Have an Ultimaker? Have problems printing? There’s a guide for that.
Most commercial metal 3D printers use powder-based techniques, but there’s another approach: deposition welding.
We’re contemplating the effects of 3D printing on the world and realized that it could provide the longest tail of all.
Comments on our Bowden vs Direct 3D printer extruder post led us to the “flying extruder” concept, which is a bit of both.
Two methods of extrusion are typically found on desktop 3D printers these days. Do you know what they are?
There are several ways to measure the amount of material required for a 3D print, but however it’s done, it should be practical.
The question of choosing a 3D printer has become very complex given all the options available, and now another factor emerges: When should you purchase one?
Perhaps one of the most popular styles of printed 3D models is vases. There’s a reason for that – and a tip you need to know.
A common misunderstanding by newbie 3D print folks is that objects are printed completely solid. In fact, we believe that many prints should be hollow!
You need to use a 3D print service. You get quotes from several firms. All the quotes are wildly different! Why is this?
New 3D printer owners might be having fun printing pre-designed 3D models, but what if you need to produce a custom object on demand? Here’s how to do it.