Join us as we review the Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D printer, laser-engraver and CNC carver. Packing a super-compact all-metal design, could this be a workshop productivity wunderkind? Read on for our unboxing and assembly impressions and experiences working with the machine.
The AR2 6 axis robot launched on Kickstarter - this is an open-source, 3D printable kit which can be built using off-the-shelf components all for under $2,500.
It's time to invest in finger friendly gizmos. Here are 32 great DIY fidget toys & fidget spinner alternatives to DIY or buy.
Our weekly roundup of the latest 3D printer projects live on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Which Kickstarter 3D printer is worthy of your support?
Keen to learn more about the Raise3D N2 3D printer? Review the facts here, with a full breakdown of features and technical specifications.
T3D is launching their smartphone 3D printer on Kickstarter. Will it be worth the hype or just another disappointing crowdfunding campaign?
Fat Dragon Games have launched the Dragonlock system on Kickstarter, a set of 3D printed, interlockable dungeon tiles for roleplaying games.
Curious about the Trinus 3D printer on Kickstarter? Of course you are! Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Your nozzle is the last and final step in your extrusion system, and maybe the most important part of your 3D printer. Get the best performance from yours with the Tungsten Carbide Nozzle.
Previewing the new Prometheus System on Kickstarter, Thomas Sanladerer explains why dual-extrusion is the next frontier in 3D printing.
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.
Now live on Kickstarter is the Gigabot X, a large-scale, direct pellet extrusion 3D printer for fabricating with recycled plastic.
SparkMaker is introducing their new product, the SparkMaker desktop SLA 3D printer, for a shockingly low retail price of $249.
Peachy Printer discloses that funds raised on Kickstarter had been misappropriated by their financial manager to build a house.
Remember the Fidget Cube? The Kickstarter gizmo everyone went crazy about? Now there’s Twiddle Cube, an affordable competitor. But we found a lot of disturbing information on it.
Guest post from Cameron Norris from Wevolver PLEN2 is a app controlled, Arduino, open-source, easy to program & 3D printable robot. Adorable.
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.