This was quick: Just some weeks after the release of Cura 2.5, there‘s already a new version of the popular slicer available in public beta.
3D printing service Sculpteo starts offering CarbonMide, an extremely stiff, strong and light material suited for professional 3D prints.
Home 3D printers have profited a lot from Open Source. iC3D and Aleph Objects are going the extra mile by open sourcing 3D printer filament.
One of the most brilliant ideas of “Legend of Zelda” inventor Shigeru Miyamoto is to reuse the Zelda props throughout all the games. Here are the greatest Legend of Zelda Props to 3D print.
3D printing and video games go well together. Here‘s a great looking cabinet to give your Nintendo Switch a perfect Neo Geo retro feel.
If you ever dreamed about visiting a 3D printed replica of Count Dracula’s Castle in the US, here’s the perfect Kickstarter campaign for you.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new improved “Raspberry Pi Zero W”. It adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability to the Zero – for $10.
You’ve heard from PET, but there’s also PETG filament for 3D printing. But what are the advantages? Let’s take a look at the advantages of PETG 3D printer filament.
3D printer manufacturer Tiko 3D have admitted they are under heavy financial pressure. So what’s happening with the 16.000 Kickstarter backers?
On paper, the specifications of the low-cost “Aether 1” bioprinter are very impressive. Now the company has shipped its first beta unit to a science lab in the UK.
If you want to learn 3D printing, you can’t start early enough. Now here’s a children’s book about a boy and his magical 3D printer. For some days, you can even download it for free.