There are moves underway to develop additive manufacturing operations in Ukraine, and we believe everyone should pitch in to help.
A silent auction set for next week intends on providing direct support to Ukraine.
I’ve learned of an unusual collaboration between a 3D printer manufacturer, Anycubic, and a 3D content provider, MyMiniFactory.
Prusa Research announced unique reward and badging systems for their PrusaPrinters site, and there are some very interesting implications.
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with MyMiniFactory CEO Nebo Nikolic at their London HQ
Many businesses in the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, media and entertainment industries rely on Autodesk’s array of software and services to help deliver innovative solutions.
The holidays are almost here and once again, and IC3D is holding its third annual Toys for Tots campaign to help warm the hearts of children.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss 3D printing activity and opportunity at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
We’re talking often these days about the place of 3D printing in addressing the pandemic, but there are more nuances for the industry beyond manufacturing.
The 3D printing community continues to unite in efforts to help in the current COVID-19 pandemic.
A quick-acting FabLab in Northern Italy may have saved many lives through rapid production of replacement parts. They are not the only ones who should do so.
Prusa Research is going above and beyond in their preparations to deal with COVID-19, and other companies should follow their example.
Formlabs announced a new “Community Spaces” program that should optimize use of Formlabs 3D printing equipment in public fabrication labs.
Did you know Fabbaloo provides free assistance to community 3D print ventures? We can provide promotional support to non-profit 3D print initiatives.
What’s really going on at MyMiniFactory? We found out by speaking directly to their new CEO, Chengxi Wang, to find out their true strategy.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the role of YouTube in empowering those interested in exploring 3D printing.
‘Tis the season to celebrate the best of 3D printing.
Women in 3D Printing celebrates four years of work promoting, supporting, and inspiring women using additive manufacturing technologies.
I recently sat down with ASTM International’s Mohsen Seifi, PhD, Director of Global Additive Manufacturing Programs.
A new non-profit venture hopes to unleash community 3D printing to power impactful initiatives.
3D Hubs continues on the path toward manufacturing by dropping non-Manufacturing Partner Program 3D printing hubs.
Dave Gaylord, MatterHackers Sr. Director of Product, shares a look at the busy company’s take on the 3D printing industry.
Did you know Fabbaloo provides free assistance to community 3D print ventures?
Ya know, while there are various ways to collaborate online around a 3D CAD project with other like-minded designers and engineers, you don’t hear about it too often.
For the past months we’ve been running an unusual support program for certain members of the 3D print community.
Competition is a wonderful thing, and one of its most recent developments is a new community 3D printing network, MakerHub.
Last year we announced a new program to provide absolutely FREE support for community projects related to 3D. You should apply now.
If you haven’t heard, Fabbaloo offers a free service to qualified non-profit initiatives in the 3D print and related space.
We announced in September a new program to provide absolutely FREE support for community projects related to 3D. You should apply now! The program is our way to give back to the open source community that has greatly supported the recent development of 3D printing technology that’s sweeping the world today. Our program involves selecting… Continue reading Action Required: Get Free Promotion For Your Open Source 3D Project
A new venture is purchasing scrap plastic for eventual use in 3D printers.
Yet another 3D printer community network has emerged, PrintThis4Me.
Want to connect with other 3D print folks? One way might be the newly created “3D Printing Network”. The network, which appears to be a mailing list and IRC channel, is sponsored by the Fellowship of Free Software Foundation Europe, or Fellowship of FSFE. According to the network’s description: The 3D Printing Network… Continue reading The 3D Printing Network
A short video highlights the methods of NYC Resistor, a hacker group who’s goal, according to founder Bre Prettis is to: Figure stuff out Break things to understand how they work Share whatever we learn Make stuff with whatever we can find In the video, Bre shows off the groundbreaking MakerBot 3D printer kit.… Continue reading Resistor Video
In London they’re getting set to open a new facility for designers: the Metropolitan Works Building in February of this year. Metropolitan Works is part of the London Metropolitan University, and the Creative Industries Centre will: helping designers and manufacturers develop ideas and bring new products to the marketplace through access to digital manufacturing,… Continue reading Metropolitan Works
Exactly – on 22 July a new group was founded on Yahoo Tech Groups. Here’s the description: Moderated group forum for sharing details concerning homebrew 3D printers. Discussion of all aspects of the mechanical, electronic, and software design of your 3D printing system as well as your results is encouraged! The idea here… Continue reading Yahoo! There’s a 3D Yahoo Group!
Dave Mainwaring has created a Google Group for discussions of 3D printing technology. There’s not many members yet, but I am sure it will grow. Via Google Groups