Book of the Week: Robotics

Book of the Week: Robotics

This week’s selection is “Robotics: Everything You Need to Know About Robotics from Beginner to Expert” by Peter Mckinnon.

Selecting 3D Printing As Your College Major?

Selecting 3D Printing As Your College Major?

Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi consider the rising availability and practicality of formal higher education in additive manufacturing.


Book of the Week: Mastering 3D Printing

This week’s selection is “Mastering 3D Printing: A Guide to Modeling, Printing, and Prototyping Paperback” by Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron.


Behold: Pico CAD

Game developer Johan Peitz posted a tweet recently with an animation of a project he’s working on called Pico CAD, an 8-bit 3D modeling tool.

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Additive World, The 2020 Edition

Every year Additive Industries sponsors an industrial 3D printing event, Additive World.


Seven Ways A Business Could Begin 3D Printing

Many small businesses don’t yet use 3D printing, but probably could benefit from the technology. We list seven ways to help get that process started.


Book of the Week: 66 DIY-Projects

This week’s selection is “66 DIY-Projects: 66 awesome projects to realize with a 3D printer For Beginners & Advanced!” by Johannes Wild. 


Book of the Week: 3D Printing Projects

This week’s selection is “3D Printing Projects” by Sachidanand Jha. It is a book that will definitely increase your 3D CAD design efficiency.


3D Printing: A Step For STEM In Girls’ Education

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and STEAM (adding in the Arts) education is more important than ever for the next generation — but it isn’t always accessible, or equitable.


RAMP MD: Helping A Region Go Additive

How can you learn additive manufacturing? Where can you get experience at a low cost? One state seems to have figured out a way to do so.


An Opportunity To Learn New 3D Printing Standards

ASTM International has been building new standards for additive manufacturing / 3D printing. Do you know what they are? Find out at this important industry conference.

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Design of the Week: 3D Printed Particle Accelerator

Is it possible to have a particle accelerator on your desk? Yes, it is possible, thanks to the design of a 3D printed particle accelerator by a 17-year-old student.

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How Universities Can Accelerate Our Next Generation of Innovators

As with other leaps forward in science, technology, industry and culture, universities will play a central role in driving the Industry 4.0 disruption by transforming the entire culture of design and creating a new breed of 3D innovators.


Book of the Week: Fusion 360 for Makers

This week’s selection is “Fusion 360 for Makers: Design Your Own Digital Models for 3D Printing and CNC Fabrication” by Lydia Sloan Cline.


Book of the Week: CAD Engineering Essentials

This week’s selection is “CAD Engineering Essentials: Hands-on Help for Small Manufacturers and Smart Technical People (No Nonsense Manual Book 3)” by Mark Lynch.


Ultimaker Scores Massive Loan Agreement

The European Investment Bank announced a huge €15M (USD$17M) loan to Ultimaker; this should enable many things to happen.


And After You Learn 3D CAD…

I’m reading an interesting post on GrabCAD by Khadija Ouajjani that discusses the testing of a 3D design.


3D Printing Dinners

No, no, no! We are not talking about 3D printed food! We are talking about 3D printing dinners, though. 


The Revolution Will Be 3D Printed

Interested in learning the basics of what’s happening in the 3D printing world today? You could read our blog, but if you have only 54 minutes, we found a podcast that tells the story. 


The Public Emotions of 3D Printing

We’ve been covering 3D printing for quite some time now, perhaps six years, and in that time we’ve seen many promising developments and a gradual


Answer Those 3D Printing Questions!

If you’re like us, you’ve often fielded many questions about 3D printing technology. And they’re the same questions almost every time. It would certainly be


3D Printers: How to Unlock Their Potential

With the explosive growth in affordable, office-oriented 3D printers, there is a flood of new users and a huge pool of prospective users. Being new


An Interview With The DreamVendor

Actually we’re not interviewing the DreamVendor itself; instead we’re interviewing Dr. Chris Williams, the Director of the DREAMS Lab at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute &


Words For The Media Design School

With the recent surge of popularity of 3D printing, there has come a deep need for information. Many require an introduction to the technology, while


Heated Chamber For Personal 3D Printers

This idea is hot – literally. Instructables member UglyBuddha created and posted a design for a Heated Build Chamber for his RapMan personal 3D printer.


3D printing Down Under

Would you happen to be in the beautiful city of Adelaide, Australia on February 20th? You may be able to attend the “3D Printing Forum:

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