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STANLEY Model 1 3D Printer Review – Plus a Fidget Spinner Giveaway!

STANLEY Model 1 3D Printer Review – Plus a Fidget Spinner Giveaway!

Stanley Black & Decker has partnered with South Korean printer company Sindoh to create the STANLEY Model 1, an easy-to-use 3D printer for beginners and experts alike. Everything about the Model 1 appears to have been developed with the idea of making 3D printing as simple as possible, allowing anyone to go from unboxing to printing in a matter of minutes. Read More

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Hands-On With the $200 OneUp 3D Printer

Hands-On With the $200 OneUp 3D Printer

I first spotted the OneUp 3D Printer at the 2014 Bay Area Maker Faire (San Mateo, CA) this last May. What caught my eye was not just the simplicity of the printer but also the colors… a variety of colors of laser-cut acrylic made the little 3DP really stand out. Both kids and adults were gawking and squeezing in for a closer look. I made a note to myself to keep an eye on this company… Read More

Your Future Will Be Fabricated

Your Future Will Be Fabricated

Fabricated is a new book from Hod Lipson and Melba Kurman that attempts to cover in as non-technical language as possible how 3D printers work, what they’re used for, and where the technology is going. It’s most definitely a go-to book for anyone with kids looking for a comprehensive look of 3DP technology and where’s it’s heading. Read More