Having been involved in 3D printing on a daily basis for about 5 years now, one of the most common requests we get is, “Can you 3d print my logo?”. By the way, the second most common question we get asked, “Can you take this single 2D photo of my cat and provide me with a full 3d printed (in colour of course) model of...
3 ways to become a superhero:
It is called the ‘Grizzly 2.0’ and goes bang.
Do you like things hanging from your ears?
People always talk about creating functional objects using 3D printers. This has to be one of the best examples ever.
Recently at the Marshall Space Flight Centre there was a little bit of flame. Want to know more? Keep on reading below.
We have spoken ofÂ Leopoly before, but at this point in time you can’t download our creations for 3D printing. Maybe one day. There is a new tool however which is better, easier to use AND lets you download the models for 3D printing.
Since the dawn of desktop 3D printers, Thingiverse, the universe of things has been the go to place for models to 3D print. But for how much longer?
Robowars, the combat of remote control robots is coming to Sydney in 2013! With robots weighing up to 13 kg it is a must see event. Our favourite is the Antweight class, with a weight limit of 150 grams per a robot, this is the perfect class to create a robot that is 3D printed.
Often you will find that you need to get a specific part, but it is expensive. This could be for several reasons, maybe there is little demand, so there are only a few units around, or maybe it is that the part is no longer in production. Either way, rather than emptying your wallet, take a few minutes to draw up the part you need...