Prototyped with 3D printing on an Ultimaker 2+, the Cora Ball is designed to stop microfibres from your laundry leeching into the ocean.
The Snapmaker 3D Printer is live on Kickstarter. ALL3DP exclusively interviews founder Daniel Chen on the project’s background and future.
After many high-profile scampaign and crowdfail incidents in 3D printing, new site FitForLaunch wants to change crowdfunding for the better.
With a bigger build volume, heated print bed, and a new processor system, the M3D Pro is an exciting update to the original M3D Micro.
If you’ve been looking for a 3D printer which won’t break the bank, but still claims to be up to scratch with the latest technology, check out this interview with Hero101’s CEO.
Set Lasers To Fun
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?
After great success on Kickstarter, the E3D BigBox 3D printer is shipping to backers. Is it really the high-spec, no compromise machine we were promised?
Another campaign controversy on Kickstarter, where XMachines cannot fulfill pledges for Lorei 3D Printer after raising $500,000 dollars.
Launched on Kickstarter as part of the Make 100 campaign, Robot Picasso is a modified 3D printer which converts pictures into cubist art.
With 48 hours left on their Kickstarter campaign, Next Dynamics facing questions about having a working prototype of their NexD1 3D printer.
Previewing the new Prometheus System on Kickstarter, Thomas Sanladerer explains why dual-extrusion is the next frontier in 3D printing.
Live on Kickstarter, the Trinus 3D Printer is a professional-grade machine for under $500. ALL3DP interviews Head of Design Bojan Smiljanic.
Fabulous bees need fabulous, sustainable 3D Printed Beehives. HiveHaven was making great strides, but now they’ve put the project on hold. What happened?
New company Skelmet uses 3D scanning and printing to make custom sunglasses that fit perfectly and don’t weigh heavily on your face.
Fishy Filaments is a startup which wants to help local fishing communities recycle their old fishing nets and turn them into usable filament.