MyMiniFactory announced the acquisition of 3DC, and thereby changes everything.
Minifactory announced a tool for 3D printers I hadn’t seen previously: a Nozzle Alignment Camera.
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with MyMiniFactory CEO Nebo Nikolic at their London HQ
What? MyMiniFactory is now selling 3D printer resin?
MiniFactory detailed their process for obtaining high-quality 3D prints with PEKK material.
I spoke with Olli Pihlajamäki of miniFactory to find out how they work with additive manufacturing clients.
I’m watching a video of a designer explaining why he’s “quitting Thingiverse”, and this poses questions about MakerBot’s Thingiverse strategy.
Benchmarking samples are often produced to ensure a 3D printed part delivers the required engineering performance. However, miniFactory has introduced a new twist on the process.
SelfCAD and MyMiniFactory have teamed up to host a friendly 3D design competition awarding 3D printers to the winners.
MiniFactory’s new software produces a very useful report for each 3D print that may be important for clients. We had a close look at one.
Is it possible to know what happened inside a completed 3D print? Yes, you can with Minifactory’s Aarni quality control tool.
What’s really going on at MyMiniFactory? We found out by speaking directly to their new CEO, Chengxi Wang, to find out their true strategy.
What plans does the new CEO of MyMiniFactory have? We don’t know and a puzzling post on their blog doesn’t really clear things up at all.
Part 3 — the app. We had a chance to test an interesting 3D sprinter and software combination: the BIQU Thunder and MyMiniFactory’s new app.
Part 2 — machine use. We had a chance to test an interesting 3D sprinter and software combination: the BIQU Thunder and MyMiniFactory’s new app.
Pat 1 — machine assembly. We had a chance to test an interesting 3D printer and software combination: the BIQU Thunder and MyMiniFactory’s new app.
Finland-based miniFactory Oy Ltd announced their latest 3D printer, the miniFactory Ultra.
London-based MyMiniFactory opened their online 3D model store last month.
MyMiniFactory announced a very interesting partnership.
MyMiniFactory is well known for their now-huge site providing a wealth of printable 3D models, but now they have an app, too.
Finnish MiniFactory announced the Innovator 2 professional desktop 3D printer.
MiniFactory’s latest 3D printer is quite different than when we first saw them some three years ago.
Designers and artists have increased concerns since a rogue entrepreneur began reselling designs from Thingiverse, but MyMiniFactory has a partial solution.
3D model community MyMiniFactory announced they’ve now attracted over 100,000 registered users.
MyMiniFactory’s fundraising campaign has overtaken their target level of £500,000 (USD$775,000) and makes us think a bit differently about 3D printing investment.
MyMiniFactory recently launched a very interesting crowdfunding campaign, but it’s quite unlike others we’ve seen in the 3D print world.
We’ve written several stories on MyMiniFactory in recent days, and now there’s another one: the company has launched a peculiar idea validator.
While we were amazed at MyMiniFactory’s current operations during our recent tour, what’s even more interesting are their plans for the future.
We recently visited MyMiniFactory headquarters in London where were quite surprised to see the scope of their operations.
MyMiniFactory launched MMF Connect, an online service designed to connect people in the 3D printing community.
Need another spool of 3D printer filament? You might want to check out MyMiniFactory’s latest offer.
3D printing is powerful and can, like atomic power, be used for good and evil. Today we’re learning about one of the good uses.
We managed to check out a 3D printer from Finland: the Mini Factory and found it has several interesting features that differentiate it from other 3D printers in its class. Like many inexpensive 3D printers, the miniFactory uses plastic filament. A problem sometimes observed is that filaments break or bend during printing. The miniFactory… Continue reading Finland’s miniFactory 3D Printer
While Thingiverse has long been the go-to place for free printable 3D models, there’s another option as of last month: MyMiniFactory. A branch of iMakr, the site offers a number of interesting 3D models – all specifically designed for 3D printing on typical personal 3D printers. During our check, MyMiniFactory offered well over 100… Continue reading MyMiniFactory’s Free 3D Printable Objects
miniFactory announced a new and powerful high temperature 3D printer, the Ignite.
Only Games announced a new full color 3D printing capability.
I’m reading an unusual press release from Cubee where they announce the first “Record Label” for 3D Designers.
Prusa Research has launched their “club” feature on Printables.
3D model repositories seem to be shifting into a common monetization mode: memberships.
After Prusa Research’s announcement of a Printables monetization feature earlier this week, I had some thoughts about the future of 3D model repositories.
Prusa Research is on the verge of launching a premium content feature on Printables, marking a strategic move in the competition against Thingiverse.
This week’s selection is the cute Tardigrade 3D model by designer Matt Meyer of MatMire Makes.
What has become of YouMagine?
Things could be looking up for Thingiverse.
There could be a huge problem for 3D model repositories like Printables, Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory and others in the very near future.
This week’s selection is the Cateran 3D Printed Electric Guitar Kit by Filatone Instrument Co.
An update to our comprehensive list of our hands on equipment, software and material reviews.
A new service to generate printable DnD figurines has a unique pricing structure.
A new paper describes how AI tools can be used to generate printable 3D models with only a text prompt.
Only Games announced a new full color 3D printing capability.
I’m looking at a rather suspicious 3D model collection offer.
Our test of the new Anycubic D2 DLP 3D printer concludes with a look at print results and final thoughts.
There are moves underway to develop additive manufacturing operations in Ukraine, and we believe everyone should pitch in to help.
Here we present ten 3D print companies that just might be of interest by other, larger companies.
Our look at the Creality Ender-3 S1 desktop 3D printer ends with a look at software and final thoughts.
Charles R. Goulding and Lara Tomiko look at how Finland has organized to significantly grow their 3D printing activity.
This week’s selection is “Getting Started in ZBrush” by Greg Johnson.
This week’s selection is the creepy Animatronic Eyeball by Enza3D.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine how 3D printing is gradually being used in the sport of Cricket.
This week’s selection is “Battlefields In Miniature: Making Realistic and Effective Terrain for Wargames” by Paul Davies.
3D print enclosures are a common homebuilt accessory, but how do you know you’re doing it correctly?
I’ve learned of an unusual collaboration between a 3D printer manufacturer, Anycubic, and a 3D content provider, MyMiniFactory.
HK BIQU Technology Co., Limited has released a rather interesting control board designed for 3D printers, the BTT SKR Pico.
Prusa Research announced unique reward and badging systems for their PrusaPrinters site, and there are some very interesting implications.
There are many online sources for printable 3D content, but where are they?
One way to measure a printable 3D model repository is by the number of models.
The Scan the World project is looking for your help.
Thangs introduced an amazing new feature: augmented reality.
Charles R. Goulding and Ryan Donley consider how 3D printing might help us build imaginative new worlds.
3D model repository Thangs added some useful new features.
This week’s selection is the Tourbillon Mechanica by Dan / @Mechanistic.
I’m reading an interesting analysis of how educators could save cash by 3D printing their own learning aids.
I spoke with Chengxi Wang of Satori to find out more about their newly launched resin 3D printer.
I’m reading a fascinating story about how a small motorsport company is using 3D printing in a very different way.
Did you know we’ve published dozens of product reviews? Here’s a list of all 80+ of them, at least up to today.
This week’s selection is the astonishingly beautiful FLOLA lamp by 3LOBIT.
In the last 2-3 years there has been a dramatic rise in high-temperature 3D printing, but what are the materials for this type of printing?
If you’re seeking a 3D model to print, there’s a great place to search called Yeggi.
With in-person industry events at a standstill, a new endeavor has launched to enable companies to meet and evaluate industrial 3D printing.
This week’s selection is the TTGO T-Beam Shock Resistant Enclosure by Naomi Wu.
This week’s question is about how to learn 3D printing from the beginning.
This week’s selection is a 3D printed Coronavirus!
This week’s selection is the easy-to-assemble 3D printed articulated poseable hand, which can be used in a variety of ways.
Charles Goulding and Greer Veon review the use of 3D printing for applications involving the growing senior demographic segment.
How do you know whether a 3D print material will work adequately on a given 3D printer? Now miniFactory is producing technical datasheets that let you know in advance.
Thingiverse is the largest printable 3D model repository on the planet, but it doesn’t seem to be progressing. We know why.
This week’s selection is the Biohazard Planter by designer Saad Chaudhry.
Doing traditional manufacturing? You may want to consider integrating additive manufacturing or 3D printing into your polymer production line.
Machine learning can be used for more than violating your privacy for a social media challenge.
iMakr was hacked last week. What caused their 3D print retail site to be down for a day? We found out from a chat with founder Sylvain Preumont.
This spring, Markforged introduced its Blacksmith AI software; this summer, the company dedicated 2,000 square feet to its further development.
Thinking of upgrading to Cura 4.1? That’s a very good idea because the new 3D printer slicing and management software includes many new features.
What are the strangest and most notable 3D print company names? We made a list and looked at the good, the bad and the unusual.
I’m taking a look at ChiTuBox, a third party 3D print slicing system.