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The NX1 produces objects 40 times faster than other 3D printers

This incredible fast 3D print creates objects at the speed of one centimeter per minute, without sacrificing quality and accuracy. Do you feel the need, the need for 3D printing speed? Then one Rome-based startup has quite the thing for you. Nexa3D has unveiled what they call the NX1 3D printer, which boasts printing speeds of up to one centimeter per minute, […]

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Maker creates his own 3D printer for under $100

Rather than spend thousands of dollars on a 3D printer, this Maker made his own out of a DIY CNC machine and a 3D printing pen. 3D printers have come a long way over the past couple of years. However, even despite their ubiquity, many of these machines are still pretty darn expensive. The more impressive devices can run anywhere from […]

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Build your own e-waste 3D printer for $120

As the saying goes: One man’s trash is another Maker’s 3D printer. Electronic waste (or e-waste for short) is an interesting side-effect of our high-tech world. Sure, your Pentium II computer was still pretty cool after it survived “Y2K,” but by 2010 or so it was probably in a landfill. Making this even more wasteful […]

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Baby 3D is a palm-sized 3D printer

Baby 3D prints in your hand, gets put away in a shoebox. Whereas a vast majority of companies are constantly looking for new ways to increase the build volume of their 3D printers, one group of Long Island-based Makers have set out to do just the opposite. Their goal? To put a 3D printer right in the palm of your hand. While […]

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This giant 3D printer can build concrete objects

This kingsize 3D printer can builds concrete objects up to 36’ long, 16’ wide and 13’ tall.  Recently, several companies, Makers and architects have been diligently working towards creating a viable 3D printer that could build structures out of concrete. Joining them are a team of researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology, who’ve begun to employ a […]

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Readybox may be the world’s fastest consumer 3D printer

This desktop 3D printer can extrude six times faster than existing 3D printers without any risk of clogging. Readybox is a super speedy 3D printer reportedly capable of spitting out objects six times faster than other leading consumer 3D printers. The brainchild of University of Maryland engineering student Brett Potter, the ReadyBox was born out of his own frustrations with the lack of […]

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The Eleven is an open source desktop 3D printer

The Eleven is an affordable 3D printer with a large build area and high precision.  Developed by Canadian startup ISG3D, the Eleven is a hackable desktop 3D printer with an open-air design. Boasting an impressive build envelope of 22cm x 40cm x 40cm, the machine is capable of creating decently-sized objects in a variety of filaments like PLA, ABS, Nylon and NinjaFlex. […]

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MONO is a smart 3D printer with a 7-inch touchscreen

This sleek 3D printer boasts a 7″ LCD touchcreen with a user-friendly interface. While some 3D printers go for a much simpler, ‘less is more’ approach, one Berlin-based startup has taken another route with their lightweight, desktop machine. Mono Industries has introduced a sleek device equipped with a user-friendly, seven-inch touchscreen that puts all the printing options right at your […]

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Check out the world’s first 3D-printed hotel suite

A hotel owner in the Philippines has 3D printed an entire suite — jacuzzi and all.  It goes without saying that 3D printing will revolutionize architecture. However, despite recent projects that range from a 3D-printed estate in New York to an apartment building in China, none of these structures have actually been put to use for residential or commercial purposes. That […]

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Now you can 3D print your own gummy bears

A German company has developed a 3D printer that allows you to create your own gummy treats.  If you’ve ever wanted to be Willy Wonka, you’re in luck. Recent advancements in 3D printing have ushered in a number of new machines capable of spitting out various materials, like chocolate, sugar, batter and now, gummies. The brainchild of candy company Katjes, […]

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