Troubling news from YouTube: a popular 3D print channel has been abruptly deleted.
Let’s talk about 3D printing scams.
A new desktop 3D printer price tracker has emerged.
Three 3D print companies are using social media in different ways to reach their audience.
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This week’s selection is the scary Quarantine Haircut Robot by YouTuber Shane Wighton.
With the cancellation of countless in-person 3D print events, companies have leveraged technology to keep in contact with clients and prospects in unique ways.
There is so much competition smaller 3D print vendors might consider consolidating to expand.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the role of YouTube in empowering those interested in exploring 3D printing.