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Now live on Kickstarter, the Athena is an LCD machine that leverages "force sensor" technology to achieve high-quality prints faster than its competitors.
The Knomi is an open source, round screen that displays status-based facial expressions and other print-related information.
Revo, V6, and Volcano nozzles boasting wear-resistant, thermal conductivity, and non-stick properties, are now available for purchase.
The Node Max is an open-source, ESP-32-based board that offers an easy way to connect your 3D printer to Wi-Fi, improving on its predecessors in several ways.
Everything a school, library, print lab, or business needs to know about operating 3D printers as safely as possible.
Version 1.9.0 brings new features, bug fixes, and changes that improve usability, efficiency, and more.
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A recent Prusa Research blog post seeks community feedback on its repository's upcoming subscription service.
Four new MSLA and FDM 3D printers in new Saturn 3 and Neptune 4 series' of 3D printers will be available for preorders on June 1.
Making use of Bambu Lab’s bundle and free guide, you can breathe full-colored life into an often monochromatic venture.
3D printing may not be cheaper than injection molding for mass production yet, but cost savings come from value-add innovations.
The new metal factory-in-a-box 3D printing cell from Additec can produce iron, titanium, and copper parts as tall as a person in a day.
That’s what Slice Engineering is asking for its new Mosquito Prime, which boasts the "world’s highest volumetric flow rate".
The Nextruder is a standout component of Prusa Research's Original Prusa XL, fully-loaded in its own right. Here are the details.
Shap-E is a step up from the recent, point cloud-based Point-E, featuring more-realistic textures and lighting.