Enter Our Survey To Win A 3D Printer

It’s that time of year again; we’re rolling out our annual reader survey, and this year you could win an amazing desktop 3D printer if you participate.

Our 2019 Reader Survey Results

Our annual reader survey is complete, and we thank everyone who participated. I thought it could be interesting to show some of the results, which really are all about you. 

Our 2015 Census Includes a Reward From Sculpteo!

This blog is read by many thousands of people worldwide, but we really don’t know enough about you. With the help of 3D print service Sculpteo, we’d like to find out what you’re looking for from us. 

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It’s A Thingiverse Survey

The P2P Foundation, who recently issued their annual 3D printing survey, have come up with another survey specifically to analyze Thingiverse.    Thingiverse has become the most notable 3D-model-for-3D-printing free repository, now boasting over 100,000 3D models. But with that size comes questions. Are these things publicly viewable or private? Why upload things? Have you… Continue reading It’s A Thingiverse Survey

A 2013 3D Printing Survey

There’s a survey going on right now that everyone in the 3D printing space should fill out. It’s an annual survey on 3D printing usage by Jarkko Moilanen of Peer Production and supported by the P2P Foundation. Last year’s survey gathered responses from 350 folks, but with the tremendous growth of 3D printing over the… Continue reading A 2013 3D Printing Survey

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3D Printing Survey Results

You might recall we pointed you, dear readers, to a survey being undertaken by Create It Real? Now the results of said survey have been published and we can take a look at what you said.    The answers reveal the tone resonating among 3D printing enthusiasts these days.    The first question asked, “what… Continue reading 3D Printing Survey Results

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A 3D Printing Survey For You

Danish 3D printing company Create It Real has opened up a survey specifically for 3D printer enthusiasts. They’re gathering information for, well, we don’t actually know. But surveys are always useful and we’re hoping to publish the results after they’re collated by Create It Real. According to Create It Real’s Susann Berger:   We are… Continue reading A 3D Printing Survey For You

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CHART: Optimism for consumer-class 3D printers

A recent ENGINEERING.com survey revealed that our engineering and design readers are very optimistic about the future of the consumer-class 3D printers. But counter to the wishful claims made by those with a vested interest, they don’t believe that sweeping change is coming.     Read More at ENGINEERING.com

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CHART: Readers predict 3D printing’s future

Strong, steady growth for the entire 3D printing industry is what our survey results show. According to our readers, that growth will be driven by advances in materials, output quality, speed and overall performance.   What they aren’t accepting are the extremes: no growth or explosive growth.    Read More at ENGINEERING.com

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3D Printing Survey

We just noticed an online survey of 3D printing usage that readers may be interested in filling out.    Created by Spanish mechanical/product engineer JulioHCD, the survey is intended to assist in his research:    I have been involved in 3D print for building product models and prototypes…My interests include design inspired by nature, plastic… Continue reading 3D Printing Survey

3D Printing Community Survey

Do you like surveys? Ok, some people don’t. But this one might be important. PeerProductions is running a survey dedicated to 3D printing and would like your input. But you’d better hurry, as it closes on May 15th.    The survey is quite short and its twenty questions requires only a few moments to complete.… Continue reading 3D Printing Community Survey

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How Are Open Design Projects Organized?

Marvelous Onwukamike of TUHH, Hamburg University of Technology, is conducting a survey on the organization of open design projects. We felt that many Fabbaloo readers might be appropriate respondents to this exercise. The 36-question survey is available for interested parties, and takes approximately 8-10 minutes to complete. The survey may be found right here.   … Continue reading How Are Open Design Projects Organized?

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Fabbaloo Survey Results

Readers may recall we issued a survey the other week, attempting to duplicate 3D Systems’ survey by using the same questions. The responses have slowed, so it’s time to take a look at the results, which you can see by clicking on the chart for a larger view.   The highlights, as we see it:… Continue reading Fabbaloo Survey Results

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What’s The Most Important Characteristic of a 3D Printer?

We found a survey link in our email from 3D Systems, one of the largest commercial manufacturers of 3D printers. 3D Systems is seeking to learn what their clients and prospects think is important in a 3D printer. We’re wondering that too.   Therefore, we have duplicated 3D Systems’ key question in our very own… Continue reading What’s The Most Important Characteristic of a 3D Printer?

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