TPU filament continues to be popular. Learn the basics and check out our selection of the best TPU filament brands.
When dialing in a 3D printer, the nozzle is often overlooked. Read on for an in-depth look into 3D printer nozzle types, size, and material.
Thanks to the growing i3 Mega 3D printing community, here is our selection of the best Anycubic i3 Mega upgrades and mods to improve your 3D printer.
What's the best 3D pen? Good question. Check out our current buyer's guide to find out which 3D pen came out on top.
Want to build your own 3D printer with an affordable DIY 3D printer kit? Check out the best DIY 3D printer kits you can buy right now.
Ender 5, Ender 5 Pro, or Ender 5 Plus, that is the question! Learn the differences to find out which version is best for you.
When shopping for the best hot end for your 3D printer, there are some things that you should consider. Check out the best 3D printer extruder hot ends on the market.
Read our buyer's guide to learn about PLA filament, its various blends on the market, where you can buy them, and how PLA compares to ABS.
NinjaTek is the high-quality filament brand behind NinjaFlex, Cheetah, Armadillo, and more. Read on to learn all about NinjaTek's filaments!
Though mighty, the Ender 3 doesn't have filament runout detection. Learn how to install two types of filament sensors on your Ender 3.
There's no shortage of Ender 3 mainboard upgrade options. Check out our list of the best boards out there!
One company. Two printers. Which should you choose and for whom? Learn the differences between Creality's 3D Printers: Ender 3 and Ender 5.
We break down the differences between the current Elegoo Mars lineup.
In the last two decades, robot arms have migrated from industrial tools to household tools, toys, and DIY projects. Here we list a few of the best robot arms that you can buy or 3D print to extend your workshop or just use for fun!
Thanks to the Anet A8 3D printing community, here is our selection of the 25 best Anet A8 upgrades and mods to improve your 3D printing experience.
We take a look at a specific type of single-board computer. x86-type processors, though less common, offer specific advantages. Learn more!
Want to get a bit more familiar with CNC 3018 (Pro) machines? Find out why these engravers are a great way to start tinkering!