Ultimaker announced the “Ultimaker Metal Expansion Kit”, which enables metal 3D printing on their S5 model.
Researchers at Imperial College London have devised a relatively inexpensive system to provide 5-axis 3D printing capability.
After last week’s news of a coming new software release from Simplify3D, reactions have been all over the map.
A new version of Polygonica has been released with several powerful 3D features.
Prusa Research dropped the latest version of their popular 3D print slicing software, PrusaSlicer 2.4, and it has an astounding number of amazing new features.
Meltio announced their first client for the hybrid CNC system announced last year.
It’s 2021, and that means only one thing: SOLIDWORKS 2022 is coming out.
3D Control Systems announced the availability of a new version of their 3DPrinterOS system, which happens to include some very interesting improvements.
Recently there seems to be an uptick in rumors of a possible Prusa MK4 desktop 3D printer.
Prusa Research significantly updated their SL1 MSLA 3D printer.
Prusa Research released version 3.10.0 firmware for their flagship line of 3D printers.
A new Kickstarter project offers a different kind of 3D printer multi-material upgrade.
Researchers at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) have developed a novel approach to 3D print extrusion that could transform many desktop 3D printers.
When Siemens implemented its continuous release plan almost two years ago, it promised enhancements to NX every six months.
Robert McNeel & Associates has released version 7 of their popular 3D CAD tool, Rhinoceros, a.k.a. Rhino3D.
Budapest-based designer Adam Miklosi has decided to “upgrade” existing IKEA products with his open-source collection of 3D printed accessories.
Prusa Research announced they’ve upgraded their current lineup of desktop 3D printers — but only slightly.
Bondtech and Slice Engineering announced the immediate availability of a series of upgrades designed for most of the Creality line of 3D printers.
The latest update from the Fusion 360 crew has us pulling our sock over our knee-caps and throwing our hats in the air.
I had a chat with the friendly folks at MakerOS to learn about their new “V2” software.
Dassault Systèmes has released SOLIDWORKS 2021, the latest version of the powerful 3D CAD tool.
Robot Factory announced the “Steel Roller Kit”, which converts a normal desktop 3D printer into a continuously operating device.
PTC has revealed details of the latest Creo release, Creo 7.0, available on April 14.
Ultimaker has released a new version of Ultimaker Cura 4.5, and as usual there are a couple of very interesting new features.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 3 deals with troubleshooting and eventual success.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 2 deals with assembly and initial testing.
We tested the Prusa Research MMU2S multi-material 3D printer upgrade kit and learned a great deal about 3D printing. Part 1 deals with concepts and assembly.
Own a DP200 and want to print any material? Find out if Sindoh will ever offer a firmware upgrade to allow use of open materials and avoid requiring cartridges.
There’s an exciting upgrade for the most popular 3D printer around: the Prusa Bear Upgrade.
Third party slicing software provider Simplify3D released a new version of their popular tool.
Robert McNeel & Associates, makers of the popular Rhinoceros 3D CAD tool, have shipped V6, but with a very intriguing change.
Your desktop 3D printer is likely far more well equipped than early machines, but are there things to make it even better?
There was a bit of controversy earlier this month when Prusa Research announced the fabulous new Prusa i3 MK3 desktop 3D printer.
A third party upgrade could bring new life and abilities to the many Replicator 2’s across the globe.