After repeated delays, the highly-anticipated 3D printers will start shipping in March, Prusa Research says, with multi-toolhead configurations following after further testing.
Now available on the OEM’s online store, the machine boasts on-the-fly material switching, automatic leveling, filament detection, and more.
Exclusive interview with UltiMaker CTO reveals the innovations behind the company’s updated flagship FDM 3D printer.
Ember Prototypes announces the Camera-Assisted XY Calibration Tool (CXC), a tool to improve printing accuracy and decrease calibration time.
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Creality continues to update its Klipper interface, the Sonic Pad, with impressive regularity, adding valuable features to the screen.
Maxon brings ‘new and exciting workflows’ to the popular digital sculpting software by way of subsurface scattering, emissive light generation, and more – plus new sculpting tools and native M1, M2 Mac support.
Thousands are expected to attend TIPE, the 3D printing industry virtual event and career fair featuring the top names in additive manufacturing.
Recycling the plastic from abandoned commercial fishing nets into a material to 3D print with gives consumers and companies a new path to sustainability.
The Manta E3 EZ features the same board-to-board sockets as the Raspberry Pi CM4, making it a prime candidate for those looking to run Klipper.
Fotis Mint, a popular 3D artist, released their entire back catalog of 3D fan art for free download on Printables – avoiding fan art controversy, they say.
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Save a tidy sum on one-month and one-year subscriptions to Fusion 360 plus its various extensions, including tools for machining, nesting and fabrication, simulation, and generative design.
The user-created design takes inspiration from E3D and Jubilee tool changers and is compatible with lightweight tools such as pen plotters and diode lasers.
Job boards, plus 3D printing certificate programs, university degrees in additive manufacturing, and free online self-study ops round out our guide to gaining 3D printing expertise and putting it to work.