#Free #eBook a #3Dprinting handbook from GrabCAD.com
When it comes to 3D printing, there is a giant gap between learning material for beginners and content meant for the extremely experienced. We’re here to help. Get it from grabcad.com
World’s first Analog #3Dprinter inspired by #Pottery
autoabode.com – desktop #3Dprinter from #India
Duper 3D Printers is an desktop 3D printer from India. It is ready to use right out of the box. Equipped with auto axis calibration for hassle free “bed leveling”. Send files over Wifi and print them with ease.
More details check www.autoabode.com
#3DPrinting is finally failed
A few years ago (2014-15), 3D printers were all the rage. The medias were running crazing claiming that 3dprinter will reduce outsourcing, and every home will have on 3dprinter, etc, etc….
#MakerBot to stop manufacturing its own #3Dprinters
In a recent anouncment, the company says it will be outsourcing manufacturing of all 3D printers to a contractor named Jabil. Read the official announcement.
#OLO an app to turn #Smartphone #SLA #3DPrinter
OLO’s technology is simple – yet brilliant – because half of its hardware is already in your pocket, making it easy for anyone to print in 3D.
#HP #MultiJet #3DPrinter in on the way
The printer has been optimized for rapid prototyping or the quick manufacturing of small runs of end use production parts. Nigro made it very clear that HP’s Multi Jet Fusion was specifically created to appeal to a wide range of markets, including the healthcare industry, aerospace, automotive or any industry that needs to be more flexible and nimble than is typically possible with traditional manufacturing processes.
A visual #3DPrint troubleshooting guide
Are you 3D Printer owner, using this guide you’ll be able to visually try to match the problems you are having with your print and hopefully find enough information so that you can eliminate the issues you’re having. Look through the images and click on the one that matches the problems you’re having to jump to a more in depth explanation. The information on this page is skewed towards the Ultimaker2 but most of the information applies to any 3D Printer as well. See guide