What is the best 3D printer file format? Which format should you use? We explain and compare the four most common 3D printing file formats: STL, OBJ, AMF, and 3MF.
Here’s everything you need to know about 3D printing support structures before you start printing overhangs and bridges in your models.
Here are 20 great ways to reduce the cost of 3D printing. Avoid unnecessary costs and become a frugally-minded maker with the following tips.
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Got broken things that need a little TLC? What if a fix was as simple as whipping up your own 3D printed parts? Read on to see how.
3D printing explained: What is 3D printing? What’s 3D printing good for? How does 3D printing work? We simply explain this exciting technology in depth.
Want to do rapid prototyping with 3D printing? Here is all you need to know to get started with 3D printing prototyping.
The creator of the Ironing feature currently in the Cura 2.7 Beta details a new method that offers similar results in less print time.
3D printing is still relatively young. For that, it has already broken several records - some even made it to the Guinness Book Of Records. Here are 10 of the greatest 3D printing world records.
Getting your feet wet in 3D printing is becoming increasingly important, says Rachel Park. Also, businesses could take an active role in supporting their current workforces.
Guns, printed organs, disrupted logistics: There are way too many myths surrounding 3D printing. Here’s what‘s true - and what’s not.
In order to improve high-temperature 3D printing, E3D releases the Titan Aqua hotend and extruder alongside a water-cooling kit.
Print yourself a surprising little piece of magic with Create Cafe's new CreateLitho app.
The crash test dummy manufacturer Humanetics is using Markforged's 3D printing technology and Onyx carbon-composite material to produce dummies the resemble elderly drivers, helping them accurately reflect injuries that could occur in a real car accident.
Grafter can remix 3D printing models into new, functional machines, without the need for extensive tweaking or testing.