I’m reading a curious article on MakeUseOf that attempts to show how ChatGPT can be used for 3D printing.
This week’s selection is “Advanced 3D Printing with Grasshopper” by Diego Garcia Cuevas and Gianluca Pugliese.
Markforged announced a very useful new feature for their Eiger software platform.
We had a chat with Ulendo, developers of an intriguing system to dramatically speed up 3D printing.
A newly invented protocol just might replace GCODE for certain types of 3D printing.
This week’s selection is “Advanced 3D Printing with Grasshopper” by D. Diego Garcia Cuevas and D. Gianluca Pugliese.
This week’s selection is the questionably useful, but totally admirable Mini 3D Printed Hammock by Instructables contributor jayleenli.
I’ve seen pre-made GCODE a few times recently, and I am a bit suspicious of it.
There are tons of free utilities available on the internets, and one of them is a free GCODE viewer.
I hadn’t noticed this previously, but Printr has developed a really cool way to customize portions of your desktop 3D prints.
Another MakePrintable story? Yes, because they’ve developed a feature that could shake things up in the intellectual property space.