Let’s say you’re interested in buying a 3d printer. Although the technology has only just started to focus on the masses – that is the consumer market – there are already lots of different models from different manufacterers for sale. They all have their pros and cons, so you need to know which one will give you the best value for money. Continue reading How much does a 3D printer cost?
Makerbot, one of the world’s biggest manufacterers of consumer 3D Printers, has unveiled several new printers with built-in cameras. With prices starting in the mid-thousand, will this be the combination that will bring 3D printing to the public? Continue reading Makerbot brings 3D Printing to the Public
Are you looking for the best 3D printer prices? Do you just need a cheap model you can use at home? You should definitively become familiar with this open-source style 3d printer for personal use. *Sigh* – open source, you truly are a blessing. If you’re not familiar with it, see the wiki. If you are, you’ll probably get a faint idea already what open source could mean for the 3D printing industry. A 3d printer that prints… itself! What? Yes! See!
Yes, the 3d printer is cool, and it can print anything you want, whenever, wherever… But you still have to fill ’em with €25 plastic spools. If it were only a little cheaper to use them… Or is it?
This time, I will try to teach you something about 3d printing materials. When you have bought a 3d-printer, you will have to fill it with a sort of ink, like in your normal printer, but what do you fill it with? Here’s an overview of the most used filaments in the 3d-printing industry: