This project is just another relatively unknown project, which alone won’t change the world. But 3D printers in the hands of millions of creative people is a revolution.
Even in 3D printing, bigger is better. As such, re:3D has introduced the Gigabot to Kickstarter, with a whopping 24 x 24 x 24 inch build volume.
I’m not advocating anything here *cough cough* but if you happen to partake in the usage of a certain herb, there are various water pipes for your enjoyment on Thingiverse. *cough*
Filament is becoming more expensive every month. Start making your own for a fraction of the price with these machines.
Sculpting pottery is hard. Touching your smartphone is not. With let’s create! Pottery you can sculpt custom pottery at the touch of a finger, and have it 3D printed and shipped to your door.
There are plenty of mechanical Things on Thingiverse, so with some ingenuity, these engines can be made to power those Things.
Solidoodle has been blowing its social networking outlets up with calls to prepare for a huge announcement. Finally, here’s what they were talking about.
Though we were all ecstatic to be there, we were wined and dined while we watched 3D printers do what they do at The 3D Printing Store.
Let your creativity take flight with these printable flying machines on Thingiverse. Today’s Thing of the Week was inspired by this Japanese 3D printed ornithopter.