3D Printing on Kickstarter: A Fast Filament Extruder for Less than $1,000 and 3D Printed Houses to Match Your Own

With deep roots in maker culture, 3D printing endeavors often find themselves turning to crowdfunding, and Kickstarter has been a mainstay in funding new companies, technologies, and projects. We often…

Pollen Introduces Pam, Their New Professional-Grade Multi-Material 3D Printer

As many of us in the 3D printing industry can attest to, one of the most daunting obstacles to overcome in order to continue expanding and progressing additive manufacturing is the…

New DeltaWasp Pellet 3D Printer Prints Big Without Big Cost

To say that WASP likes to think big is a bit of an understatement. The Italian company has become known for their giant 3D printers and the big ideas that come…

Make Your Own 3D Printer Filament by Building Your Own Filament Extruder

Costs have certainly dropped over the years, but 3D printing could never be accused of being an inexpensive hobby. While the average price of a 3D printer is around one…

RichRap Unveils The Open Source, 3D Printed Universal Pellet Extruder

If you are like me, you can’t help but see dollar signs every time you run your 3D printer. “How much filament is this using?” “What if the printer screws…

Sculptify Releases New Details on ‘David’ the 3D Printer That Prints Using Pellets

Last month, we reported on a new 3D printer from a company called Sculptify, which instead of printing from spools of filament, will print using pellets of material. The 3D…

Sculptify Announces ‘David’, Their New 3D Printer, Capable of Printing With Pellets of Filament

One of the most expensive aspects of running a 3D printer, day-in and day-out, is the cost of printing materials. Spools of filament run between $20 and $50 per kilogram,…


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