MakerBot implemented changes to Thingiverse that make some users very unhappy.
There’s plenty of printable 3D model repositories these days, but none quite like African Fossils.
It turns out there are indeed some 3D models in their archive, but it takes a bit of detective work to find them.
The Smithsonian this week announced the availability of 2.8M digital artifacts for download. Are there 3D models in the repository? We took a look.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard of a site called “3D Buzz”, but their content could be of interest to anyone in the CAD field.
Toy Rescue is a new initiative that proposes to supply 3D models of commonly broken toy parts to the public for 3D printing.
Guess who is offering free downloads of 3D models for their consumer products? We found a major company doing so and we think everyone else should, too.
What plans does the new CEO of MyMiniFactory have? We don’t know and a puzzling post on their blog doesn’t really clear things up at all.
We ran across another interesting 3D model repository, Hum3D.
An enormous, decades-long project is launched to 3D scan virtually all fossils and specimens stored at major museums.