This week’s selection is “Emerging Technologies Word Search” by HecTech Silverstone.
There could be a huge problem for 3D model repositories like Printables, Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory and others in the very near future.
Thangs announced a new AI-powered search function that could make finding 3D models incredibly simple.
CADENAS has provided big updates to their online part-finding service 3DFindIt, and at the same time is to migrate users off of PARTcommunity.
A 3D model lookup site has quite a variety of search methods.
A new iPad app hopes to solve the dilemma of Thingiverse access.
3D model repository Thangs added some useful new features.
You may not know that you need a search engine for parts.
A tipster pointed us at a brand new service that can quickly search Thingiverse.
A new meta search engine for 3D models is available: Thangs.
Aniwaa announced a powerful 3D printer database comparison tool that could prove quite useful for many stranded buyers.
If you’re seeking a 3D model to print, there’s a great place to search called Yeggi.
Looking for a particular 3D printer filament? One great service to help is Filaments.directory, whose extensive database of materials can be easily searched.
Today I am testing a new 3D model search service, 3Dfind.it.
Ever since the appearance of personal 3D printing, there’s been an awful problem: searching for 3D models.
MyMiniFactory is well known for their now-huge site providing a wealth of printable 3D models, but now they have an app, too.
I’ve bumped into an unusual 3D model meta-repository that permits searching by a very different method.
3D print workflow provider Authentise announced something they call “geometric search”, and it’s quite interesting.
There’s an insidious problem growing in the 3D model marketplaces: search. And it sucks.
We found a terrific meta-site for sourcing publicly available 3D models: Yobi3D.
A search service provides a very easy way to find great 3D models for printing.
You might remember DEFCAD? It was a site dedicated to hosting “controversial” 3D models that underwent some difficulties when the US Government seized their inventory of 3D printable weapon models. We thought that might be the end for DEFCAD. Apparently not. A visit to DEFCAD shows they’ve changed the site into a meta-search engine… Continue reading DEFCAD Morphs into a Search Engine
Unless you’re a capable 3D designer, you’ll have to find pre-made 3D models to send to your 3D printer. This can be problematic for a couple of reasons: searching for non-textual items is always difficult; there are an increasing number of 3D model repositories to search. The latter is partially solved by the strangely… Continue reading Let Yeggi Find Your 3D Models