Prusa Research is now shipping an upgrade kit for their popular MK3S+ 3D printers.
Prusa Research posted a long video and post about their current status. Let’s take a look.
This week’s selection is the massive Triceratops Skull by Prusa Research.
In a somewhat surprising announcement, Prusa Research launched an online store capability in Printables.
We had a look a Prusa Research’s upcoming resin 3D printer, the SLX.
A new research paper investigates the claim that some 3D printer companies have violated open source licenses.
There is an interesting trend occurring in the 3D printing market recently, all caused by Bambu Lab.
Prusa Research just concluded a design contest and there’s a surprising outcome.
A story about open source trends might become disturbing for the 3D print world.
Prusa Research made their Mini 3D printer run a lot faster, and we gave it a test.
There’s an interesting implication from the achievement of high speed printing on the Prusa Mini.
This week’s selection is the Fastest Drone in the World by Luke Maximo Bell.
Josef Prusa announced they’ve made their Mini 3D printer a whole lot faster.
Want to transform your Prusa 3D printer into a mini-factory? Enter “JobOx”.
Prusa Research has launched their “club” feature on Printables.
Prusa Research is now shipping their MMU3 unit, and has provided more details on including interesting upgrades and firmware changes.
Buying a desktop FFF 3D printer is getting a lot more complex these days.
PrusaSlicer 2.6 has been released, and it includes quite a number of very useful new features.
I finally got around to reading a post by Prusa Research about open source licensing, and have some thoughts.
Where are all the high speed 3D printers?
Prusa Research has issued its first ever sustainability report.
E3D finally released their high-flow Revo hot end the other week, and it should make life easier for certain types of 3D printers.
Prusa Research has released their first input shaping firmware.
After Prusa Research’s announcement of a Printables monetization feature earlier this week, I had some thoughts about the future of 3D model repositories.
It seems the 3D print world is rapidly shifting to high-speed devices, and this change will significantly impact many aspects of the industry.
Get ready for an avalanche of high speed desktop 3D printers.
After yesterday’s blockbuster announcement of the long-awaited Original Prusa MK4 3D printer, I have some thoughts.
Surprise, surprise! Prusa Research has suddenly announced the Original Prusa MK4 3D printer.
Several new AM materials were announced in past weeks.
Prusa Research finally shipped the Original Prusa XL 3D printer, but this is far more than just a printer launch.
The Revo is catching on.
A very controversial video has emerged directing strong criticism at Prusa Research.
We had a chat with Trilab’s Michal Boháč to find out how the company has been doing.
Prusa Research is nearing release of their critical Original Prusa XL 3D printer, and it’s a critical step for the Czech company.
Prusa Research announced a new initiative to attract commercial brands to their ecosystem.
A new Kickstarter project hopes to make Prusa MINI 3D printers a great deal better.
An open source version of a five-axis 3D printer design is being developed, and could soon take off.
I’m wondering why there isn’t a standard format for 3D print slicing profiles.
Prusa Research announced a new beta version of their 3D printer firmware that takes a more sophisticated approach to thermal management.
This week’s selection is the detailed 3D model of Vi from Arcane by Magnavis and 3D printed by Barry Webb.
Researchers from Chemical Insights and Prusa Research have published reports on 3D printer safety that should be standard reading for all participants.
Prusa Research launched a new service, “Prusa Education”.
Prusa Research released the latest beta version of PrusaSlicer, and surprise — it includes the ability to use STEP files.
It seems to me that Prusa Research is gradually moving into professional and industrial 3D printing markets.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
This week’s selection is a custom AirPod repair and upgrade by Ken Pillonel of the “Exploring the Simulation” YouTube channel.
A new method of continuous 3D printing has been developed.
Another 3D print company announces significant price increases, perhaps with a secret agenda.
Prusa Research announced a comprehensive program of sustainability for the company.
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.
Prusa Research announced the availability of a new, sophisticated enclosure for their popular MK3S+ 3D printer.
A fork of PrusaSlicer adds some extremely interesting features.
Prices of almost everything are rising, but how can you tell if 3D printer prices are rising?
This week’s selection is the Volodymyr Zelenskyy Bust by Prusa Research.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Prusa Research provided a very detailed update on their XL 3D printer development.
Researchers at Imperial College London have devised a relatively inexpensive system to provide 5-axis 3D printing capability.
A long post from Josef Prusa held some hints at where the company may be heading next.
It’s the end of the year, and I wondered which stories gathered the most views by Fabbaloo readers.
Slicing software is a key element in any 3D printing workflow, but what are the options?
Prusa Research dropped the latest version of their popular 3D print slicing software, PrusaSlicer 2.4, and it has an astounding number of amazing new features.
Prusa Research announced unique reward and badging systems for their PrusaPrinters site, and there are some very interesting implications.
Prusa Research took a very interesting further step into the world of sustainability with the introduction of a recycled PLA material.
Last week Prusa Research unveiled their new Original Prusa XL large format 3D printer, and there are a number of interesting implications.
Prusa Research and Trilab executives celebrate the acquisition [Source: Prusa Research]
Prusa Research announced the “Automated Farm System”, a system to control an array of inexpensive 3D printers.
Three 3D print companies are using social media in different ways to reach their audience.
Three years ago Prusa Research launched their own filament production, and this week they launched a similar resin production line.
Prusa Research published a highly detailed piece explaining how they managed to dramatically speed up their latest resin 3D printer.
Recently there seems to be an uptick in rumors of a possible Prusa MK4 desktop 3D printer.
3DQue announced a new version of their Quinly continuous 3D printing system for Prusa equipment.
Prusa Research significantly updated their SL1 MSLA 3D printer.
Prusa Research released version 3.10.0 firmware for their flagship line of 3D printers.
Today, April 2nd, is a much more sensible day.
Prusa Research quietly announced they’ve joined the 3MF Foundation in a live video this week.
A great deal of incredibly imaginative work has been done by the community to replace the sometimes-problematic Prusa MMU2S Buffer.
A new startup is marketing an enclosure kit for small desktop 3D printers, including the popular Prusa models.
Gluing is a practice all 3D printer operators will eventually perform, and Prusa Research has published what could be the definitive guide for it.
Prusa Research published a series of very interesting statistics about their operations in 2020 and previous years.
Prusa Research announced the official release of PrusaSlicer version 2.3, their latest slicing software tool.
Prusa Research announced the availability of a new and unusual material for 3D printing for their Prusament line: PVB.
It’s the start of a new year, and time for predictions. But this time I’m going for broke and predicting not what might happen in 2021, but instead in 2030!
What is the most important 3D printer specification? I think it’s trust.
It’s easy to miss, but apparently Prusa Research is to develop a new 3D printer equipped with a “tool changer”.
Prusa Research announced they’ve upgraded their current lineup of desktop 3D printers — but only slightly.
Prusa Research has released an extremely interesting and highly useful materials table.
There’s another multi-color 3D printer accessory launching: the Co Print.
Could Prusa Research be slowly moving into the professional 3D printing market?
I’ve been doing some thinking about a potential Prusa MK4 3D printer and have some ideas about what we might see.
No, there have been no announcements regarding a new “Prusa MK4” 3D printer. But what might be included in a MK4?
We had a chance to evaluate the new Prusa MINI 3D printer. Here we examine print quality and one error encountered.
We had a chance to evaluate the new Prusa MINI 3D printer. Here we configure the machine and begin operations.
We had a chance to evaluate the new Prusa MINI 3D printer. Here we unbox and assemble the device.
After working with the Prusa MINI 3D printer, I have some thoughts on the use of this device in a potential 3D printer farm setup.