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YouTuber uses 3D printing for leather stamps

3D printers are often used to produce prototypes, spare parts or design objects. However, YouTuber and leather craftsman James Berry has dedicated himself to...

Non-planar FDM 3D printing with three or six axes

A special form of 3D printing makes it possible to lay down layers along curved surfaces rather than planar ones. This non-planar approach promises...

Bambu Labs MakerWorld introduces new remuneration model for 3D printed models

The 3D printing community platform MakerWorld has introduced a new incentive system for designers and modelers. The so-called "Boost System" is intended to make...

YouTuber shows and tests alternative thread inserts for 3D prints

In 3D printing, thread inserts play an important role in the attachment of threads. The most common method is the use of heatset inserts....

Anycubic presents its own 3D model platform with Makeronline

The Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Anycubic now has its own platform for 3D models, Makeronline. The company is thus following the example of other...

Maker presents free model for 3D-printed Formula 1 race tracks for toy cars

The maker Michal Fanta has presented printable race tracks on the 3D model platform Printables, which are suitable for toy cars from Hot Wheels...

YouTuber presents free model for 3D-printed centrifugal compressor

A YouTuber has developed a two-stage centrifugal compressor from a 3D printer. As documented in a video, "Let's Print" printed various iterations of the...

YouTuber publishes free model for 3D-printed ball vise

YouTuber Chris Borge has designed and tested a 3D-printed ball vise for precision work. Chris Borge presented the ball vise in a video, which...

YouTuber builds DIY high-speed 3D printer for 250 US dollars

In a DIY project, the YouTube channel TechBuilder constructed a core XY 3D printer from inexpensive components. The aim was to create a low-cost...

Petrol-powered 3D printer enables 3D printing even without a electricity connection

In an unusual DIY project, YouTuber "Emily the Engineer" has developed a mobile 3D printer that is powered by a petrol engine. The aim...

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