The potential of this fully functional, ridiculously inexpensive little computer is limited only by your imagination. It's not too late to join the Raspberry Pi bandwagon.
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If you have a 3D printer and some green filament, now is the time to get printing. Here is a series of great (and wacky) 3D prints you can download and produce. Just follow the rainbow.
How do 3D printers work? What's the impact on our economy? How expensive are they compared to traditional manufacturing? We take a three-dimensional look at the world of additive manufacturing.
We open the hood of the auto industry and look inside with John Kawola, president of 3D printer maker Ultimaker.
Resin printers are still toxic and messy. But with these two post-processing curing stations, the process of turning resin prints into usable objects is far less annoying.
3D printing produces a lot of plastic. In this article, we look at the issue of plastic waste, how 3D printing might actually reduce that waste, and a really helpful application of repurposing plastic refuse that you'll want to put to use right away.
3D printing in a cold environment can be challenging. In this helpful video, David Gewirtz dives into how a few inexpensive materials purchased from Harbor Freight can be used to hack together a warm printer enclosure.
Ready for some buzzword salad? David Gewirtz combines OctoPrint with OctoPi on the Raspberry Pi to drive his LulzBot Mini 3D printer. It's actually harder to say than to do. Read on to learn how.
One of the more exciting aspects of 3D printing is how it can be used to meet your specific, unique needs. David Gewirtz details how he used 3D printing to help secure hardware for his Broadband Studio project.
You may have heard the term "Delta printer," but what does it mean? We compare and contrast traditional Cartesian 3D printers with Delta printers.