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3D Printing the Strongest Steel

The US Air Force, in concert with scientists from Texas A&M University, developed a novel way of 3D printing the strongest type of steel.

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All About Polygonica’s Mesh Handling Toolkit

Polygonica provides a powerful set of mesh processing tools that can be embedded in any other software. We spoke to a representative to find out who uses this software.

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Thoughts From The 3D Printing Store

We had a chat with Debra Wilcox of The 3D Printing Store to find out her thoughts on 3D printing sales, operations during the crisis and the future of 3D printing in manufacturing.

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More Engineering Materials From MakerBot

MakerBot announced the availability of two new materials for their METHOD X platform, including PC-ABS and a fire-resistant version.

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A $59 3D Printer?

The 3DFORT is an ultra-low-cost desktop 3D printer on Kickstarter. We have some thoughts on this development.

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Guest Posting On Fabbaloo

Did you know we accept stories from readers? Anyone with a good idea that meets our guidelines is welcome to submit a story proposal on a 3D print topic to Fabbaloo.

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3D Technologies And Healthcare Accessibility

From providing new methods for conducting healthcare appointments to improving diagnostics, 3D technologies promise improved quality of life for patients with a vast array of health needs.

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Sonda SYS Lands In North America

Sonda SYS has made arrangements to open up sales of their line of 3D printers in North America, gaining a new audience for their unusual SL02 dual-size machine.

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A Few Considerations For Virtual Events

We’ve been discussing a lot about virtual 3D printing events lately, as current global circumstance is keeping us physically separated.

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Book of the Week: Raspberry Pi Cookbook

This week’s selection is the “Raspberry Pi Cookbook: Software and Hardware Problems and Solutions 3rd Edition” by Simon Monk.

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Analyzing Trade Show ROI Metrics

Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dig into the metrics of return on investment from trade shows.

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Fabbaloo: Rapid-Fire Interview Day

Fabbaloo will be hosting a day of virtual interviews to touch base directly with 3D printing companies and catch up on their latest.

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2020: The Year Of The 3D Printing Webinar

Yes, we’ll primarily remember 2020 as the Year of Pandemic, but it’s quickly taking on another face: the Year of the 3D Printing Webinar.

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Solitude and Creativity

Potential benefits from this crisis are far and few between. It will be nice if creativity supported by 3D printing is one of them.

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VELO3D Launches Tall Metal 3D Printer

VELO3D announced a new, much taller Sapphire metal 3D printer that enables 3D printing metal parts for automotive, aerospace and oil & gas.

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ANSI COVID-19 Equipment Standards Released, But…

ANSI has released several official standards related to the production of emergency medical equipment to address the COVID-19 process, which may apply to 3D printed components.

Rendering of the VentCore open source ventilator system [Source: VentCore]
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The VentCore Open Source Ventilator Project

A new design for an open source ventilator that can be partially 3D printed has surfaced, but there are many cautions required before building it.

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How To Coordinate COVID-19 Parts Production

A group in Huntsville, Alabama has developed a sophisticated system for collecting, cleaning and distributing emergency medical equipment 3D printed by individual supporters.

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How To Use A 3D Print Temperature Tower

One of the key techniques that should be used by 3D printer operators is the “Temperature Tower”. We explain how to use them.

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