Have you ever seen those articulated 3D prints and wanted to make one yourself? Now you can with Flexifier.
Marketiger is an Eindhoven-based 3D print service that’s taking an unusual path to generate business.
There’s an incredibly useful online 3D utility you need to know about: CookieCAD.
Photocentric has teamed up with CoreTechnologie to supercharge creation of 3D models for their printers.
Twikit launched a new automated lattice tool they call “Laddy”.
Charles R. Goulding considers three large 3D printing users that should benefit from restoration: Eaton, GE and Generac.
Charles R. Goulding considers ways in which 3D printing can help generators keep electricity online in difficult times.
Charles R. Goulding and Alyssa Schneider delve into the use of 3D printing to produce components for generators.
There’s a key barrier that’s holding back 3D printing from much more radical use, but it may be about to break down.
I’m taking a quick look at Gen3D, a CAD tool for generating complex structures that can then be 3D printed.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi dig into the potential use of 3D printing for sourcing the US power grid.
LithophaneMaker is a fascinating free service that allows you to generate all imaginable types of 3D printed lithophane models.
There’s an interesting service called 3DPrintedSound, and it does just that.
FoldStar provides a very unusual 3D model generation system.
There’s something I’d like to see: a universal adapter generator.
Need a polyhedron? Try PolyHédronisme.
Stella, a “Polyhedron Navigator” provides a way to very quickly generate almost any type of polyhedron.
This month’s community support selection is PotterDraw, a software project to very easily generate vases and other cylindrical shapes.
Looking for an easy way to find 3D printable terrain models? Go no further than TouchTerrain.
SketchUp has a very interesting extension called “PlaceMaker” that can instantly generate 3D models of cities.
Long ago, we all heard promise of using a personal 3D printer to fix stuff around home. But how real did it turn out?
A bizarre project from Autodesk Labs investigates whether one can generate new physical interfaces for old appliances: They Can!
We’re checking out a new tool to generate custom-designed 3D models of rings and another to “solidify” your voice!
Did you know you could design your own uniquely complex 3D models with the help of Nervous System’s set of generator apps?