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 »

CubePro Duo Review – My Take on the CubePro Duo 3D Printer

More and more companies recently are focusing their efforts on making 3D printing available to everyone through seemingly striped down printers that are difficult to get working consistently and even when you manage to do so they’re ‘ok’ in quality pretty much all the time. Though one group, 3D Systems, is drawing focus on the office space and… Read More »

GE Gunning for 3D Printed Jet Engines?

Just when you think that you’ve seen the most from what 3D printing has to offer science throws another curve ball that impresses everyone who sees it. General Electric has astounded us all with their scale jet engine using a new printing technique: melting layers and layers of metal powder together using a laser. While this is cool… Read More »