3d printers

  • The $400 Deltaprintr Is A Cheap Way To Make Really Big 3D Prints

    The $400 Deltaprintr Is A Cheap Way To Make Really Big 3D Prints

    Another day, another 3D printer. This time we have a model that comes from SUNY Purchase College where they are working on a laser-cut, compact 3D printer that can make extra tall models simply by swapping out a few pieces. Read More

  • Hands-On With The botObjects ProDesk3D

    Hands-On With The botObjects ProDesk3D

    After months of speculation and quite a bit of skepticism, we’re pleased to report that the ProDesk3D is real, it works, and it really does print in color. How, exactly, is still under question – we weren’t given direct access to the innards of the machine – but we saw it working with our own eyes. Read More

  • Watch This Creepy Little Robot That Can Sneak Under Your Door

    Watch This Creepy Little Robot That Can Sneak Under Your Door

    Today in our continuing series entitled “Robots That Will Eventually Drink The Liquid From Your Eyeball In Your Sleep” we present the STAR.V3, a superfast, 3D-printed robot that can squeeze itself down to fit underneath a door and/or scuttle quickly away as soon as it steals your precious juices. Read More

  • eBay Is Latest To Join 3D Printing Craze With New App For Customizable Goods, eBay Exact

    eBay Is Latest To Join 3D Printing Craze With New App For Customizable Goods, eBay Exact

    Ebay is hopping on the 3D printing bandwagon. This morning, the company announced the debut of a new iPhone application called eBay Exact which allows users to browse and buy customizable print-on-demand merchandise from three top 3D printing companies: newly acquired MakerBot, Sculpteo, and Hot Pop Factory. Read More

  • The New “Handmade” (Part Three)

    The New “Handmade” (Part Three)

    Consumer interest in 3D printing is booming, thanks to increasingly affordable printers, crazy stories about 3D-printed candy, human ears and handguns, all of which are impressive technological leaps. But 3D printing is fueling artists’ creativity, too, whether those artists are formally trained experts or self-taught newcomers, finding their way around by watching YouTube tutorials. Read More

  • The New “Handmade”

    The New “Handmade”

    Amid grumblings of a “general fatigue” when it comes to software-based startups, a potentially transformative technology called 3D printing is poised to reach critical mass and mainstream awareness. Today’s news headlines about the technology tend to focus on the extreme possibilities in being able to print objects on demand – from the terrors of things like a… Read More

  • Staples Is Now Selling 3D Printers

    Staples Is Now Selling 3D Printers

    Do you guys have any Green Day? Really? Yeah, like the early Knitting Factory stuff. Not this Dookie garbage. Yeah, I liked them before they sold out. What about Neutral Milk Hotel? Is the new album any good? Yeah, I know, dude. What’s the Avery Island junk? Serious bummer after Aeroplane. Read More

  • The Gigabot 3D Lets You Print Things That Are Bigger Than A Few Breadboxes

    The Gigabot 3D Lets You Print Things That Are Bigger Than A Few Breadboxes

    Austin-based re:3D just started a Kickstarter campaign for the Gigabot, a large-format 3D printer designed to build things on a 24x24x24 inch built envelope, allowing you to make much larger objects than you can with similar printers like the Makerbot. You can get the bot kit for $2,500 or a pre-assembled unit for $4,000. Read More