There’s often said to be a “race to the bottom” with desktop 3D printers. What happens when we get there?
A new service to generate printable DnD figurines has a unique pricing structure.
If you intend on buying a 3D printer, maybe you should not consider buying one from a “normal” retailer.
With supply chains broken and shipping costs soaring, more companies are altering their pricing in the 3D print space.
Autodesk announced a significant rise in the pricing of their key 3D CAD tool, Fusion 360.
Another 3D print company announces significant price increases, perhaps with a secret agenda.
After an announcement last week, Prusa Research has indeed raised prices on their most popular 3D printers.
Prusa Research has announced price increases for certain 3D printers.
Prices of almost everything are rising, but how can you tell if 3D printer prices are rising?
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine examine the rise of both prices and interest in copper as the material continues to see more use in 3D printing.
A browse of Creality’s online shop revealed their famous Ender 3 desktop 3D printer can now be had for only US$155.
MakerOS has added a free tier to their cloud-based business management system.
Taiwan-based resin 3D printer manufacturer Phrozen adjusted the pricing on their product line, but in an unusual way.
Computing the price of a 3D print from a service has always been a complex matter, but now a new approach may shake things up.
Many Fabbaloo readers consume a lot of 3D printer materials, and that can be expensive. But there are ways to reduce costs.
Creality has notably dropped the price of their very popular desktop 3D printer, the Ender 3.
This week’s question examines the pricing of 3D printer filament.
On a tip I took a look at how desktop 3D printer filament is priced by major suppliers and found something quite interesting.
MakerOS has a brilliant hidden feature in their online service: a sophisticated 3D print pricing calculator that allows operators to determine exactly how to price prints.
After our recent story on Simplify3D’s upgrade plans, we received some additional clarifications from the company.
In a surprise announcement, Carbon reduced the price of three of their most popular 3D print resins.
As of 22 Oct Shapeways is changing their pricing model.
Autodesk is making very significant changes to their Fusion 360 product offerings.
Today I’m thinking about how price has become a major factor in 3D printer sales.
Pricing of low-cost 3D printers has consistently dropped, but is this a good thing?
One of the trickier aspects of operating 3D printers for hire is that of pricing prints.
We’re looking at a new 3D print meta-service today, 3D Compare.
This is interesting: MakerBot has slashed the pricing on their previous model, the Fifth Gen.
Last week Carbon and Adidas announced a deal to produce 3D printed midsoles. But how big is this deal, exactly?
3D Systems announced a surprise price drop on one of their high-end production machines.
In our mailbox today we observed a note from Leapfrog indicating a massive price drop.
Things just got a little bit more interesting: i.Materialise just dropped their price for aluminum 3D prints.
I’m reading a brief post on LinkedIn by noted 3D designer Janne Kyttanen regarding his experience with a 3D printed light design.
Well, well, well. Just as you were getting comfy with the limited private storage of Onshape’s free plan and dumping your Documents occasionally to clear room for others, they’ve gone and switched things up on you.
I’m taking a look at 3YOURMIND, a Berlin-based startup that provides simplified ways to access 3D printing services for industrial and professional use.
Consumer 3D print service Shapeways has always been introducing new materials, but this one is very curious: PLA.
Growing 3D print conglomerate 3DPrintler is working on a strange chatbot interface to their 3D print service pricing comparison engine.
Some analysis shows that Carbon’s recent pricing announcement for their M1 “CLIP”-based 3D printer might not be as stratospheric as you might think.
You’d think you’re buying a 3D printer to produce objects, be they prototypes or otherwise. But there’s another way to look at the machine: as a vending machine.
Sculpteo announced a new “48 hour” shipping policy that could change people’s minds about using 3D print services.
Carbon announced their first product, the M1 3D Printer last week, but with a twist: subscription pricing. We calculated how much it could cost you.
Popular 3D print service i.materialise has thrown out their complex shipping calculations and replaced it with a ridiculously simple flat rate.
We had a chat with a major manufacturer of 3D printer resin and discovered the stunning level of price markup made by many vendors.
Confused about pricing your 3D print service request? There’s a service for that.