It is called the ‘Grizzly 2.0’ and goes bang.
If you are wondering how small a part can you make on an UP Plus 3D printer? The answer is very small. The nut and bolt measure in at 2.75 mm and the result is excellent. It is almost too small to thread the bolt into the nut due to the small size (and large fingers) but it works! For the print, we used the...
Do you like things hanging from your ears?
People always talk about creating functional objects using 3D printers. This has to be one of the best examples ever.
Recently at the Marshall Space Flight Centre there was a little bit of flame. Want to know more? Keep on reading below.
We have spoken ofÂ Leopoly before, but at this point in time you can’t download our creations for 3D printing. Maybe one day. There is a new tool however which is better, easier to use AND lets you download the models for 3D printing.
Set the scene. You love both 3D printing and gardening. How do you combine the two? By printing stuff you for plants of course!
“A doctor once said that having 3D images on a computer to plan a surgery is great, but to print the parts, to handle and examine them in clear detail is invaluable,” Mr. Henry
We are looking for your awesome, cool,Â awe-inspiringÂ 3D printing and 3D printed stories or news. Especially if it is fun or entertaining. This space is for things a little bit quirky and different without the normal serious tone used around the revolutionary machines-3D printers. Do you have models you have designed with funny stories to match? Let us know! Post them on our forum hereÂ or email...
Since the dawn of desktop 3D printers, Thingiverse, the universe of things has been the go to place for models to 3D print. But for how much longer?