Meltio has introduced two new innovations: “Horizon” slicing software and a laser calibration system.
Do you know what an R_E_R_F file is used for in 3D printing?
3D printing calibration is mentioned all the time, but what does it really mean?
Dyze Design has some interesting new hardware.
Anycubic announced a new entry into their Kobra desktop 3D printer series, the Kobra Plus.
I’ve been playing with SuperSlicer for the past week and have some thoughts.
A fork of PrusaSlicer adds some extremely interesting features.
Modix announced two interesting new add-ons for their large-format 3D printers.
Minifactory announced a tool for 3D printers I hadn’t seen previously: a Nozzle Alignment Camera.
Modix announced a series of convenience and functional features for their line of 3D printers
Creality’s new CR-10 Smart desktop 3D printer builds on a long history of 3D printing.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: print results.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: setup and printing.
I had the opportunity to test out the new Vyper 3D printer from Anycubic in our lab: features and unpacking.
A new IDEX 3D printer has been released on Kickstarter, the J1 from Jadelabo.
This week’s selection is actually the top seven books we highlighted in 2020.
Everyone talks about “3D printer calibration”, but what is it really? We believe the process varies considerably depending on a number of factors.
I’m looking at a new product that hopes to break into the 3D printer market, the alignG.
A recent Kickstarter from OPENCREATORS has shown a 3D printer with features we haven’t seen previously.
With the recent increase in “auto leveling” features in desktop 3D printer these days, I had some thoughts about the process.
This week’s selection is the amazing “Ultimate Bridge Test” by Gordon Laplante.
Competition has lit up the progress of technology in 3D printing, and soon most vendors will have to include more features to keep up.
The Prusa crew have developed a rather sophisticated automated calibration system for their most recent desktop 3D printer, the Prusa i3 MK2.
Korea-based ANTCLABS has released a very inexpensive sensor that could enable your 3D printer to include auto-leveling.