If you plan to do some 3D prints for Halloween, why not do it with plastic that glows in the dark! :) Read more.
Bre from Makerbot Industries tells us more about their success story with the Open Source Makerbot 3D printer. He also unveils the new Thing-o-Matic at the New York Makers Faire. On impressive figure is that they have managed to produce as much as 2.111 Makerbots until now! Se also part 2, part 3 and part 4 of this video.
This video shows the new Thing-o-Matic from Makerbot Industries in more detail.
Makerbot Industries has just released the new 3D printer model MakerBot Thing-O-Matic Kit.
The good guys at Makerbot Industries have released a very cool and smart automated build platform that makes it possible to create one 3D print after the other without manual intervention. Once a print is done the platform rolls it out from the print surface and frees it up for the next one. Check it out here.
The Up! 3D printer is a new member of the ever growing family of small and affordable 3D printers. Not many people have seen one in action but on there is a review on the Ponoko website. Check it out here.
SLS, selective laser sintering is a well-known technology used for 3D printing prototypes. The project Replaser has managed to create this experiment as a home-made version of laser sintering.