Owners of Formlabs personal 3D printing gear rejoice! The company has announced two new materials with powerful properties.
Once in a while someone comes up with a new 3D printing concept.
3D printers are the appliance of choice for a new generation of makers keen to rapidly prototype straight from their computer. But many materials with which 3D printers can produce items have limitations, and there are others that they can’t work with at all. Enter Carvey – a working prototype of a desktop mounted, rapid-modelling, 3D carving device that can sculpt wood, plastic, and metal into almost any object that you care to design… Continue Reading Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine Section: Electronics Tags: 3D Printers , 3D Printing , CNC , Desktop , Kickstarter Related Articles: The Filabot recycles scrap plastic into inexpensive 3D printing filaments ProJet 4500 3D printer creates multi-colored plastic items Handibot brings portability and apps to CNC fabrication Shapeways introduces a soft plastic for 3D printing “Felting printer” creates soft 3D-printed teddy bears US$15k uPrint personal 3-D printer brings rapid prototyping to the desktop See original here: Carvey: The desktop 3D carving machine
3D printers are the appliance of choice for a new generation of makers keen to rapidly prototype straight from their computer. But many materials with which 3D printers can produce items have limitations, and there are others that they can’t work with at all.
Here at MakerBot, we’re constantly rolling out new tools and product features that give you fun and easy ways to make the most of your MakerBot 3D Printer.
You’ve bought and installed a 3D printer in your home.
Steelblue and Autodesk recently introduced the largest ever 3D printed model of the San Francisco skyline, 3D printed on two Objet500 Connex Multi-material 3D Printers by Stratasys.
A post in New Scientist is entitled, “3D printing’s future is the high street, not the home.” Is this true?
Looking for a delta 3D printer that’s easy to use? Best check out the Nectar One.
They come from the same country, but that’s not the only thing going on between 3D Hubs and ColorFabb. 3D Hubs has announced a collaboration with colorFabb, registered hubs will receive a 10%, 15% or 25% discount on 3D printer filament from colorFabb (based on amount of completed 3D Hubs orders). 3D Hubs is an online service that connects 3D printer owners with people who wish to print but don’t own a 3d printer.