Curious about of PETG filament? In this guide, we’ll simply explain the 3D printing material, when you should use it, what the benefits are, and where you can buy the best PETG filament.
Looking for the perfect PETG filament? Check out our visual and mechanical review of the best PETG from top 3D printing filament producers.
Read our comprehensive 3D printing materials guide to learn about the materials used for home and industrial 3d printing today.
Want to keep your filament in tip-top shape? Engineer and 3D printing enthusiast RichRap shows us how to create DIY Heated DryBox for 3D Printing filament for under $20.
With their new composite “Hotflex”, German computer scientists found a way to customize 3D prints after they have been printed. How many prints have you thrown out after realizing that they need just a slight change? How many iterations did you need to get that perfect angle for a prototype? Unfortunately, there’s no room for even simple changes or […]
ABS 3D printer filament is the most used home 3D printer filament after PLA. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of ABS filament? Let’s take a look.
Dutch initiative "Precious Plastics" have created great tools to recycle waste plastic. And the best: The tools are open source. Free 3D printing filament, anyone?
Neither a big industrial machine nor the newest home 3D printer was the star at TCT show in Birmingham. It was a fully 3D printed pinball machine.
Philament is a new Hungarian 3D printing filament producer. Besides the standards, they offer industrial grade materials like heat-resistant, antibacterial and non-conductive PLA filament.
From metal 3D printing to bespoke 3D printed eyewear. Find out more about this year’s nominees for the Forbes "30 Under 30" list.
Polymaker unveils the PolyBox, a container that keeps plastic filaments protected from moisture and sits beside a desktop 3D printing system.
The new Onyx One 3D printer from Markforged will print carbon fiber reinforced parts for a prosumer-friendly starting price of $3,500.
If you're constantly making mistakes with your 3D prints, you can use the ProtoCycler to turn failed prints or water bottles into filament.
WASP wants to bring down the cost for big 3D printed objects. So they invented a new nozzle for 3D printing pellets, which only cost a fraction of regular filament. So now you can 3D print chairs for just some bucks.
German computer scientists are working on a way to allow customization of individual prints by developing a composite called Hotflex.