This week’s selection is “Hit Makers: How to Succeed in an Age of Distraction” by Derek Thompson.
The latest version of Ultimaker Cura has a secret, extremely powerful feature: Lightning infill.
Terrible news from the UK today: Sanjay Mortimer, the founder of E3D-Online, has passed away.
This week’s selection is the enormous Articulated Dragon by Cults contributor MCGYBEER and printed to scale by Metalhead Printing.
Klipper is a very powerful firmware addition to most 3D printers.
A new startup is marketing an enclosure kit for small desktop 3D printers, including the popular Prusa models.
Dassault Systèmes announced some changes to SOLIDWORKS pricing that will be of interest to both students and makers.
With the release of new hardware from Apple, it seems millions will have a LIDAR 3D scanner in their pockets or purses, but can it really be used for 3D scanning?
It’s easy to miss, but apparently Prusa Research is to develop a new 3D printer equipped with a “tool changer”.
I’ve been on a bit of a quest to find some truly safe 3D printer resin, and I’m not sure there’s actually such a product.
Many Fabbaloo readers own their own 3D printer, while others contemplate buying one. But should you?
No, there have been no announcements regarding a new “Prusa MK4” 3D printer. But what might be included in a MK4?
There’s one filament that appears to have the highest-temperature resistance of them all: EXTEM AMHH811F.
Where did the two 3D printer filament diameters come from and what is the difference? Which one is better?
One of the key techniques that should be used by 3D printer operators is the “Temperature Tower”. We explain how to use them.
Blender is upgraded to v2.8. Does this mean it is suitable for making 3D printable 3D models? We look at the pros and cons of the new software system.
The problem: you keep printing an item on your desktop 3D printer but it always fails. Solution? Read on.
I saw a post somewhere about someone 3D printing a waterproof container and had some thoughts.
There are several ways to measure the amount of material required for a 3D print, but however it’s done, it should be practical.