Recently we completed our annual reader survey, and we found some interesting results.
Creality introduced a new desktop 3D printer, the Ender-3 V3, which has a feature I’ve never seen before.
A house fire in Austria is rumored to be caused by a 3D printer fire.
A unique research project hopes to 3D print critical chemicals at risk of extinction.
There’s apparently a new record set for the world’s fastest 3D printed #3DBenchy, but I have questions.
Our look at the Creality Ender-3 KE concludes with software, print results and final thoughts.
Our look at the Creality Ender-3 KE continues with setup, calibration, and operations.
We got our hands on the brand new Creality Ender-3 KE desktop 3D printer and gave it a good test.
Creality announced the K1C desktop 3D printer, and we have the details.
I’m reading an analysis of 2023 3D printer sales and there are some very interesting implications.
A question I’m hearing more frequently goes something like this: “Does Creality sell too many models of 3D printers?” At first, I thought this might be the case, as the company has released so many models that it’s actually hard to keep track of them. Creality has a habit of releasing new machines every few… Continue reading Does Creality Offer Too Many 3D Printers?
There is an interesting trend occurring in the 3D printing market recently, all caused by Bambu Lab.
Creality successfully hosted its second user meetup, ShareFest Maryland 2023.
Our review of the Creality Ender-3 V3 SE concludes with a look at software, print results and final thoughts.
Our review of the Creality Ender-3 V3 SE continues with a look at operations.
We had the opportunity to test Creality’s latest extremely low cost 3D printer, the Ender-3 V3 SE.
Creality launched a new 3D scanner, the curiously named CR-Scan Ferret Pro.
Creality announced the CR-10 SE, a printer engineered for advanced users with an emphasis on achieving a superior first layer.
Creality recently concluded its sponsorship of Yale University’s first Funbotics Camp.
Creality just rolled out their new Ender-3 V3 SE, promising an easier 3D printing experience for novices.
Buying a desktop FFF 3D printer is getting a lot more complex these days.
Creality has a new flagship 3D printer with the launch of its new K1 Max 3D printer.
One of Creality’s latest resin 3D printers has won an award.
Where are all the high speed 3D printers?
After Prusa Research’s announcement of a Printables monetization feature earlier this week, I had some thoughts about the future of 3D model repositories.
Did you know that Creality produces a desktop 3D printer that uses pellets?
It seems the 3D print world is rapidly shifting to high-speed devices, and this change will significantly impact many aspects of the industry.
On the occasion of their ninth anniversary, Creality has announced a number of very interesting new products.
The Revo is catching on.
Creality took an unusual step by sponsoring a major E-sports event.
Charles R. Goulding and Valentina Alzate review the use of personal 3D printing by a noted designer.
Creality announced a series of dramatic price discounts on 3D printers for their Black Friday sale period, some of which are unprecedented in the industry.
Creality announced a significant upgrade to their Ender series, with the new Ender-5 S1 3D printer.
Software has become increasingly important in 3D printing in multiple dimensions.
The eternal question of those new to 3D printing is “what kind of 3D printer should I get?”
This could be a good time to consider purchasing a HALOT 3D printer from Creality.
Creality now offers no less than six different Ender-3 3D printer models, and choosing between them can be challenging.
Creality released a sweeping set of announcements that describe multiple new 3D printers and accessories.
A most interesting 3D printer experiment could show how desktop 3D printers may work in the future.
E3D has been making progress with their updated product set.
Creality announced another entry into their Ender-3 S1 series, the Ender-3 S1 Plus.
A surprising thing is happening on Kickstarter: tons of money for 3D printers.
Creality has extended their HALOT line of resin 3D printers with the new HALOT-ONE PLUS 3D printer.
Our look at the Creality Ender-3 S1 desktop 3D printer ends with a look at software and final thoughts.
Our look at the Creality Ender-3 S1 desktop 3D printer continues with setup, calibration and operations.
We’ve been testing the Creality Ender-3 S1 desktop 3D printer.
The long line of Ender-3 3D printers from Creality has a new flagship model, the Ender-3 S1 Pro.
According to a court document, Kickstarter will begin refunding backers of Creality’s latest 3D scanner project.
Did you know that Creality also makes laser engravers?
Creality’s latest entry in their popular CR series is the CR-10 Smart-Pro.
News broke about a lawsuit filed by Artec 3D regarding the intellectual property of their software suite.
Prices of almost everything are rising, but how can you tell if 3D printer prices are rising?
Our testing of the Creality Sermoon V1 Pro desktop 3D printer continues, with a look at operations, advanced materials and remote management.
Our lab has been very busy lately, this time testing the Creality Sermoon V1 Pro desktop 3D printer.
YouTuber Atomic14 somehow converted a Creality 3D printer to a Wordle-solving robot.
Our testing of the CR-Scan Lizard 3D scanning system from Creality continues with post-scan processing and our summary.
Our testing of the CR-Scan Lizard 3D scanning system from Creality continues with turntable and handheld modes and software.
We were able to obtain a CR-Scan Lizard 3D scanning system from Creality and performed some testing.
It’s the end of the year, and I wondered which stories gathered the most views by Fabbaloo readers.
Creality announced not one, but four new desktop 3D printers with added intelligence and convenience.
We were able to do a detailed test of Creality’s new HALOT-ONE resin 3D printer.
We took a close look at the HALOT-ONE desktop 3D printer.
Creality is building a strong relationship with Brazil through an international space program.
Creality’s latest 3D printer is the fully enclosed CR-200B desktop 3D printer.
3DQue announced the availability of their 3D printer automation system for several new 3D printer models.
Creality announced a new desktop resin 3D printer, the HALOT-LITE.
Last week Creality announced the “Space Robotics Project”, a venture intended to stimulate the minds of Brazilian schoolchildren.
Creality’s new Ender 7 breaks speed barriers with some interesting technological improvements.
A method of converting the popular Ender 3 desktop 3D printer to a color printer has been published.
Creality’s new CR-10 Smart desktop 3D printer builds on a long history of 3D printing.
After seeing this incredible 3D print, you realize what is truly possible with FFF technology.
Creality launched a new resin 3D printer, the HALOT-ONE CL60.
The state of Pennsylvania seized two 3D printers that were allegedly being used to make illegal “ghost guns”.
3DQue announced they intend on performing a lengthy demonstration of continuous 3D printing of “up to 1000 hours”.
I had a chance to try out the Creality LD-006 desktop 3D printer. In this post we look at post-processing the prints and wrap up the series.
I had a chance to try out the Creality LD-006 desktop 3D printer. In this post we look at setting up and operating the machine.
I had a chance to try out the Creality LD-006 desktop 3D printer. In this post we look at the machine’s description and unboxing.
Wait, are wall-mounted 3D printers even possible?
A browse of Creality’s online shop revealed their famous Ender 3 desktop 3D printer can now be had for only US$155.
On the occasion of their 7th anniversary, Creality announced not just a new 3D printer, but an entire new line of devices.
I’ve learned that Creality is apparently about to open a new subsidiary to market an interesting variation of their 3D printers.
CES 2021 is coming up next week, and I wondered if any 3D printing companies are still exhibiting at that event.
It’s the start of a new year, and time for predictions. But this time I’m going for broke and predicting not what might happen in 2021, but instead in 2030!
Creality’s second Kickstarter campaign ended earlier today and there’s good news and bad news.
The Yacht Creality becomes the first yacht to be named after a 3D printer brand.
I had a discussion with the techs at 3DQue and discovered they have found a way to 3D print many different engineering materials at very low cost.
There’s a reason why Creality’s CR-30 belt 3D printer needs attention.
I’m reading an interesting Twitter thread where two 3D printer nozzles are compared for quality.
Creality launched what could be their largest crowdfunded product ever, the 3DPrintMill.
Bondtech and Slice Engineering announced the immediate availability of a series of upgrades designed for most of the Creality line of 3D printers.
When you see the final design of a 3D printer, there have been many decisions made to get it to that state.
I had a thought about how belt 3D printing might play out in the future.
The world is about to see a deluge of belt 3D printers but can they be economically used for low-volume manufacturing?
3D print startup company 3DQue is offering a “looping kit” to allow for continuous 3D printing on common desktop 3D printers.
An incredible demonstration of the capabilities of belt 3D printers has been completed: a 6-meter-long part part has been produced.