Learn How to 3D Print

Want to get into home 3D printing? Not sure where to start? Let us help: sign up and we’ll send you all the hands-on advice, tips, resources and product reviews you need to get started right away.

How can we help?

Homepage Icons_3D Printers

 

Homepage Icons_Filament

Homepage Icons_Tips&Techniques

Homepage Icons_3D Software_v2

Homepage Icons_3D Printng Projects_v2

Homepage Icons_3D Printing Course_v2

We have been featured on:

 

The Latest From Our Blog

What’s New in 3D Printing Lately – July 2016

We pride ourselves on this blog not being a 3D printing news type of blog. We feel that a lot of news sites fuel the hype and over-inflated expectations around 3D printing while often blurring the lines between consumer and industrial 3D printing.More...Our editorial guideline from day one was to publish original content only and not to curate content from other sources. That b [...]

Continue reading»

STL and OBJ Files 101: Exporting, Viewing and Repairing Guide

What type of 3D printing file format do you use when you export your 3D model from the CAD software you work in? There is a multitude of file formats that 3D printing supports. However, the most popular are .STL and .OBJ files. These file formats are supported by most printing software and 3D printers.More...What Are .STL and .OBJ File Formats for 3D Printing?.STL format is one [...]

Continue reading»

LulzBot Mini Review: Compact, Powerful Yet Easy to Use

One of our most frequently asked questions here on the blog is: what is the ideal beginner 3D printer? While there will probably never be a single right answer to this question we try our best by reviewing printers that look like they have the potential to be great beginner machines.More...One machine that looks promising in this respect, is the LulzBot Mini. This 3D printer ha [...]

Continue reading»

3D Printed Replacement Parts

I am sure that you have been there: you owned a product or device that you ended up throwing away since some small, insignificant looking plastic part had broken. You took your gadget to the shop for repair only to be told that it is cheaper to buy a new one rather than having it repaired. ​Anybody remotely environmentally conscious will cringe at this point: you have to [...]

Continue reading»

3D Printing Advice, Tips and In-Depth Tutorials. Never Miss a New Post!