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Cement is a material not associated with 3D printing, but this blog details 3D printing molds for cement casting.
In this blog I explore how 3D printing impact the environment by looking at a 3D printed and commercially made sink strainer.
There are many methods to convert a picture to a 3D printable file. This is a bare-bones, free method that does not require photoshop to convert a picture to a 3D print.
This is a 3 year experiment where I put different samples of 3D printing filament outdoors.
With the popularity of FDM printing, 3D printers are left with a pile of empty filament spools. In this blog I explore how printers deal can deal with them. In the end I also propose some industry standards for the MasterSpool refills proposed by Richard Horne.
this is a series of experiments in which I explore 3D printing flexible TPU over fabric. The results are items that combine the best of flexible filaments and fabric.
How can you quickly print large 3D prints? The MOAR struder takes the factory standard tool head and cranks it up to 11.
In this blog I show the results of 3D printing a working joiners mallet in PLA / PHA plastic. Included are the instructions and results of testing.
A year ago I started an experiment to see how 3D printed samples last in the harsh Colorado sun.
With the holiday season upon us, what do you get the family member with a 3D printer?
3D printing is a new and emerging field , and crowdfunding is providing a new source of capital for inventors and start-up companies. Fortunately thanks to...
On August 21st a total solar eclipse will cover the continuous USA. This is the first time in 99 years that a total solar...