You’ve heard from PET, but there’s also PETG filament for 3D printing. But what are the advantages? Let’s take a look at the advantages of PETG 3D printer filament.
If you’re constantly making mistakes with your 3D prints, you can use the ProtoCycler to turn failed prints or water bottles into filament.
Home 3D printers have profited a lot from Open Source. iC3D and Aleph Objects are going the extra mile by open sourcing 3D printer filament.
Colorfabb has released their popular nGen-FLEX 3D printing filament in five new skin tone colors, giving 3D printed prosthetics a real look.
3D printing filament experts from NinjaTek premiered two new filaments with industrial grade properties: The rubber-like Cheetah and the sturdy Armadillo.
Technological company, Verbatim, is offering customers the chance to get their hands on new polypropylene (PP) 3D printing filament.
Nervous System 3D prints mind-boggling (and practical!) porcelain cups using Tethon’s new ceramic resin and shares what they’ve learned.
The new Onyx One 3D printer from Markforged will print carbon fiber reinforced parts for a prosumer-friendly starting price of $3,500.
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.
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?
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.
MyMiniFactory has made a gigantic DOOM BFG prop to promote the new game from Bethesda Studios. 20kg of filament and 1000 hours of printing!