The Snapmaker, a super-compact 3-in-1 3D printer, laser-engraver, and CNC carver, is our Spring 2019 pick for "Best Budget All-In-One 3D Printer". Check out our review to find out why it offers the best value for money.
Our weekly roundup of the latest 3D printer projects live on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Which Kickstarter 3D printer is worthy of your support?
Migo is a portable desktop 3D printer with wifi connectivity. And it's a just so cute! With a successful crowd-funding campaign under it's belt, are you in the market for a Migo? Review the facts here.
M3D's new PROMEGA 3D Printer offers two cubic feet of build space, a direct-drive dual-extruder, auto-bed leveling, and more.
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?
Previewing the new Prometheus System on Kickstarter, Thomas Sanladerer explains why dual-extrusion is the next frontier in 3D printing.
Fabulous bees need fabulous, sustainable 3D Printed Beehives. HiveHaven was making great strides, but now they've put the project on hold. What happened?
Curious about the Trinus 3D printer on Kickstarter? Of course you are! Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Professional musicians and audiophiles may soon be able to benefit from custom-fit, 3D printed in-ear monitors, if this Kickstarter campaign by HW Audio is successful.
Curious about the OLO smartphone 3D printer on Kickstarter? Of course you are! Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
64oz Games are crowdfunding their 3D printed dice stamped with Braille and Roman numerals, specially made for tabletop roleplaying games.
3D print an object with all the colors of the rainbow? Crazy! But that's what the RoVa4D Full Color Blender is promising.
Live on Kickstarter, the Trinus 3D Printer is a professional-grade machine for under $500. ALL3DP interviews Head of Design Bojan Smiljanic.
The world's first 3D printed sunglasses from plastic waste? Startup to turn car dashboards, soda bottles and fridges into quality shades.
Fishy Filaments is a startup which wants to help local fishing communities recycle their old fishing nets and turn them into usable filament.
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.
Peachy Printer discloses that funds raised on Kickstarter had been misappropriated by their financial manager to build a house.