NerfStudio is going to change many things in the 3D world.
A new revolutionary open source, high-speed 3D printer design has been released, and it should shake up the market.
A new method of continuous 3D printing has been developed.
I caught a glimpse of a potential future for 3D modeling tools, and it’s breathtaking.
A new, inexpensive 3D modeling tool is about to arrive: Plasticity.
A new belt 3D printer design is available from an open source project.
Did you know that Adafruit publishes a large collection of 3D printable parts for electronics projects?
A new open source tool could greatly aid the simplification of basic 3D scans.
BCN3D has announced a new funding round that should have interesting implications on future innovations for the desktop 3D printing company.
With so many 3D printing efforts arising to fight the pandemic, it takes a lot for a new solution to stand out. This is that story.
The Glia Project is leveraging 3D printing to bring desperately-needed medical equipment to poor areas of the globe through an online service.
Did you ever want to try 3D printing in metal but did not have a million dollar budget to do so? If so, this book explains step-by-step how to build an inexpensive 3D printer that can actually 3D print metal objects.
There is a new option for those wishing to build their own 3D printer: Lumi Industries released open source plans for a resin 3D printer, the LumiBEE.
Non-planar 3D printing is a massive improvement, but it seems that it could be patented by a company, possibly leaving it difficult for the open source community.
There’s an interesting service called 3DPrintedSound, and it does just that.
A new online service has launched to provide collaboration services for product development: Wikifactory.
A new project can keep you up to date on the latest publicly available 3D models.
To use a 3D printer, you must have 3D models. But wait, exactly how many do you have? Probably far too many to keep track of.