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Makerbot has seen some Ups and Downs in the last years. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park talks to Andreas Langfeld about Makerbot‘s new strategies.
MakerBot announces new Thingiverse API Platform and Developer Portal, opening up the popular maker community to new extensions and features.
The Terracotta Warriors are considered one of the most impressive artifact collections in the world. Who wouldn't want to eat one made of chocolate?
Fans of Syfy TV shows can now download and 3D print their own exclusively licensed memorabilia from Thingiverse, courtesy of new offshoot Syfy Labs.
ALL3DP speaks with MakerBot Europe General Manager Andreas Langfeld about integration with Stratasys, and their strategic focus on the education market.
Looking for free models ready for 3D printing? There are two major meta search engines covering all relevant 3D model repositories.
3D printed Magnetic Bisymmetric Hendecahedrons: a fun and stylish puzzle to juggle your mind.
Ever lost the charger to your Pebble Watch? Just get the STL file for the Pebble Charger and build your own charger using a 3D printer.
Steampunk art combines the best aspects of art and utility into something bigger than both. Steampunk Cube Gears is a prime example.
The anti-social iPhone Case: your ticket to improved efficiency, greater productivity, more meaningful relationships, economic stability... and world peace.
The nice thing about this 3D printed Frankenstein light switch plate is that it won't kill everyone you love and drive you crazy like the infamous monster. Switch it on here.
Get your healthy dose of nostalgia: Maker option8 has resurrected the Apple Disk II - albeit in a somewhat smaller guise - and made it practical for the 21st century.
Cooking of ideas to do some last minute Christmas shopping? Perhaps You don’t even need to leave the house.
While it’s not the automated manufacturing you imagined when you were young, MakerBot’s snowball fabricator is certainly a step in the right direction.
If you love electronic music and 3D printing - and who doesn't - this news might bring your pulse to 180 beats per minute: Makerbot and Ghostly International present the "MakerBot Ghostly Vinyl Challenge". Here’s what’s it all about.