This week’s selection is “Understanding OpenSCAD: A hands-on introduction to OpenSCAD for 3D printing and CNC milling” by Alicia Doors.
CadQuery might eventually become more popular than OpenSCAD.
This week’s selection is “Simplifying 3D Printing with OpenSCAD” by Colin Dow.
This week’s selection is “OpenSCAD Cookbook: OpenSCAD Recipes for learning 3D modeling” by John Clark Craig.
There are dozens of different software tools to produce 3D models for 3D printing, but all fall into four categories.
A third-party customizer service can handle Thingiverse 3D models.
This week’s selection is “Creating 3D Models for 3D Printing Using OpenSCAD” by David Leithauser.
This week’s selection is “Programming with OpenSCAD: A Beginner’s Guide to Coding 3D-Printable Objects” by Justin Good and Marius Kintel.
The folks at RepRap Ltd have released a new script that generates very strong 3D printable beams.
This week’s selection is “Mastering OpenSCAD” by Jochen Kerdels.
There’s a rather interesting book that can show you how to use Python programming to supercharge your 3D modeling experience for 3D printing.
An interesting new open source project could significantly simplify things for online 3D print services: OpenJSCAD.
Maker Zaggo has discovered a truly useful design tip for 3D models. The new design helps overcome a deficiency in many low-cost 3D printers: no support material. Support material is typically extruded from a second print head during the print to add support for overhangs and difficult object geometries. The support material is then removed… Continue reading The New Teardrop