Interview with Evan Morgan – Professional 3D Model Maker and Wanhao D7 user

Evan Morgan is a professional model maker, producing resin-casted toys, kits, and figures, and is well known in the 3d printing community for this work, updates on the Wanhao D7 and his YouTube channel youtube.com/model3devan Please subscribe, share and review! Itunes Stitcher On the blog Via RSS 

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Formula 1 Teams Deploy 3D Printing To Race For Victory

3D Printing in F1 3D printing and Formula 1 have been close allies for a quite long time. The possible design degrees of freedom and the capability to quickly tryout new materials and designs allure F1 owners to capitalize from this disruptive technology. 3D printing has also been used to build actual cars that can […]

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MP Select Mini was Hacked using Reverse Engineering by Robin Reiter

Is this one of the best years for 3D printing? Well, I’m acquainted with some awesome news and I certainly see more people getting in touch with this technology. The 3DP industry is expanding its horizons and as Moore’s law established, with the passing of the years, it must be smaller and cheaper. MP Select Mini […]

3D Printing Then, Now, Next Five Years and BEYOND

The 3D Printing Epiphany In 2010 I became aware of 3D Printing and had my epiphany regarding what I believe was its potential to change the world. At that time I was seeking a new passion and 3D Printing provided me not only with a new hobby but the vehicle for changing my life and […]

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Sydney Toddler with cerebral palsy takes first steps wearing 3D printed orthotics

A toddler has taken her first independent steps wearing 3D printed orthotics made by Australian start-up AbilityMate Eve Darcy was diagnosed with cerebral palsy only a few weeks after her birth; it wasn’t a surprise that Eve could only walk aided by a rolling frame as she growing. But now, after a couple of days […]

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3D Printer Filaments – the Good, the Bad, and the Smelly!

In this episode we discuss the best and worst 3d printer filaments, and we decide which filament we would use if we were only allowed one type. Please subscribe, share and review! Itunes Stitcher On the blog Via RSS 

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Advertising Your 3D Printing Business on Google Adwords

If advertising your business online is difficult, then advertising your 3D Printing is extremely difficult depending on what you are selling. The 3D Printing industry is a niche of many niches, but it is a very small niche industry. Unlike most general industries, a 3D Printing company is targeting a demographic of a few thousand […]

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3D Printing Beginners – Know anyone who needs to kickstart their 3d printing journey?

Beginners to 3D printing often find their enthusiasm flames out when they realize that the rainbows and unicorns they have been sold are imaginary, so I wanted to put some of those mythical creatures to rest, and offer some hope for the fresh-newbies who want to avoid all the unicorn poop, and 3d print with fewer stresses and hassles. Sound good? Let’s go!

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Michelin unveils its 3D printed Airless and Eco-Friendly Concept tire

Whether as drivers or passengers, we all have faced a pneumatic issue on the road. At least in my city, where tracks are far from being uniform, a flat tire is a common and time-wasting incident. Knowing the great versatility of 3D printing for a while now, I’ve been wondering why we can’t just 3D print an airless […]

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Wave-Like 3D Printed Robots Could Soon be Crawling Through Your Intestines

This is SAW (Single Actuator Wave-Like Robot). Dr. David Zarrouk designed and tested this innovative 3D printed robot at Ben-Gurion University in Israel. The SAW uses a wave-like motion to propel itself over rough terrain, swim through water, and even climb up vertical walls. The SAW could be used as a reconnaissance vehicle, an inspection […]

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