3D Printers

The Best 3d Printers Under $500 In 2019

It’s been a while since they were introduced, but 3D printers still feel like something straight out of science fiction. They keep getting better all the time, too. Newer models make the units that impressed us a few years ago seem like...
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Scientists 3d-print Human Skin And Bone For Mars Astronauts - Cnet

Mars explorers could turn to 3D printers to treat burns and broken bones.
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This 3d Printed Green Wall Comes With An Embedded Irrigation System

Remember that 3D printed e-bike? How about those airless bicycle tires? Both of these were built by NOWLAB, the innovation lab of German 3D printer manufacturer BigRep, which is back with a new project, the BANYAN Eco Wall. BANYAN is a fully 3D...
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No Filament Needed In This Direct Extrusion 3d-printer

Ground plastic bits go in one end, finished 3D-prints come out the other. That’s the idea behind [HomoFaciens]’ latest build: a direct-extrusion 3D-printer. And like all of his builds, it’s made from scraps and bits most of us...
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Enclosure Needs Labels? Make The 3d Printer Do It

Tool changing on 3D printers is hot right now, and it’s going to be really interesting to see the ideas that reliable tool changing lets people try out. One such idea is having the 3D printer use a marker to label the enclosure and buttons it...
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E3d’s Love Letter To Toolchanging 3d Printers

It’s been just over a year since E3D whetted our appetites for toolchanging printers. Now, with the impending release of their first toolchanging system, they’ve taken the best parts of their design and released them into the wild as...
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Locking Up Lock Washers

We’ll admit most of us are more comfortable with solder and software than mechanical things. However, between robots, 3D printers, and various other mechanical devices, we sometimes have to dig into springs, belleville washers, and linear...
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Bmw Offers Up The Files To Let You 3d Print Your Own Vision M Next Concept Car - Roadshow

If you don't have a full-color 3D printer, you might want to pick up some model paint.
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Carbon 3d Makes Stuff That's Squishy, Springy And Comes In Unusual Shapes - Cnet

Here's a look at the shoes, football helmets, water pumps and false teeth this startup's 3D printers can make.
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The Practical Approach To Keeping Your Laser In Focus

You could be forgiven for thinking that laser cutters and engravers are purely two dimensional affairs. After all, when compared to something like your average desktop 3D printer, most don’t have much in the way of a Z axis: the head moves...
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The 5 Best Cheap 3d Printers For Students And Beginners

3D printing has an enormous range of uses, from making medical devices, figurines, molds, household objects, and more. All you need is a printer, some materials, a blueprint, and you’re ready to start creating. Many people avoid purchasing...
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This Kid-friendly 3d Printer Is Over $150 Off Today

Manufacturing and tech aren’t the only industries being revolutionized by 3D printing. Children’s toys, too, are being transformed by this groundbreaking field, chiefly through products like the Toybox 3D Printer Deluxe Bundle. Whether...
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Trash Printer Directly Uses Recycled Plastics

3D printing is all well and good, but it can get expensive having to purchase roll after roll of filament. Various projects exist that attempt to take unwanted 3D prints and turn them back into filament to be used again. However, [Sam Smith] took a...
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Boom Supersonic, Stratasys Extend 3d Printing Deal

Boom Supersonic will use Stratasys' F900 3D printer to create hundreds of parts for a demonstrator supersonic jet.

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Autodrop3d Continues Working At 3d Printer Automation

It is an unfortunate fact that 3D printers spend most of their time sitting idle, waiting for a human to remove finished prints or waiting for the next print to start. Hackers see such inefficiency as an open invitation to devise a better way, and...
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Assessing Nozzle Wear In 3d-printers

How worn are your nozzles? It’s a legitimate question, so [Stefan] set out to find out just how bad 3D-printer nozzle wear can get. The answer, as always, is “It depends,” but exploring the issue turns out to be an interesting...
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Using Physics To Print Living Tissue

3D printers can be used to make a variety of useful objects by building up a shape, layer by layer. Scientists have used this same technique to "bioprint" living tissues. Bioprinting is a relatively new technology that has advanced mostly by trial...
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Daily Deals: A $67 Google Nest Hub, A $50 2ds, A $100 3d Printer, And More

Nintendo, Google, Monoprice The weekend’s right around the corner, but you can get all your shopping done today. The internet’s loaded with great deals and discounts. Naturally, we’ve picked out a few favorites. Right now, you can...
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3d Printering: The Past And Future Of Prusa’s Slicer

If you own a desktop 3D printer, you’re almost certainly familiar with Slic3r. Even if the name doesn’t ring a bell, there’s an excellent chance that a program you’ve used to convert STLs into the G-code your printer can...
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Go Back In Time With A Laser Cut Wood 3d Printer Kit

About a decade ago, the only way the average hacker was getting their hands on a desktop 3D printer was by building it themselves from a kit. Even then, to keep costs down, many of these kits were made out of laser cut wood. For a few years, wooden...
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