Matthew Mensley is not a big fan of writing about himself in the third person. He is, though, a fan of writing, punning (the lowest, and most excellent form of wit) and all things tech.
Just days after its announcement, a seemingly true-to-life 3D printable model of Valve's highly anticipated Steam Deck handheld gaming PC is knocking about the web.
Like a lime green phoenix from the ashes, the LulzBot of old has returned... sort of. Say hello to Lulzbot's small, new, and customizable 3D printer: the Taz SideKick.
New 3D printed Airbnb lodging in Canada offers great mountain and lake views, plus the warm fuzzy feeling of helping a good cause.
The best 3D printers you can buy right now for home, backed by full printer reviews. Check out our buyer’s guide to find the best 3D printer for your needs.
Anycubic is keeping itself busy at TCT Asia with a flurry of new printers that, in addition to the long-awaited Vyper, also includes a clutch of previously unknown and, arguably, more significant machines.
For better or worse, Thingiverse persists as the web's biggest 3D model repository. Here's how to get the most from it.
Kickstarter has turned up some legendary 3D printers in the past. The Jadelabo J1 might just be one in the making.
The release of Apple's AirTags got us thinking; could you use them to track 3D prints? How would you do it? We might have the answer.
Revealed on social media, new details emerge of Elegoo's next FDM 3D printer.
Looking for an affordable resin 3D printer? Check out our buyer's guide to find the best budget resin 3D printer for your needs.
Do the pew pew on the go go with our picks of the best portable laser engravers available now. They might not entirely be pocketable, but these mini machines will help you lase your way around the world like the laser-toting nomad you were born to be.
Expanding its lineup to tackle budget resin printing, the Californian printing supplier debuts an ultra-low odor resin for makers.
Looking for a cheap 3D printer? Check out our buyer’s guide to the best budget 3D printers priced under $200, $300, $500, and $1,000.
The Longer LK5 Pro brings the bigness, with a large build volume and large touchscreen UI layered on top of its generally-pretty-okay LK4 Pro printer.
Elegoo – it of desktop resin 3D printing fame – has a new FDM 3D printer on the horizon. It's called the Elegoo Neptune 2, and after using it for a couple of weeks, just like the planet it's named after, we're a little cold.
Our metal 3D printer buyer's guide provides the insights you need to make the best metal 3D printer decision. Take a look!
Prusa Research has a new printer out, sort of. The Original Prusa i3 MK3S+ is a lot of what we know, with small design changes and a new mesh bed leveling probe. Read our review to see how it stacks up.
Keep those purse strings tight with our current selection of the best 3D printers under $200.
Phrozen's Sonic Mini 4K is a high-res upgrade of its budget-friendly fast-printing Sonic Mini 3D printer. Bringing super-duper high-resolution printing to the speedy mono-LCD printing party the Mini started, it's a technically superior, but less forgiving printer.
Both the Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K and Sonic Mini feature monochromatic LCDs, letting them print fast. But elsewhere, there’s plenty to separate the two. Here’s how they’re different.