Hungarian CAD company is completing its comparison to market leaders.
This week’s selection are the 3D printed Vise Grips by Adam Cook.
AI is upon us, but what might it affect in the 3D printing universe?
This week’s selection is the Palm Ratchet Knob by Printables contributor Shiura.
I’ve had a problem with 3D software tools for many years, and it’s time to write about it.
This week’s selection is the fascinating Denture Bit Holder With Magnets by Printables contributor iplop.
Formlabs announced a set of finishing tools that could be very useful for anyone 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how 3D printing could be used at Milwaukee Tools.
Charles Goulding & Andressa Bonafe look at Adobe’s innovations in the 3D print world.
Do you have complementary 3D printers? Don’t know what that is? Read on!
This week’s selection is the Precision Caliper by designer ALBERTO-TBVA8XC8.
A tool manufacturer has leveraged 3D printing to make their product more attractive to buyers.
Sinterit announced the availability of a new “comprehensive set of powder tools”, which aims to change the game when acquiring an SLS 3D printer.
One of the biggest positives of 3D printing is that no tooling is required — but it might just be perfect for making parts including jigs, fixtures, end-use parts, and even tooling.
Good news from the folks at Gravity Sketch.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi delve into the charming world of gardening – with a 3D printing twist.
I’ve found a source with a ton of CAD utility recommendations that could make life easier for anyone using 3D CAD to create designs for 3D printing.
Charles Goulding and Dylan Comerford of R&D Tax Savers discuss 3D printing in creating all-important manufacturing aids.
Jewelry design has never been easier. Find out how to use 3D printing software to design your own jewelry. Here are the best jewelry design tools in 2019.
This is an entry in our 3D Print Learning Series, focusing on 3D print concepts.
If you’ve yet to get your CAD jabbers on SelfCAD, you can spin it up and start modeling in less time than it takes to juice a pack navel oranges with your elbows at your co-worker’s desk–Tis a fact.
I’m reading a press release from Massivit describing a notable machine sale, and had a thought about choosing 3D printers.
This week’s selection is “The Maker’s Field Guide: The Definitive Reference for the Professional Designer” by Christopher Armstrong.
I’ve noticed a bit of a trend, at least informally, regarding use of free 3D CAD suites.
Stratasys announced something profoundly important this week, but I don’t think many people understand exactly how important this is.
There are plenty of ideas for tools required to help operate desktop 3D printers, and one of them is the heat gun.
Those who own a personal 3D printer likely have a suite of instruments ready to be used with their printer. What instruments are essential?
Most 3D models for 3D printing still use the now-aging STL format. That can cause problems.