LulzBot unexpectedly announced a new toolhead suitable for very, very tiny 3D prints.
There’s a new resin 3D printer option: The Lotus EZ LCD SLA 3D Printer.
There’s a new full color 3D printer option available, just announced by XYZprinting.
This week’s selection is the detailed “3D Printing In Medicine” by author Deepak M Kalaskar.
Taiwan-based Phrozen has announced a new resin-based desktop 3D printer that has some interesting new features - and an incredible price.
Airwolf 3D announced a rather large 3D printer, the new EVO 22.
This week’s selection is the highly unusual PeakBoil by students at ETH Zurich.
Some folks found a way to 3D print full color cityscapes directly from Google Earth.
We finally managed to test a sample of PLAS3D’s filament, and boy, we are impressed!
I’m reading a piece on InvestorPlace discussing several “doomed” 3D printer company stocks.
Recent interest in more exotic materials should drive a lot more partnerships in the future.
Powder Bed Fusion machines located at Materialise’s 3D printing facilities. (Image courtesy of Materialise.)
I had an interesting thought about Carbon and where they might end up.
The two biggest publicly traded 3D printer companies just released their quarterly results.
I’m looking at a new crowdfunding 3D printer launch.
Since its founding in 1995, Lockheed Martin has made a myriad of contributions to the aerospace industry with groundbreaking new technologies.
A student competition saw a demonstration of a 3D printed internal combustion engine.
I’m looking at a 3D model and wondering if this could be the start of something interesting.
There seems to be something interesting happening in the world of 3D body scanners.
Sarah Boisvert is the founder of the Fab Lab Hub, an MIT-based Fab Lab Network non-profit.
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