I had a difficult thought today: what is to become of several specific 3D model repositories in the future?
I found an interesting 3D model at Thingiverse, but then something happened.
I bumped into some ready-to-3D print 3D models of the lunar surface.
Before automobile technology even reached the point where two cup holders in a single car was an ovation inducing breakthrough
I read some posts proposing an alternate test print for 3D printing.
An interesting announcement today reveals more about Stratasys’ strategies.
The emergence of easy making technologies has transformed many people into “makers”, but are there hidden dangers?
A 3D model respository seems to specialize in 3D printed costume items, but is this really feasible?
I’ve been perusing PARTcommunity and found access to an incredible number of 3D part models.
Doom is arguably the quintessential first-person shooter that spawned one of the most popular video game genres of all time.
Gamers are a popular user community employing desktop 3D printers to enhance their gaming experience, and now there’s a new project that should make that usage even easier.
There’s a large new set of 3D models focused on anatomy, courtesy of a collaboration between Threeding.com and Artec.
A project to digitally recover ancient artifacts destroyed by ISIS fanatics has begun to bear fruit.
We’re testing Morphi on one of our lab iPads, and it seems to be a very good introductory 3D modeling tool.
We just noticed an unusual patent application from 3D print service Materialise: a three-fingered “gripper”. What does this mean?
A team from The Smithsonian and Autodesk are performing an intricate 3D scan of the actual Apollo 11 capsule.
Printable Scenery has been producing 3D models for RPGs for quite a while, but now they’ve launched a huge new collection.
3D print service i.Materialise announced they’re now able to accept uploads of no less than 42 different 3D file formats.
MakerBot’s in-house 3D model repository made history this week by achieving what no other 3D printable model site has done: one million models!
3DKitbash is a 3D model community dedicated to printable models, but their inventory includes some interesting twists.