Our review of the AnkerMake M5C concludes with a software, print results and final thoughts.
Our review of the AnkerMake M5C continues with a look at setup and operations.
We were able to test an unusual 3D printer designed for ease of use, the AnkerMake M5C.
UltiMaker announced something quite intriguing: Cura support for MakerBot equipment.
Something crazy happened to the Bambu Lab community, and it’s causing a controversy.
Hungarian CAD company is completing its comparison to market leaders.
I’ve been wondering how UltiMaker will tie together their software environments, which could be quite interesting.
There’s another AI vision option for desktop 3D printers: PrintPal’s PrintWatch.
Cloud-based Innovana3D is a turnkey 3D printing front-end with instant quoting, viewer and e-commerce capabilities.
Anycubic announced a new app that should supercharge users of their Photon M3 Premium resin 3D printer.
Authentise announced a major new feature for their AM management platform: the Digital Design Warehouse.
Creality released a sweeping set of announcements that describe multiple new 3D printers and accessories.
What are some interesting ways that MakerBot and Ultimaker could fit together?
Our review of the Anycubic Photon M3 concludes with an examination of the software environment, print quality and final thoughts.
Our review of the Anycubic Photon M3 continues with our setup and calibration experience.
Not long after testing the Anycubic Photon M3, we got our hands on the very different Anycubic Photon M3 Plus 3D printer.
BuildBee is a new online tool for 3D print job preparation.
Our evaluation of Capturing Reality’s new mobile 3D scanning app continues.
Capturing Reality released a mobile version of their powerful 3D scanning system, and we gave it a test.
In a surprise announcement today, Markforged has acquired Teton Simulation.
Anycubic is set to release not just one, but FIVE new desktop 3D printers.
Carbon has now officially released their Design Engine software.
Authentise announced an intriguing partnership that should make their system quite a bit more powerful.
Carbon announced a major move in the software market: they will provide licenses to use their powerful Design Engine tool for anyone, even if they are not a Carbon customer.
BCN3D announced a very comprehensive cloud system to manage fleets of 3D printers.
Markforged is rolling out a cloud-based software platform.
Artec 3D released Artec Studio 16, along with a brand new cloud service.
3D Systems and Desktop Metal announced notable corporate acquisitions.
BCN3D has acquired 3D print cloud service AstroPrint.
A notable software misconfiguration temporarily allowed users of the Spaghetti Detective to 3D print on other people’s equipment.
3DEO announced they’ve produced their 1,000,000th 3D printed metal part.
3D Control Systems announced the availability of a new version of their 3DPrinterOS system, which happens to include some very interesting improvements.
BCN3D announced the release of their own slicing software, “BCN Stratos”.
I had the opportunity to catch up with Eugene Suyu, Founder and CEO of Tinkerine.
Ultimaker released a new version of Ultimaker Cura, their highly popular 3D print management software.
Twikit launched a new automated lattice tool they call “Laddy”.
Materialise detailed their long-term software strategy in a press conference today.
Raise3D announced a new version of IdeaMaker, version 4.1.0, which includes a very interesting capability.
Dassault Systèmes announced some changes to SOLIDWORKS pricing that will be of interest to both students and makers.
3D Control Systems formally announced their new ZAP system today.
There’s a new Kickstarter project out called Ulendo that says it can enable 3D printing at up to double-speed.
MAGARIMONO and Shining 3D Additive collaborate to create footwear that oversteps the boundaries between creativity and technology.
Ultimaker announced a new entry-level 3D printer, the Ultimaker 2+ Connect.
Smart International announced a high-temperature 3D printing option: the Macro HT.
I’m looking at Autodrop3d, a company that seems to offer automation solutions for 3D printing.
Adobe announced the coming availability of a new feature in their Capture app: Scantastic.
I had a chat with the friendly folks at MakerOS to learn about their new “V2” software.
This week Smart3D International announced an interesting new industrial 3D printer, the Macro. But it turns out the software for this system is even more interesting.
Arduino has launched its IoT Cloud, designed from the ground up as a low-code approach that allows users to collect, graph and analyze their projects’ sensor data.
Ultimaker reported significant growth in the first half of 2020, a rare reveal of the private company’s financial state.
MakerBot announced a new service called MakerBot CloudPrint, which is intended to deliver a seamless 3D printing experience to clients.
We’ve learned Autodesk has an excellent promotion this month for their very popular Fusion 360 suite.
A cloud-based machine building startup service has landed a huge investment round.
SketchUp, the 3D tool many of us began learning 3D concepts from, has moved to a subscription payment model.
Raise3D has opened up their RaiseCloud to third party devices, making it possible for anyone to build a 3D printer farm.
A new cloud-based virtual desktop service could provide a platform to perform high performance 3D work.
eMachineShop Adds Free 3D File Viewing & Sharing to their online service. Is this for you?
Teton Simulation has now integrated their FEA algorithm directly into Ultimaker Cura, vastly simplifying and empowering 3D printing workflows.
MakerBot announced a surprise new product for the education segment: MakerBot Classroom, which includes the new SKETCH desktop 3D printer.
You might value the perfect simulation model, striving for perfection—an engineering ideal if ever there was one.
In a blockbuster corporate acquisition, PTC is to acquire Onshape to gain access to a powerful CAD cloud system that can be marketed to all their users.
Charles Goulding and Greer Veon of R&D Tax Savers examine the cloud-based Onshape platform in the 3D printing workflow.
CAD tools have changed significantly, and today the promise of cloud-based design services could provide even greater capabilities in the future.
What is Standard Cyborg all about? We talked to Co-Founder and CEO Jeff Huber to learn more about the 3D vision and scanning startup.
How important is Ultimaker’s cloud infrastructure? I think it is a critical part of their growth strategy to sell 3D printers to large enterprise clients.
There’s no longer much doubt about the benefits and ubiquity of the cloud, but its utility in product design is still being understood.
What happens when an expensive metal 3D print fails and no one is around? The Polysense Solutions sensor will detect and alert additive manufacturing operators in real time.
Generative design is advancing toward more automated design solutions for additive manufacturing. ParaMatters’ CTO provides a look into what’s new with CogniCAD’s cloud-based generative design software.
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.
AstroPrinthas successfully raised US$1M investment round.
Authentise and Microsoft are collaborating to enhance automation in additive manufacturing workflow.
AstroPrint announced a spectacular arrangement with Stanley Black & Decker.
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.
Ultimaker released yet another version of their upcoming Cura 4.0 software.
Two Cura-centric announcements from Ultimaker today mark ongoing progress for the company.
I’m looking at an unusual 3D printing software platform, Twikit.
We had a chat with Kevin Friesth, Chief Science Officer/Inventor at Haute Fabrication, regarding their upcoming 3D printers.
Hobbyist or professional? Extrusion-based 3D printing is at a crossroads.
We hadn’t heard much from Kodak on their new 3D printer for quite a while, but now they’re back in action.
A reader comment got me thinking about the future of 3D printed repairs.
Last week we wrote on the problem of OctoPrint security, and this week we found a very good solution.
But those days are mostly gone, except for ultra-low priced equipment competing on price – but not convenience of use.
I’m looking at a new 3D service called AirShaper.
Authentise mentioned in their recent newsletter a relationship with EOS equipment, suggesting a significant move.
We’ve been covertly testing a new cloud-based 3D model repair service that is now available for testing.
Onshape has added a simulation mode for everyone, and it’s quite powerful.
Three weeks ago Autodesk posted a preview of Fusion 360 in the Browser.
MakerBot announced two elements of what appears to be an increased emphasis on the educational market.
Mosaic Manufacturing announced a new cloud-based multi-material software tool for 3D printing, CANVAS.
Astroprint announced a new set-top box for desktop 3D printers: the AstroBox Touch.
Are you 3D printing in metal? Thrinno’s new quoting system might be for you.
After a year of beta testing with over 1500 firms, MakerOS is now publicly available for subscription.
3D software giant Autodesk, whose products are used by many Fabbaloo readers, has announced significant price increases for their non-subscription products.
A-Team Ventures has produced desktop 3D printers for some years, but now they have a Waggle, too.