Helpful tutorials, guides, how-tos, and FAQs for 3D printing, CAD and more.
What is 4D printing? How does a 4D printer work? Read our essential guide to learn more about this amazing technology.
How to use the free Tinkercad web tool to build a 3D printable name plate, e.g. as a tag for your luggage or as a present.
Interested in 3D printing? Read the most comprehensive guide to 3D printing answering 101 essential questions about 3D printing.
Read our comprehensive 3D printing materials guide to learn about the materials used for home and industrial 3d printing today.
3D printing supports is often essential when printing a difficult model. But what's the right type of support? Which settings work best? This step-by-step supports guide will lead you to the answer.
Cartesian vs Delta vs Polar vs Scara: FDM 3D printers come in many shapes and sizes. Learn to tell the differences and advantages.
Does your next project call for the durable PETG used in plastic bottles? Or perhaps you want to go for PLA, the environmentally friendly bioplastic used in surgical implants? Continue reading for an in-depth comparison of the two!
Learn how to create text in SketchUp that you can print on a 3D printer - e.g. a signature or company name.
Welcome to All3DP's Blender Tutorial for 3D Printing. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create text to 3D print using Blender.
Looking for a free version of Autodesk Inventor? Here are the best answers on how to get Autodesk Inventor for free, along with some of the best software alternatives.
Have you ever wanted to see your name printed in 3D? Learn how to 3D print letters or text using FreeCAD.
Here’s everything you need to know about 3D printing support structures before you start printing overhangs and bridges in your models.
Looking for "Fusion 360 free download" and don't want to commit to buy the full version of the popular 3D modeling software from Autodesk? Here are the best answers to the question: Is there a free full version?
3D printing vs CNC milling: All3DP compares these competing manufacturing technologies and explains which one to use for which purpose.
3D Slash proves that 3D modeling doesn't need to be rocket science. It can be fun, and productive. Version 2.0 is even easier to use. For more details, read this 3D Slash review.