Zeus 3D Printer Review – My Take on the “All in One”

Several years ago, the 3D printing industry caught the attention of many and looked full of promised to revolutionize the marketplace for consumers. While there have been some amazing developments in the 3D printing world recently, most of its influence has been limited to tech enthusiasts, hobbyists and those connected with the industry. That may slowly be starting… Read More »

A Complete TwoUp 3D Printer Review – What’s New?

Quintessential Universal Building Device, Inc. (also known as Q3D) is an innovative company that got its first big break on Kickstarter.com. Their campaign on Kickstarter rose over $400,000 in funds and created quite a stir among 3D printer enthusiasts and even those who were interested in experiencing 3D printing for the first time. They have developed and produced… Read More »

Mojo 3D Printer Review – The Starter Package

Stratasys has been involved with the 3D printing industry for over 25 years and has been one of the most influential companies in the 3D printing world. They are a relatively large company and operate in multiple industries such as healthcare delivery solutions, aerospace, the automotive sector and even education. Despite the size of the company, they continue… Read More »

Robo 3D R1 Plus vs MakerBot Replicator 5th Gen

3D printers have been fascinating the hobbyist and technology buffs for several years now. When they were first offered for sale to the general public, most models were still a bit rough around the edges and unrefined. The capabilities of 3D printers are pretty amazing, even when they first arrived on the tech scene. There have been a… Read More »

Flashforge Creator X Review – What’s New with the X?

FlashForge Creator X improves on its former self and offers several improved features, which make owning the 3D printer much more attractive to a wider audience. The old FlashForge Creator model was actually very popular among 3D printing enthusiasts, as it was offered with an attractive price point and provided quality printing work as well. The old wooden… Read More »

Possibilities for 3D Printed Inflated Material on the Horizon

Sometimes I feel like the 3D printing industry is starting to plateau and level out, with commercial 3D printers starting to get a little stale and the features listed remaining more or less sedentary with only a few differences between machines. It’s mostly a battle of precision and performance. Sometimes though it seems we overlook how we can… Read More »

Tiko Aims to Disrupt the 3D Printing Market on Pricing

Watch out Printrbot there’s a new budget printer on the scene by the name of Tiko, showing some impressive stats for such a low priced machine. These daring entrepreneurs have set their sight on making sure anyone can afford 3D printing. While the price after the kickstarter is not listed, those donating a staggeringly low 179 dollars will… Read More »