3D printing exists almost everywhere in the world. Our blog receives visits from hundreds of countries, so it’s no surprise to find 3D printing activity in Ukraine and Russia. We came across Stereolia, who provide 3D printing services from the Ukraine and serving Russia.
3D Makers is one of several new sites we’ve seen recently that provide services, at a small level, to the 3D printing community. Spokesperson Michael Triana pointed out their site, which provides sales of 3D printer plastic filament as well as a
We’ve learned of a new source for comparisons of 3D printers: FindTheBest.com, which is a comparison and review site for products and services of all types. Now they seem to have added a section for 3D printers, at least the less expensive ones.
Our mission is almost over. Have a peek and warm up for our big finale! During the weekend we printed our last test: the polyamide version! It’s a functional, smooth and cheap material to 3D print in! Now we finalized this Nokia project, we are proud to present you the one and only 3D printable, functial file tomorrow
It’s always fascinating to learn which posts were the most frequently read among the hundreds we posted during the past year. They’re typically not necessarily the top stories, but nevertheless they provide some insight into readers’ interests
Tinkercad, the easy to use 3D design web app, just launched a massive project. For a limited time, qualified academic institutions can use $50,000 worth of Tinkercad software. What a great project to help democratizing 3D design throughout schools.
In two interesting articles, one from Red Orbit and another from SciAm’s Symbiartic blog, we get to take a deeper look into how 3D Printing is helping reveal the mysteries of what life on Earth was like millions of years ago. The first article over at Red Orbit describes how a team of paleontologist at the University of Texas have used both CT scans and 3D printing to provide clues about the physiology of an ancient mollusk. Most interesting is the fact that, through the use of thi… See the article here: Paleobiologist Reaping the Benefits of AM