Just A Few Changes At Fabbaloo…

By on October 25th, 2019 in blog

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 Some changes at Fabbaloo until 2020 Some changes at Fabbaloo until 2020

Well. You may have seen our previous post regarding our Managing Editor’s new role as a bioprinter.

Managing Editor Sarah Goehrke will indeed be off tending to her new bioprint for several months, and I expect her to be back on duty serving the 3D printing community at Fabbaloo early in 2020. I wish her and the upcoming bioprint all the best!

While Sarah is away I will reassume the role of editor of Fabbaloo, although given the incredible job done by Sarah over the past year and a bit, I will certainly not be able to match her capabilities.

But I’ll give it my best effort.

Yes, there will be changes. You will no doubt encounter more spelling and grammatical errors than seen under Sarah’s watch. To everyone, I offer my apologies well in advance for any editorial catastrophes.

Operationally, Fabbaloo will continue more or less as it has been.

It’s our intention to provide the same level of news and insight into the fascinating world of 3D printing that we’ve been doing for almost twelve years now. We’ve published well over 8,000 stories in that time, and hope to produce thousands more.

You may see some new names providing stories on our pages in coming weeks, but rest assured they will be very familiar with today’s 3D printing technologies and able to provide the same type of insights you’ve come to expect from us.

If you’d like to contact us about any matter, feel free to reach out through our main email address, [email protected], where we will receive and handle your issues and requests. Please send us your press releases, questions, comments and other requests. (Do not ask for quotes on 3D print jobs, however, as we definitely don’t provide 3D printing services, in spite of receiving such requests daily for some unexplainable reason.)


By Kerry Stevenson

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has written over 8,000 stories on 3D printing at Fabbaloo since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!