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3D Printing History

Everyone keeps asking about the future of 3D Printing but to see the future you have to know the past… So there’s what you were looking for! An article that chronicles the most popular techniques and processes derived from Stereolithography invention and other disrupting events in 3D Printing History until the present; you can see it either on the interactive timeline…

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Print the Rainbow: Dabble 3D filament review

Dabble 3D  recently approached 3D-PT to review their new line of PLA filaments. As a startup company, Dabble is claiming their edge on the filament market  by producing filaments in a wide range of colors. How wide you may ask? Dabble sent me a generous 40 color sample pack! When I got the sample pack my first impression was good….

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Best Makers on YouTube.

Learn to Build Things Whether you’re a beginner or an old school maker I’m sure you’ll find someone worth subscribing too. I love Youtube, I learned more from Youtube than I ever did in high school and I wasn’t a lazy student. The teachers did what they could with what they had but high school does nothing to prepare you for life…

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5 Attractive 3D Printing Projects from Kickstarter

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The crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has been witnessing drastically increasing number of projects and campaigns in the field of 3D printing. 3D printing enthusiasts across the world showcase their innovative ideas and realise their dreams from crowdsourcing. Here is a collection of some exciting 3D printing projects that could play a big role tomorrow. The Lattice Pen Recently 3D printing has…

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TOP 5 3D PRINTED DRIVABLE CARS

THЕ STRATI: Thе Strati built аnd also рrintеd in Dеtrоit, thiѕ еlесtriс vehicle wаѕ the first ѕtер in mаѕѕ producing printed cars. Strаti changed thе wау the world thоught аbоut 3D-рrintеd vеhiсlеѕ. In 2011, рrintеd cars wеrе сrеаtеd, such аѕ thе Urbee, but they wеrеn’t аѕ mесhаniсаllу involved аѕ thе Strаti. In thе раѕt, car раnеlѕ аnd features wеrе рrintеd, thеn…

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Cheap Mini DIY Time-lapse Camera

Adafruit’s mini Timelapse Camera I saw this and had to order the parts to make it(I don’t have them yet) I have been thinking of doing time-lapse 3d prints for youtube. I’m usually 3d printing something so why not. This is a very simple build that can be very useful. The build is very straight forward thanks to adafruit’s learning pages….

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3D Printing Groups on Facebook – Q1 2017

3D Printing groups on facebook

Biggest 3DPrinting Groups on Facebook Heres a list of 3D Printing Groups on Facebook and the amount of users each one has. If we missed a group or need to add one please comment below. Also we added the most seen Admin/Mod on each Group. As time goes we will make a new list every quarter so you can see…

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Debunking “Alternative Facts”about 3D Printing

The media has started turning their recent flood of alternative news  to taking cheap pot shots at 3D printing. These articles have shown that technical incompetence and click-bait fear mongering rule the commercial media. Here I’ll list some of the alternative facts that have been presented about 3D printing, and I’ll follow with just the facts. Alternative Fact 1: A…

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3d Printing Brushless Motors and More

3d Printing Rc Motors I love Rc cars, planes, boats you name it. I’ve owned one of just about every type of RC toy out there at one point or another and one of the many reasons I love 3d printing is because it allows me to modify my Rc toys. Usually, it’s trying Frame pieces or making custom engine mounts…

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Prusa i3 Mk2 Long Term Impressions Review

In my original Prusa review I gave the Prusa i3 Mk2 high marks, and since then I have recommended it many times, but in my guided tour of my own best and worst 3d printers I said my Wanhao Di3 is my favourite printer out of my collection. What is going on? What do I really think about the Original…

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Media falsely attacks 3d printing again.

Media Blames 3d Printer for deaths again. Sigh… Here we go again. People wonder why no one trusts the news anymore. I’m scrolling through my facebook feeds and found this lovely piece of journalism from nydailynews. The article being titled “Couple found dead in Berkeley home killed by carbon monoxide leaking from 3-D printer”. This is total clickbate (me commenting on clickbate The…

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