In a somewhat surprising announcement, Prusa Research launched an online store capability in Printables.
A new desktop 3D printer price tracker has emerged.
This week’s selection is “Starting an Etsy Business for Dummies” by Kate Shoup and Kate Gatski.
Xometry announced a new cloud feature for their manufacturing service.
Highlights and observations of Onshape Live 23.
Tomorrow is the opening of the TIPE 2023 conference. Are you attending?
Once again we are proud to sponsor the TIPE conference, now in its third iteration.
In its 3rd year, more than 2,000 attendees are anticipated to be part of the free, premier virtual additive manufacturing event of the year!
WAGO has adopted a fascinating 3D print strategy for their electronics business.
Online 3D modeling tool Clara.io is shutting down.
A new service for shared 3D model development has been launched by Womp.
Formlabs announced a new service that could dramatically expand their dental business.
3DQue has released a fascinating online game they call “3DPrintle”.
COBOD released an online construction 3D printer Configurator, the first I’ve seen from any provider.
TIPE 3D Printing 2022 is set to begin soon, and you should consider attending.
We’ve just heard rumors that Shenzhen-based 3D printer manufacturer ANET has “gone under”. But is this true?
Later this month Formnext 2021 will take place, but unfortunately our team will not be in attendance.
This week’s selection is “Tinkercard for Dummies” by Shaun C. Bryant.
The recently introduced BCN3D Academy offers a free online certification course to learn the ins and outs of 3D printing.
A tiny group of developers saw that the future of CAD was on the web in 2010. They called it Buerli.
Top performing additive manufacturing staff are hard to find, and EOS is set to change that.
In the course of doing some online 3D print shopping, I discovered a very large vendor: Walmart!
I haven’t seen an example of this type of online 3D model store appear for some time.
Only days from now Women in 3D Printing will take a step unimaginable when they started: hosting a massive online conference on 3D printing.
The era of democratizing our labor and resources is well upon us.
3Diligent Portal launches today, connecting manufacturers with those who need their services.
A new online service has emerged that hopes to guide 3D printer operators to better printing parameters: 3DOptimizer.
Printlab has introduced a new “student portal” that allows students to work online when learning about 3D printing.
With the cancellation of countless in-person 3D print events, companies have leveraged technology to keep in contact with clients and prospects in unique ways.
A noted 3D print expert is volunteering his time to provide online educational experiences.
eMachineShop Adds Free 3D File Viewing & Sharing to their online service. Is this for you?
Popular 3D printing event Additive World has announced that the conference will proceed in the face of coronavirus — but is now digital and free.
It turns out there are indeed some 3D models in their archive, but it takes a bit of detective work to find them.
Did you know Autodesk offers a free STL model repair service through an online web page? We show the details on how to use it.
Suddenly there are several desktop 3D printers on sale through online mass market outlets. Why is this happening? I have some ideas.
This month’s community support selection is the 3D-HELP Project.
When your 3D printer is no longer useful, what do you do?
I’m trying out a new online service that hopes to enable makers to work together on open source hardware projects.
You remember rolling out of bed extra early for a week long CAD training session?