Carbon has now officially released their Design Engine software.
The ZCatch Nozzle Removal Tool
The ZCatch nozzle removal tool should be a tool found in every 3D printer operator’s toolbox.
Shims and 3D Printing: The Perfect Way to Seal In R&D Tax Credits
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the convergence of shims and 3D printing.
Some Of You May Need The WONDERCUTTER
There’s a very interesting tool that may be just right for 3D printing.
Finally: A Nozzle Swap Tool
There’s a new Kickstarter project with a tool that many desktop 3D printer operators could use.
Verashape’s New SOFTSHAPER 2019
Verashape has dramatically improved their 3D printing management system, SOFTSHAPER.
Research Done, But No 3D Chop Yet
Following up on our piece about the 3DPrintTech free utility for segmenting large 3D models for printing, we found something.
Design of the Week: 3D Printed Tape Measure
This week’s selection is the astonishing 3D printed tape measure by YouTube user angrymonk55.
The Global Village Construction Set
Want to build a civilization? Sure, we all do. But now you can with the Global Village Construction Kit. It’s a set of tools you’ll need to produce and maintain an modern, industrial civilization. From their wiki: The Global Village Construction Set (GVCS) is a modular, DIY, low-cost, high-performance platform that enables fabrication of… Continue reading The Global Village Construction Set
A1’s Subtractive UNIMAT Series
A1 Technology, sellers of a variety of additive 3D equipment including the low-cost BfB 3000 3D printer and RapMan 3D printer has introduced an entirely new line of products: The UNIMAT series, a collection of subtractive manufacturing tools. The premise is UNIMAT’s extremely low pricing and modular design that should enable the technology to… Continue reading A1’s Subtractive UNIMAT Series
3DFilter: Just a Small Box
Many years ago you might recall the early days of web search, where there were several services competing to be the best search engine. At the time, the leaders might have been yahoo, altavista and others. But they were bested by upstart Google. Not only did Google provide excellent results, but they tried a… Continue reading 3DFilter: Just a Small Box
netfabb Studio 4.2
Yes, it’s just been updated and available for download. netfabb is a lightweight Windows software tool specifically engineered for additive design. netfabb offers a “basic” version completely free of charge, which includes these features, among others: Advanced model browsing and STL management Automatic part fixing, mesh editing and analysis Measurements and quality assurance Packing… Continue reading netfabb Studio 4.2
Hands-On Design. For Real!
Josh at SolidSmack posts on a just-discovered video of a truly amazing development: using touch-screen multi-touch gestures to design a 3D model! The software is from SpaceClaim Corp, makers of SpaceClaim Style, Engineer and Viewer. If you look closely in the HD version of the YouTube video, you’ll see they are demonstrating with SpaceClaim… Continue reading Hands-On Design. For Real!
Make No Mistakes
One of the wonderful aspects of online services is the communities that form around them. These communities can not only share ideas, but sometimes they create very useful tools and add-ons that make the original service even better. That’s just what happened when Shapeway user Virtox created a special script for 3DS Max that computes… Continue reading Make No Mistakes