London startup Batch Works have devised an ingenious perpetual printing process for a standard Ultimaker 2+, and it’s completely open source.
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This is where 3D printing is right now, according to Thomas Sanladerer. Read his detailed and enthusiastic Original Prusa i3 MK2 review.
The LulzBot Mini is an open-source desktop 3D printer which is an absolute joy to use on a day-to-day basis. Read our LulzBot Mini review.
BCN3D Technologies announce the BCN3D Moveo, an open source 3D printed robot arm developed with the Catalonian Department of Education.
Living in a big city, with concrete on all sides? Cultivate a bit of green on your windowsill with our guide to 3D printed hydroponics.
Ultimaker has released Cura 2.4, the latest update to their open source 3D printing slicer software. Learn about the new features here.
What to do when the Armies of Darkness are looming on your doorstep? The 3D Prepper forgoes the boomstick and the chainsaw for a 3D printer.
Researchers at Rice University hacked a commercial Laser Cutter to create a cheap, open source SLS 3D Printer for regenerative medicine and experimenting.
Two new varieties of 3DBenchy have been added to the fleet; one is dual-print ready, and another is multi-part assembly. Printer tests ahoy!
This dinky device is called Zero Terminal, a portable Linux PC built using a Raspberry Pi, a smartphone keyboard, and a 3D printed case.
Citing a need to protect IP and freedom to innovate, open source 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker is now investing in defensive patents.