An infill pattern can be both aesthetically pleasing and super strong. Find out all about the wonders of Cura's gyroid infill.
An essential component in CNC machines and 3D printers, stepper motors make your machines move. Read on to learn all about them!
Wondering if you can 3D print rubber? Flexible materials can definitely be 3D printed. Read on to get the full scoop!
If you have a Creality Printer, Creality Slicer is optimized for you! Read on to learn all the basics about this slicer.
SolidWorks is powerful software that's only available for Windows. Learn about how to get started with SolidWorks on Linux/Ubuntu!
If you want to brighten up your space, check out these 3D printed lamps, lights, and shades. Eye-opening illumination awaits!
Looking for a unique gift, a cute accessory, or a small print test? These 3D printed keychains and keyrings may spark your creative interest!
Ever wonder how much 3D printing materials cost? Read on to learn all about different materials and their prices.
Certain materials, such as ABS, print best when in a heated 3D printer enclosure. Read on to find the best options for heating your setup!
Still a challenging material to 3D print, Silicone is now more accessible as new 3D printers enter the market. Discover silicone 3D printing!
Get your parts 3D printed in metal from a manufacturer near you. Our guide lists the top services and how to order everything from 3D printed stainless steel tools and titanium implants to gold jewelry and copper heatsinks.
Your 3D printer may have a Bowden tube in its extrusion setup, or it may have a direct extrusion system. Read all about the former!
Avoid unnecessary costs and become a frugal maker with the following 20 great tips to reduce your 3D printing cost.
Anycubic Photon Workshop is a great program for Anycubic printers. Read on to learn all about this slicer and getting started!
The Snapmaker 2.0 A350 3-In-1 3D printer, laser engraver/cutter, and CNC mill is our budget pick for 3-In-1 machines. Check out our review to find out why.
POM, often called Delrin or acetal, is a very popular engineering plastic. Find out how it stacks up when used in 3D printing.