This week’s selection is “How to Invent Everything: A Survival Guide for the Stranded Time Traveler” by Ryan North.
This week’s selection is the creepy Animatronic Eyeball by Enza3D.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
French 3D printing startup Neige3D announced a new and highly unusual 3D printer: the Dérive 1.0.
Drink giant Pepsi is getting into the 3D printing business.
Today, April 2nd, is a much more sensible day.
Researchers have developed a new 3D print material based on bacon.
In a shock move, the entirety of the 3D printing industry has consolidated.
Big moves in the 3D print world today, with several media organizations combining forces.
The Fabbaloo team has a new Chief Creative Officer: Sir Patrick Stewart.
We’ve uncovered the real reason so many 3D printing operations have been focusing on exact color matching, and he’s adorable.
This week’s selection is the third iteration of the porch pirate-defeating Glitter Bomb by YouTuber Mark Rober.
Charles R. Goulding and Alyssa Schneider enjoy the summer sun with 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look forward to 3D printing up a good time this summer.
There’s some fun patterns in 3D printing company names if you look closely at their corresponding domain names.
Ever wonder what emails we receive? There are many ill-formed, downright crazy messages received by us daily and now we’d like to respond in a humorous way.
Matt Benedetto has a habit of designing unnecessary things.
We’ve been working on a secret project for some time now, and today we reveal our new development.
An incredible viral video appeared this week, and it involves 3D printing.
Some advanced computing has done the impossible: generate a 3D printing press release.
We forced an editor to read 1,000 3D printing press releases and then asked her to write one.
It’s that time once again to review the unusual, erratic and confusing messages received at our office.
A startling piece suggests that the concept of 3D printing may have been first conceived in Victorian England, almost 160 years ago.
The current craze for intelligent voice commands is getting more sophisticated, but what happens when it works with your 3D printer?
This episode of the Fabbaloo mailbag is as fun, shocking and stupefying, as usual.
Today we’re talking with the Presilo, a new 3D printer that recently came on the market.
This week’s selection is the “brutal” “Caesar Pencil Holder” by Thingiverse contributor Kevin “Abrokadabra” of Buffalo, New York.
As a very popular 3D print blog, we tend to receive a ton of messages from the public. Some of them are “interesting”.
Mehdi Sadaghdar’s 3D printing tutorial is right on the mark, but also quite painful.
Noted 3D print artist Don Foley has released a set of free spooky Halloween 3D models.
Yesterday was indeed April Fool’s day in many regions, and 3D printing blogs took full advantage.
In a bold move, 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker has engaged well known British presenter Jeremy Clarkson as their new 3D printing spokesperson.
It’s a blockbuster move and one printer manufacturer Epson hopes will enable them to catch up to competitor Hewlett Packard in the 3D printing space: Epson has fully acquired the RepRap open source project.
It’s not new but we just bumped into an interesting video of a project that took place in 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. The “Be Your Own Souvenir: A Take-Away Experience” project by blablabLAB won Honorary Mention in the Prix Electronica 2011. As you’ll see in the video, passers-by were enticed into posing for… Continue reading Be Your Own Souvenir!
Yes, we said “3B” printing. It’s definitely not a technology like 3D printing, but we thought you’d be interested in seeing it. Created by liquor manufacturer Dewars, 3B printing was used for a promotion for their new “Highlander Honey” Scotch. It’s a relatively straightforward process: a custom-shaped form is filled with honeybees, who build… Continue reading 3B Printing?
Ok, you may have been fooled by Freedom of Creation’s amazing wooden 3D printing post yesterday, but it wasn’t the only fib told in the 3D printing blogosphere on this year’s April Fool’s day. Here’s a compendium of notable tall tales: Freedom of Creation described a quite elaborate secret project to 3D print using… Continue reading 3D Printing April Fool’s Round Up 2011
We haven’t believed in Santa for, well, a while now. But for the moment we wondered what gifts Santa might bring to the world of 3D printing…. For MakerBot: a gigantic sack full of MakerBot parts with elves to put them together For (the former) Desktop Factory: a new start with lots of cash (oh… Continue reading Merry Christmas to 3D Printing!