I’m thinking a lot about Prusa’s new 3D model repository, and wondering what it might mean.
There are plenty of sites to find fabulous pre-made printable 3D models.
I had a difficult thought today: what is to become of several specific 3D model repositories in the future?
A recent post from Pinshape provides some interesting insights into the thinking patterns of those who buy 3D models online.
I’ve been pondering who was behind the rescue of 3D model repository Pinshape, and now we know who it is.
Earlier this week, 3D model site Pinshape announced they were shutting down. Now, that might not be the case.
In a surprise announcement just moments ago, 3D model sharing site announced they’re shutting down operations.
Pinshape has published an enormous, 10,000 word design guide for their contributors. I think it’s pretty good, even if you are not a Pinshape contributor.
This week’s selection is the amazing OpenR/C Formula 1 Car by Pinshape contributor Daniel Noree.
This week’s selection is the incredibly detailed Power Loader by Aaron Hartman.
There’s no shortage of online sources for printable 3D content these days, and another good option is Pinshape.