Brian Obudho is a member of All3DP’s Content Academy and contributing writer for All3DP.com.
Open Bionics combines 3D printing and open source designs to make affordable robotic hands that are just as advanced as many commercially available prosthetics. Their latest addition is the Brunel Hand 2.0, which any willing DIYer can print and assemble.
For today's Weekend Project, we're looking at a 3D printed RC Airboat by maker Simon Sörensen. After some trial and error, the 3D printing enthusiast was able to create a functional boat design – and you can too!
Cosplayers have moved beyond the needle and thread into 3D printing technology, which allows creators to bring their favorite characters to life. Today, creators are using the 3D printing technology to adapt intricate designs from movies and video games. The first step is choosing the right 3D printer, and we're here to help you with that decision.
One of the ways to enhance the print quality of the popular Anet A8 is by upgrading its extruder. Here, we list some of the best extruders that will take your printing experience to the next level.
The ideal build plate for the job typically depends on the materials you are printing. However, if you're in search of a perfect first layer and effortless print removal, a glass print plate is exactly what you need. Read on as we look at the benefits of a 3D printer glass bed and what to look for when shopping for your own.
The resolution is an indication of printing quality and must be understood from all the three dimensions. Here, we dig deeper into what resolution means on both the vertical and horizontal planes, helping you understand what exactly resolution means in desktop 3D printing
A 3D object needs three axes to be represented within the 3D printing space and to be printed. Here, we explain the 3D printer axis system, how it works, and what aids its movement.
Looking to 3D print your parts in stainless steel? We expound the possibilities: outsourcing, buying your own stainless steel 3D printer or using metal-filled PLA like SteelFill
Is PLA food safe? We delve into the details of what you need to know and provide evidence that tries to answer this question
Interested in 3D printing in aluminum? You can either use a aluminum 3D printing service or buy an aluminum 3D printer. Read on to find out more!
To avoid occasional printing errors, you're better off with a sensor that lets you know whenever your filament breaks, runs out, or gets tangled on the spool. Read on to learn how to make your own.