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3D Printing vs CNC: Explained and Compared

3D printing vs CNC milling: All3DP compares these competing manufacturing technologies and explains which one to use for which purpose.

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Snapmaker Kickstarter Project Teases 3D Printer, Laser Etcher and CNC Milling All-In-One

Say hello to Snapmaker - a three-in-one, all-metal workshop productivity machine heading to Kickstarter for under $200? What's the catch?

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Bre Pettis Acquires CNC Milling Startup Other Machine

Makerbot co-founder Bre Pettis is back in the maker game, this time with the CNC milling machine startup Other Machine.

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Glowforge is Not Actually a 3D Printer, it’s a 3D Laser Printer

Marketing a new product is tricky. Glowforge calls itself a 3D laser printer, but it can't actually print in 3D. Makers are excited, though!

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Goliath “Autonomous Cutting Machine” Live on Kickstarter

New Kickstarter Goliath claims to "turn BIG ideas into tangible items". The autonomous CNC milling robot could potentially tackle huge jobs.

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Benchmarks: Worktops Made into Beautiful Art with 3D Scanning & CNC Milling

Ghanian artist El Anatsui and Factum Arte have created a series of contemporary art prints called Benchmarks, featuring 3D scanned worktops.

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Zmorph Shows How to Create a Custom Mechanical Clock

If you find that you're deterred from using a 3D printer because your designs require subtractive techniques, Zmorph might have the ideal solution.