The Detroit Maker Faire Giveaway has come and gone and the winners are now being announced. Thank you to everyone that took the time to come and visit us over the weekend and entered to win. There were a lot of entries and only a few prizes to be won.
The greatest gathering of DIY projects, ideas, and fun is once again visiting Detroit Michigan. Join us once more this year for the Detroit MakerFaire at the historic Henry Ford Museum.
Come see us once again at the 2018 Mid-West RepRap Festival. Held annually this event always delivers and promises to be no different this year. There will be a ton of new projects being shown off by companies, makers, and designers, and we’re even going to release our brand new DLP Pro+ 4K printer at
The MI3D meetup this month will be held at the mUVe 3D workshop from 6-8pm on November 28
We are extremely happy to announce today the arrival of the 4k DLP printing line.
The MI3D organization focuses on advocating the use of 3D technologies, connecting novices with experts, and sharing knowledge to promote unique perspectives in these growing fields.
Each year the Detroit Maker Faire is the largest maker event in Michigan and we expect it to be even bigger than before. Come join over 25000 makers, tinkerers and hackers for a weekend-long show and tell that is always here to amaze. We will be showing off 3D printers, amazing 3D printing techniques, as well as some really amazing new finishing techniques that shouldn’t be missed. So be sure to stop out and see us this upcoming weekend in Dearborn, MI inside the Henry Ford Museum to see what we’ve been up to!
In this latest thought leadership article from our series looking at the future of 3D printing, the CEO of an Open Source 3D printing company tells us about the quest to make the “lowest cost, most versatile, multi-material” 3D printer possible.
It’s March so that means it is once again time to travel to Goshen, Indiana for the largest open 3D printer event in the country.
nanoDLP, the modern savior to DLP printers the world around, is adding to its already stunning feature set with the release of internal support generation.