Something crazy happened to the Bambu Lab community, and it’s causing a controversy.
A new project will launch a voice controlled 3D printer.
New software allows machines to be controlled through an augmented reality (AR) interface. Could this control 3D printers as well?
Could 3D printing be used to manufacture weapons of mass destruction? Is additive manufacturing dangerous? We have thoughts.
But those days are mostly gone, except for ultra-low priced equipment competing on price – but not convenience of use.
MatterHackers announced a new, upgraded 3D printer set-top controller, the MatterControl T7X.
CEL makes some of the most interesting desktop 3D printers you can find, but now they’re even more interesting with a curious set of announcements today.