Things aren’t looking good for Makergear, one of the original desktop 3D printer companies.
MakerGear announced a very different kind of 3D printer for students, the Micro 3D Printer Kit.
Another personalized consumer product has been launched using 3D print technology, the KAV bike helmet.
MakerGear published a video of an impressive endurance test.
Have you ever broken a 3D printer build plate? We did! Our glass build plate had a sad case of over-adhesion on a PLA print that could not be removed.
We had a closer look at MakerGear’s new and powerful 3D printer, the Ultra One, their first industrial machine.
MakerGear is now shipping a new 3D printer, the Ultra One.
MakerGear announced some interesting changes to their flagship 3D printer, the M3.
MakerGear has introduced a terrific new feature in their latest desktop 3D printer, the M3.
As interest in 3D printing grows we see increasingly frequent appearances in mass media. Now we see popular 3D printer supplier MakerGear featured in business publication Forbes. MakerGear is a well-stocked supply shop for 3D printer owners and would-be owners. In addition to supplying materials (ABS and PLA filament), MakerGear also offers well-regarded upgraded… Continue reading MakerGear Hits Forbes
MakerGear, that wonderful online source for all kinds of 3D printing goodness, launched the Mosaic 3D Printer this past summer. The Mosaic is similar to several other inexpensive 3D printer kits. This item comes in three forms: The basic kit, for USD$799 The “Plus” version for USD$999, which adds a heated build platform and… Continue reading The Mosaic 3D Printer