Three years ago EORA 3D launched on Kickstarter; now you can buy directly.
A few months ago we wrote about Lumi Industries’ unusual 3D visualizer prototype. Now, it’s for real.
3D printer filament is often very high quality these days, at least from some manufacturers.
Australia-Based Aurora Labs has been developing a powerful 3D metal printing system, but it turns out they’re also working on a metal powder system.
BuildTak has established a successful business selling adhesive products for 3D printing, but that may change.
nScrypt, a manufacturer of industrial 3D printers and bioprinting tools, has announced the ability to 3D print medical implants with embedded circuits and sensors.
We seem to have two proposed standards seeking acceptance.
The bane of every desktop 3D printer operator is the discovery of a print failure.
A company has introduced an attachment for desktop 3D printers to use pellets instead of filament.
The Retouch3D is an inexpensive finishing tool that’s specifically designed for 3D printing.
Artec annuounced a different kind of 3D scanner, the Artec Ray.
Josef Prusa provided an update on his company’s progress on building, improving and shipping their new MK3 3D printers, but also announced a big change.
This could be a very big idea: 3D Hybrid Solutions announced a system to convert everyday CNC machines into powerful 3D metal printers.
Dyze Design has been producing interesting 3D printer components for years, but now they’re about to unleash something very powerful.
An interesting post from E3D-Online proposes a new standard for mounting the heatsink for 3D printer hot ends.
This is something I’ve been interested in for some time: an inexpensive fume extractor you can make yourself.
One sign of corporate success is the appearance of compatible parts and materials, and that’s what’s happened to Formlabs.
We’re watching a video proposal from RichRap on how 3D printer filament should be spooled.
A Kickstarter project proposes an inexpensive water cooled head for 3D printers.
Good news for those looking to add 3D capabilities to any device or machine as Intel recently released their RealSense 400 series depth cameras.