Leo Gregurić is a member of All3DP’s Content Academy and contributing writer for All3DP.com.
The speed rate of filament development is actually fascinating. Amongst the younger, hottest developments is wood filament. We'll take a closer look at what exactly is it, and some of the market's most popular choices.
Modern 3D printing software makes G-code simulating possible in a form of a tool-path. This tool is extremely cool for delving into layers, and can also be important for advanced designers. Here's some of the most trusted & popular G-code viewing tools.
Binder jetting is a 3D printing technology that combines principles of SLS and material jetting. Take a tour of this unique technique to discover how it works, its pros and cons, and its ideal applications.
3D printing makes production faster, cuts costs and is capable of producing lighter weight and stronger parts. Take a look at some of the world's most impressive 3D printed motorcycle projects!
Material jetting is a relatively new 3D printing technique that uses liquid photopolymer and UV light. Learn all about this speedy technology, including how it works, its pros and cons, and its ideal application areas.
Although 3D printing exists in production circles outside of hobbyist activity, it's not exactly clear whether or not it can be effective in mass production. Here's a more detailed look into the capabilities of 3D printing for mass production.
Want to get the most out of your Anycubic i3 Mega? It all depends on the Cura settings you use. Here's what we suggest as the best Cura profile for your Anycubic i3 Mega.
Low-poly 3D models are hugely popular with 3D printing hobbyists. There's plenty to choose from, and here's a list of the best places to find 3D printable low-poly 3D models.
Sadly, not every leg amputee in this world has an artificial limb. However with 3D printing, it's possible to lower the cost and make custom prostheses faster and easier. Here's a curated list of some of the most promising 3D printed prosthetic legs.
Mostly used as a rapid prototyping tool, 3D printing has been present in the automotive industry for quite some time. Now, whole cars are being 3D printed. Here are 10 of the coolest cars that are 3D printed or contain 3D printed parts.
In the past few years, a number of construction companies have turned to 3D printing to reduce the cost of building houses. Here we look at some of the most interesting examples in order to get an idea of how much exactly it costs.
Since every 3D printing technology makes use of a different material, there are many categories and price ranges. Check out this article to get an overview of 3D printing materials and their costs.
The automotive industry has always been on the lookout for faster prototyping and solutions for reducing the part's weight while retaining the structural strength. Here's a curated list of some of the best automotive 3D printing applications so far.
SketchUp is a very powerful 3D modeling software, especially loved by interior designers and architects. If in doubt whether or not to pay for the Pro, keep reading!
Small 3D printed things are a great indicator of just how capable a 3D printer is, and are amazing to look at. Let's take a look at some of the smallest high-quality 3D prints ever produced.
3D printing a phone stand is both fun and useful, so why not give it a go? Here are some of the best 3D printed phone stand models available to download.
Ever wondered just how big 3D printing can go? Here's a sampling of some of the most impressive large-format projects, all of which have been produced with the aid of 3D printing.