Among the most common questions asked is “how does a 3D printer work?”
How could one re-engineer parts for a motorcycle?
One of our readers reached out with a 3D design question and we thought you might be able to help.
We’ve been writing this blog for eight years now, and we will never cease to be amazed by the unusual incoming messages we always receive.
We often write of new applications of 3D printing. Most of the time new applications seem to fall into one of two categories: Faster turnaround time by printing onsite or via 3D printing service than using conventional hand-crafted designs Producing numerous unique items, where previously only a limited number were possible It’s the latter… Continue reading A Question For Readers
Fabbaloo was recently contacted by a reader with an interesting problem. He’s interested in printing a prototype paddle blade. What’s the issue, you ask? The prototype blade exceeds 20 inches in one dimension (the long axis, obviously) and that is, um, slightly bigger than the typical 10″ build chamber on most 3D print services. Sure,… Continue reading Can We Paddle into 3D?