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Mill vs Lathe: The Differences

If you're confused by shop terminology, read on and blast through our quick guide on mill vs. lathe machines.

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Digital Metal: Ground-Breaking 3D Printed Jewelry

Two innovative Swedish companies – one in jewelry design and one in metal 3D printing – collaborate to push the boundaries of 3D-printed wearable art. Take a look at this Digital Metal case study to learn more.

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How to Find 3D Printing Companies that Print Parts for You

Want 3D printed parts but don't own a printer? Why not turn to a professional service? Learn how to find the 3D printing company for you!

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Finally, There’s a Better Way to Recycle PLA

It’s a commonly held belief that PLA is easily biodegradable – which it is, except only under particular conditions not found in your typical landfill. So what of the myriad of Benchies? UK researchers may have a solution.

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Best Waterjet Cutting Services

Waterjet cutting can be quite useful, but it's not something you can do in your garage. Check out these waterjet cutting services for your next project!

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Josef Prusa Addresses Reports of Problems with Original Prusa Mini

The founder of Prusa Research, Josef Prusa, welcomed the new year with a blog post recapping 2019, divulging plans for 2020 and providing updates on the Original Prusa Mini 3D printer.

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The Future of 3D Printing: Beyond 2020

Similar to the way the World Wide Web democratized news, education, and entertainment, 3D printing has the potential to democratize the manufacturing of certain goods.

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3D Printed Christmas Tree: 10 Tree-Mendous Models

Everyone loves when the Christmas tree is brought in and it begins "to feel a lot like Christmas!" Here are 10 3D printed Christmas tree models to help you show even more yuletide cheer!

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What Is a Banana Pi? All You Need to Know

The Raspberry Pi is a well-known board in the hobbyist world, but what if you’re looking for something more? Learn about the Banana Pi in this handy guide.

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Lego Targeting Maker Community’s 3D Models with Infringement Notices

In the face of takedown notices from iconic brand Lego, model-sharing platforms like Cults and Thingiverse have removed makers’ Lego-related models, but at least one platform is standing firm – for now.

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Multicolor 3D Prints with Palette 2: All You Need to Know

The Palette 2 is a device that blends up to four different filaments into a single strand. Dig into this guide to multicolor 3D printing on the Palette 2.

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Tumblr Briefly Became a New Hub for Banned 3D Printed Gun Group

A 3D printed gun group, which is banned on all major social media platforms, briefly moved to Tumblr, a microblogging website, before being banned by them too.

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Urethane Casting – All You Need to Know

Urethane casting combines the strength and finish of injection-molded parts with the flexibility of 3D printed tooling. Learn more about this low-volume process!

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3D Printing Microfluidic Models – 5 Most Interesting Projects

One of the goals of low cost 3D printing is to be able to create medical and scientific devices from it. Diagnostically capable microfluidic models represent the first step into this exciting new world of 3D printing and biosensing capabilities.

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Edelkrone Launches 3D Printable Ortak Line for DIY Photo Rigs

Edelkrone, the well-known creator of photography and film dolly and slider systems, now offers a 3D printable FlexTilt Head. For $30, you get some essential aluminum parts, add some 3D printed ones and save yourself at least $100.

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DNA from Cigarette Butts Turned into 3D Printed Portraits

Heather Dewey-Hagborg is an American artist who created 3D printed portraits based on DNA she collected and analyzed from cigarette butts and hair found around New York City. Her work is now on permanent display in London.

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[STUFF] WebGL Fluid Simulation

Probably the most dazzling thing you'll do on your smartphone today, this JavaScript fluid simulator is a colorful way to ease your mind and pass the time.

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3D Print Your Own Construction System – Introducing Polypanels

Polypanel is a 3D printable library of interlocking pieces that can be used to build all manner of functional models - just print some and you'll be building things in a snap.

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myReflection 3D Prints Comfortable Prosthetics for Breast Cancer Patients

myReflection is a company set up by a couple in New Zealand which uses 3D printing to create comfortable prosthetic breasts for women who have had a mastectomy. 

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Prusa Launches Model Marketplace, Community Hub and Blog

Josef Průša, CEO and founder of Prusa Research, announces the all-new community website, PrusaPrinters.org. The new site consists of several main parts including a model marketplace that accommodates G-code, and new World user hub. It is now available to test out in Beta.

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