I just noticed that 3D Systems has completely revamped their online support material for all their equipment.
There’s now a powerful software library available to build web-based 3D tools
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No, we don’t mean that we are making *actual* railways on 3D printers! Instead we’re talking about the miniature hobbyist kind of railway. Previously we reported on the beginnings of railway fabbing, but now it seems to be taking off. A big hat tip towards Jeroen Vanderschaaf who pointed out “Fabbing”, a relatively new blog… Continue reading Railway Fabbing