FlashForge Finder 3D Printer Review

When searching for an affordable, reliable, and quality built 3D printer to buy nothing comes to mind other than FlashForge. The company had first entered the 3D printing space in 2011 and has since then, produced award winning 3D printers such as the FlashForge Creator. What truly separates them from the competition is their ability to consistently bring great printers at a price point that brings consumers a great value deal.


3D Printer That Can Print With 40+ Materials, The Axiom

The 3D printer market has been growing at an ever-increasing rate, with no sign’s of slowing down. 3D printer companies have been popping up over night filling different market segments in the ever-expanding 3D printer space. Many 3D printer companies offer intuitive, feature rich, and well built 3D printers, take for example, MakerBot Industries 3D printers, but when it comes to multi-material printers very few companies offer multi-material capable 3D printers and tend to have a steep learning curve.


Makerbot 3D Printer Review

In the world of 3D printing no name is more synonymous with 3D printing then Makerbot Industries. Makerbot Industries has captivated the 3D printer community with its rich in feature 3D printers and online Thingiverse community. The company was formed in Brooklyn, New York and started shipping kits in April 2009. In June 19th 2013 Stratasys Incorporated acquired Makerbot Industries in a stock deal worth $403 million.


World’s Fastest Gummy Candy 3D Printer

Every year 3D Printing revolutionizes the world more and more, enabling makers to have the option of creating custom designs, prototypes, and even end-pieces. The potential of this technology is still growing and evolving, revolutionizing the way industries develop their ideas and manufacture. 3D Printing has extended its reach into the confectionary world providing us with the first gummy candy 3D printer, The Magic Candy Factory.


Recycling 3D Prints

With the rise of the 3D printing market so does the rise of waste generated by 3d printing grows. Examples of waste generated by a 3D printer are failed prints, print supports, and rafts. Now on a small scale a few wasted grams of filament doesn’t seem so bad, but what if you have a “MakerLab” that generates a lot more then a few grams.