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3D Hubs is one of the largest and most popular 3D printing services available, but it’s not perfect. Explore this list of 3D Hubs alternatives to see how it stacks up against the competition.
3D Hubs is the first 3D printing service to offer fiber-reinforced nylon, which makes printed objects even stronger than aluminum!
You’ve heard of 3D printed guns. But did you ever think about protect yourself from bullets using a 3D printer? A video uploaded to 3D Hubs shares some interesting results.
Shapeways, Sculpteo, i.Materialise, Rinkak and 3D Hubs ship professional 3D printed goods to consumers. Here’s what you must know about their pros and cons.
Looking for information on 3D Hubs? We‘ve accumulated the most important facts on the worldwide 3D printing cluster in this company profile.
The 3D Printing Handbook is a beautifully designed new reference work from 3D Hubs. We weren't invited to supply a puff quote, unfortunately.
Prusa! HP! Formlabs! London! Some dramatic developments in the 3D printing industry, if the latest 3D Hubs Trend Report is any indication.
Online 3D printing service 3D Hubs is at the center of a controversy on Reddit, accused of diverting customers away from local printing hubs.
Somos and 3D Hubs are joining forces to offer customers access to highly accurate 3D printed tools and molds with a quick turnaround time.
Release of uniVERSE accessory mount CAD is big news; creative community can now imagine and 3D print their own designs for OtterBox products.
A student named Paul Kohlhaussen reverse engineered three different expensive film cameras to create a fully functioning 3D printed camera.
3D Printing meets gaming meets virtual reality in XModule, an ambitious new title coming to Steam and Kickstarter in April.
3D printing trends March/April: These were the most popular 3D printers and 3D design software tools on the 3D Hubs network.
Which printer is hot in the Maker community? 3D Hubs have compiled a list of their most wanted 3d printers in January 2015. Guess who won?
Dutch 3D printing network, 3D Hubs, has released its quarterly 3D Printing Trends 2019 Q4/2019 report. Insights include the fact that US businesses now account for nearly half of all global online 3D printing demand. Also, 3 out of 4 major automotive companies in the US and Germany use 3D printing to mass-manufacture parts for their cars.
The open peer-to-peer marketplace pioneered by 3D Hubs has been relegated, say the company founders, to make room for a broader manufacturing platform driven by CAD-CAM technologies.
MakerGear! HP! Anet! New York City! Some intriguing new developments in the 3D printing industry, if the latest 3D Hubs Trend Report is any indication.