DesignWinMake goes Metal

Unleash your imagination for our product design contest: this year, we’re looking for original and appealing laser-cut objects

 

Planisfera laser-cut wood lamp wins MakeMore

Koal Design’s foldable lamp reached its goal and will be officially introduced by Veneta Cucine for its new collection

 

Here is your chanche to test the new Autodesk 3D printer

Autodesk launched its Ember Explorer program: selected Makers, researchers and developers can buy an “early build” of Ember 3D printer

 

F-Electric: a conductive filament for 3D printing

If soldering is not your thing, there’s a new filament to directly 3D-print circuits and other conductive components

 

MakerBot, a partnership with Martha Stewart

Three new filaments and four 3D models of objects for the table: these are the first results of an unexpected partnership MakerBot finalized with Martha Stewart, an icon for all home-decor and DIY enthusiasts in the United States (and not only there). This partnership aims at showing that desktop FDD 3D printers are ready to make high quality (and stylish) objects for any home. MakerBot and Martha Stewart developed three […]

 

Practicality is the name of the game…

Are you looking for unique decorations and pieces that are both pleasing to the eye, as well as practical for your everyday activities? MakeTank has plenty of choices for all of your organizational and daily needs.

 

With RepRap 3DPrintBox you can share a 3D printer

A new 3D printing server lets you print without being directly connected to a 3D printer: all you need is a web browser

 

Selective Inhibition Sintering: low-cost metal 3D printing

University of Southern California developed a new approach to print metal powder without laser systems or binding chemicals

 

Customized business gifts can make you stand out

Business gifts are always the same, something you’ve seen a thousand times. Get out of this boring trend thanks to Makers’ creativity and customization.

 

MakeMore contest: you can still choose your winner

Makers aren’t afraid of challenges and those who joined our MakeMore contest proved it once again. We received more than 80 projects, conceived in the best Maker-style: mixing tradition with innovative manufacturing techniques. And with wood, this time: if there’s one thing we learned with this contest, is that wood has a bright future. We hope the same for our five finalists, and you still have time to choose your […]