The Markforged Metal X: From Design to Finished Product

Welcome everyone to the Markforged webinar. This installation is the complete metal solution I’m Jon Riley the VP of Product I’m here with Alexander Crease one of our content engineers, and we’re going to walk you through metal printing from Markforged. If you have questions, there will be an opportunity at the end of the […]

Your 3D Prints Cast in Metal

Hi my name’s Ian and I’m the owner of 3D print foundry there are lots of videos and tutorials online about how you can make your own furnace and cast metal but that’s not for everyone so I decided to build a metal casting foundry tailored to the owners of 3D printers how does it […]

Desktop Metal’s 3D printer makes metal manufacturing less messy

– My name is Jordan Myerberg, I’m a co-founder and CTO of Desktop Metal. And what we’ve done is developed and launched here a 3D printer, for metal, that is safe and capable of printing metal parts in your office. (synthesizer music) A lot of the state of the art metal 3D printers use a […]

Sylatech: Casting metal parts from 3D prints

The advantage of using 3D printing is that the customer has the part in metal within a few days My name is Gordon Gunn I’m the director of marketing at Sylatech which is a design and manufacturing business with a heritage of 54 years in the design and manufacture of precision metal components Sylatech has […]

Tronxy X5S / X3S New Useful Electronics Case – Melzi v2.05 – Sub EN

Hi guys .. today I show .. the new electronics case for the own x5s substantially .. what I do .. I clustered on the front panel the display and the motherboard in this way you have more comfortable use of sdcard and .. usb slot then I add a reset button .. here you […]

Bake your PLA and have it outperform everything else! #Filaween

Ok, so I mentioned how Proto-pasta promises extra strength and rigidity for their HTPLA line of filaments if you essentially bake them in the oven and anneal them. This causes the typically unorganized, amorphous microstructure of the plastic to crystallize and form larger grains that are much more of a consistent, uniform element within themselves […]

Leather ping pong net w/ lasers, 3D printing, & Bob Clagett | How to

I’ll see you guys in a minute! You’re gonna have to crouch down more. Ah there you go! Alright alright. Oh my gosh this is terrifying. Hahaha! Hey guys we’re Evan and Katelyn! And I’m Bob at I Like to Make Stuff! And today we’re making a leather ping pong net with adjustable 3D printed […]

How to wire your 3D printer!

So the iTopie i3 is almost done, and what typically takes the longest is wiring everything up properly. Now, i know that part is not fun, it’s not rewarding, at least not for me, and it’s like this huge threshold between having a machine that looks finished, you know, with all the parts mounted and […]

Making a Jacob’s Ladder to Celebrate a Million Subs!

Hi. Shh. (Trying to focus.) Y-YEAH!! ((slap hands)) ONE MILLION SUBSCRIBERS! {{burst-open party horn noise}} {{plop}} Well, this calls for two things. First, I’d like to make a celebration candle, which I’ll make out of a Jacob’s ladder; And second, …I’m gonna *give away four* of these Lulzbot mini to you, my viewers and patrons, […]

Autoleveling on 3D printers: 9 myths and 12 sensors tested!

Twelve options to sense the surface of a 3D printer’s bed. Twelve solutions to the same problem. Twelve sensors that are all different. But there can only be one! Well, actually, each one of these has an upside, so let’s see what they can and can’t do. Myth busting 3D-printer style! Essentially these should all […]