In this tutorial you will learn how to create a 3D topographic model of any landscape you and have it output on a 3D printer.
Learn all about selling 3D printed items on Amazon, plus tips and tricks to ensure that your custom designs will sell like hot cakes.
New to the world of 3D printing? Never fear! This article serves up some practical advice regarding the "bread and butter" PLA/ABS filament.
Would you like to create your own personal rubber stamp? It's easy! Learn how it's done using modelling software and a 3D printer.
Got a new 3D printer? This article guides you through the first steps and provides you with a lot of ideas and free 3D models you can print.
Everybody has heard about 3D printing. But what is? And how does it work? All3DP gives a short overview over the various 3D printing methods.
In this workshop you will learn how to use 3D Slash to turn a 2D logo into a three-dimensional model for 3D printing.
Bookbinding is an intricate and complex process that involves having a high level of skill and requires a lot of time. But one Dutch craftsman is set to change this through his use of 3D printing.
In this workshop you'll learn how to construct a round and hollow 3D object like a coffee or a soft drink cup in the free 3D Slash software.
You'll need time, practice, and a bit of trial and error to develop your 3D modeling skills. Here are some free resources to get started.
You plan to do some 3D printing sessions? You will need some tools you may not have thought of. Make sure to get these basic 3D printing tools.
If you want full, vibrant color on 3D models, your best bet is to use hydrographic printing. Here’s what you need to know about it.
I know what a selfie is - but, what the heck, is a 3D selfie? And where do I get one?
3D Slash has no text feature, so you need to import an image of the name as a stencil and use that to extrude the letters in 3D.
One of the first questions asked by people interested in 3D printing is: Where do I get things - to be more precise: models - for 3D printing?
Invented in 1981, the Walking Gyroscope is a cool toy that uses centrifugal force to move. Here's an open source 3D printable version.
No access to a 3D Printer? No problem. Choose from a selection of 3D printing services or 3D printer networks to take care of the job.