Check out our guide to the 25 most popular 3D printing filament types, showing you their uses, properties and where you can buy them.
The speed rate of filament development is actually fascinating. Amongst the younger, hottest developments is wood filament. We'll take a closer look at what exactly is it, and some of the market's most popular choices.
What 3D printing technology can revolutionize a 2,700-year-old technology, open new doors in modern architecture, and rejuvenate critical infrastructure? That would be a sand 3D printer. Find out all about it!
Polycarbonate is a famously tough yet challenging material to 3D print due to its unique properties. Ensure success with polycarbonate 3D printing using this helpful guide!
CPE filament has a whole host of favorable properties, yet it's a name shrouded in mystery to most users. Dive into this guide to discover what CPE is and how you can get started printing it!
Metal 3D printing filaments are perfect for busts, figurines, and other 3D models. But in order to achieve that true metal look, you have to know how to properly post-process your metal 3D print. This weekend, get familiar with polishing and oxidizing techniques that will help your 3D print shine.
Nervous System 3D prints mind-boggling (and practical!) porcelain cups using Tethon's new ceramic resin and shares what they've learned.
Here is a complete overview of all PLA filament blends available today? Algea, Aluminum, Bamboo Wood, Beer, Birch Wood, Brass, Bronze, Carbon Fiber, Cedar Wood, Coconut Wood, Coffee, Color Changing, Conductive, Copper, Cork Wood, Ebony Wood, ...
Researchers have managed to use a commercial 3D printer to create active 3D printer plastic which could help break down pollutant particles.