A new method of continuous 3D printing has been developed.
Readers may recall The Spaghetti Detective. Now it has been rebranded and expanded.
3D Control Systems announced an arrangement with the Octoprint project to provide support for software integrations.
OctoPrint is certainly one of the most well known systems in 3D printing, but do you know the story of how it came to be?
I found what appears to be a new 3D print utility in the making: Teg.
There might be no stranger name for a 3D print product than the Spaghetti Detective, but it’s not only appropriate, but something that should become popular in 3D printing.
Raise3D has opened up their RaiseCloud to third party devices, making it possible for anyone to build a 3D printer farm.
This week’s selection is the highly useful OctoPrint Monitor by David Payne.
Last week we wrote on the problem of OctoPrint security, and this week we found a very good solution.
A fascinating article at OctoPrint.org shows the right – and wrong – ways to use OctoPrint remotely.
I’ve been fascinated with a new plug-in called OctoLapse.
Printoid is a powerful system to manage many desktop 3D printers.
Maker Victor Noordhoek has developed a way to monitor live 3D prints on his smartwatch.
We’ve been looking through a site chock-full of plugins for 3D printer management software OctoPrint, and there’s some very useful functions present.