively young.
Sometimes companies come up with a new angle on 3D printing. Now Uniz has literally developed a 90 degree angle on their new prototype.
When I was asked if I would mind reviewing a 3D printer from a new user perspective, tt took me all of a few seconds to agree to the testing and then counted down the days for the printer to arrive.
You’d think that the stock price of a company indicates its success, but that’s not always the case.
Throughout all the years (decades? yeow!) I’ve use 3D modeling software, I can’t think of a time where I didn’t use some type of in-context assembly design.
Every year a significant design contest takes place in Eindhoven
MakerBot CEO Jonathan Jaglom is now the former CEO of MakerBot Industries.
I’m looking at a recent Kickstarter launch for a machine billed as “The World First High Resolution Full Color 3D Printer”.
This year’s CES exhibition in Las Vegas was notable in the 3D space primarily by the missing presence of several large industrial vendors. Except one, sort of.
This week I received an interesting deal offer from MakerBot: Buy two machines and get one free. But is there more to the story?
Shopping for a 3D printer on Amazon? Watch out for twisted product ratings.
Digital technology gives us more capabilities and even lets us have a lot of fun.
The curiously-named Something 3D company has figured out a way to actually 3D print color objects with a filament extruder.
Last week 3D print service Sculpteo announced a series of AI-based tools to simplify use of their system. But what’s driving them to this?
This week’s selection is the well-designed “Assembled printed catapult without support” by France-based Genapart.
A very curious solicitation from the US DOD requests “explosive” 3D printer materials.