What's the best 3D printer of 2017? Read our guide to the 19 best 3D printers you can buy today, together with in-depth 3D printer reviews.
Here are the 40 most innovative 3D printing companies in 2017, from pioneering 3D printer manufacturers to the best filament producers.
Arduino 3D printers are rare. But if you want an Arduino 3D printer you should take a look at these DIY Arduino 3D printer projects.
One year after it was launched, the Ultimaker 3 Source Files for both Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker 3 Extended have now been released.
This Cura tutorial for beginners shows step-by-step how to use Cura software and to find the right settings for 3D printing.
The Ultimaker 3 is a dual extrusion 3D printer with some impressive innovations. Read the ALL3DP verdict in our detailed Ultimaker 3 review.
When we talk about 3D printer resolution, we have to take all 3 dimensions into consideration: resolution on the XY and the Z axis ...
Ultimaker 2+ is a great 3D printer for reliability and quality, but the wish-list for new features is growing. Read our Ultimaker 2+ review.
Looking for free resources for 3D printing classes? Read our guide to get 3D printing curricula, videos and materials for your classes.
TCT Show 2017 might be over, but the innovation has just begun. Here's our recap of the best 3D printing moments at this year's conference.
Ultimaker unveils two software platforms that will improve and extend the capabilities of their popular line of 3D printing machines.
Ultimaker’s Cura 2.5 has left its beta status. It offers faster slicing capabilities, dual printhead controls, and better user control.
3D slicer Cura is the quasi-standard of all 3D printing slicers. It’s versatile, open source and it gets the job done nicely. Now it‘s getting a big update for Mac and PC with interesting new features and improvements.
Ultimaker has released Cura 2.4, the latest update to their open source 3D printing slicer software. Learn about the new features here.
Enhancing an old workhorse with the E3D Ultimaker 2 Extrusion Upgrade Kit is a tantalising prospect. Read our detailed test and review.
Is there any way to make math fun? Andreas Kaiser believes 3D printed puzzles are the way forward, especially if students can make their own.
ABB Robotics was able to save both time and money by replacing production methods with 3D printing to prototype fingers for their robot YuMi.