Metal Filament 3D Printing of 316L Stainless Steel on a Prusa i3

In the recently published ‘Metal Filament 3D Printing of SS316L: Focusing on the printing process,’ thesis student Karthikesh Gante Lokesha Renukaradhya for the Machine Design track in Industrial Engineering and…

3D Printing with Continuous Wire Polymer Composites on a Modified Prusa i3

Yehia Ibrahim, a thesis student at York University in Toronto, submitted a recent thesis regarding composites for 3D printing in ‘3D Printing of Continuous Wire Polymer Composite for Mechanical and…

3D Printed Flax Fiber Biocomposites Show Potential in Structural Applications

In ‘3D printing of continuous flax fiber reinforced biocomposites for structural applications,’ authors A Le Duigou, A. Barbé, E. Guillou, and M. Castro examine recent, increased interest in using natural…

3D Printing News Briefs: September 22, 2017

Welcome to the Friday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, where we are all business, all the time…except for a little news on 3D printing materials, that is. BASF acquires…

3D Printer Buying Guide 2017

There are a lot of 3D printers available nowadays. Which one do you buy? It really depends a lot on who you are and what you wish to use it…

Nano Brick Artist Brings the 1980s Back With a 3D Printed Classic Tabletop Arcade

Those of you who don’t have 3D printers already, what do you think you’d make first if you did have one? In all likelihood, probably a Benchy, but then what?…

The All New Original Prusa i3 MK2 Kit Has a Ton of New Features

In an industry packed with more 3D printer options than anyone could even try to keep track of there has always been one constant industry leader: RepRap. Back in 2005…

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Top 10 Affordable RepRap Prusa i3 kits for Sale Under $400 at 3D Printers Online Store

The RepRap Project started as a British initiative to develop a 3D printer that can print most of its own components and be a low-cost 3D printer, but it is…

Upgrade Your Inexpensive 3D Printer with this Instructables Hack

Instructables contributor “Deividmaxx”–real name, David–wanted a high-precision 3D printer but he didn’t want to pay an equally high price, so he decided to buy an inexpensive, build-it-yourself 3D printer kit…

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