The first Black Friday deals for this year 2022 are already here. Various companies and online stores with products on 3D printing are ahead and already offer us succulent discounts in their catalogue. In this 3DWork article we compile some offers from our collaborators in case you have missed them and may be of interest to you. Black Friday deals: ...

Anycubic with its Kobra series has managed to have a model for each type of user with machines with a great quality/price ratio that surely will not disappoint us given the experience of Anycubic in 3D printing in both FDM and SLA machines. Today we are going to present two models, the Kobra Neo and Kobra Go, which although they have an identical base differ in two ...

Anycubic has launched the new Photon M3 Premium, precisely that premium of its name gives us clues to the objective of this model which Anycubic has tried, based on its experiences with the M3 series and users feedback, to create the perfect machine. Below is an introductory video of the Anycubic Photon M3 Premium. As always before continuing with the ...

A few weeks ago the Voxelab Aquila S2 arrived in our laboratory, a printer that within the entry range seeks to reach those users with tight budgets who want to take a good base for future improvements. For those who do not know Voxelab is a subsidiary brand of the large manufacturer Flashforge focused on offering 3D solutions to home ...

Usually, when we analyze a printer or device, we try to be as impartial as possible, but on occasions like today, when we have to do it with a Ratrig V-Minion machine, the little heart pulls us a little. A few months ago we presented you the one that from our point of view and compared to other similar machines ...

Our 3D printers have an assembly inside the print head called an extruder. This set is made up of various components that will allow the processing/movement of the filament, and today we will focus on the best extruders on the market. Before we begin we would like to thank the collaboration of our colleagues at 3Dboom (Telegram group here ) ...

In today’s article I wanted to review an interesting project that has caught our attention. Its creator, Brandon Withrow, is a programmer and maker quite fond of the Simpsons. In his words, “I wanted to recreate the random nature of the always-on television, in a reduced format “. Something quite original and curious, and that has not left us indifferent. ...

Timelapses are a widely used photographic technique in which we try to capture events that usually occur at very slow speeds, through numerous photographic images. The results are usually impressive, it must be said. The main idea is to take these photographs with a certain time interval (configured by us) between shots, and in this way represent any type of ...

Today in 3DWork.io we bring you a very interesting article on how to make a 3D Printed Column Drill for Dremel Tool, which can be very useful if you usually design homemade electronic boards for your projects. Probably you have already tried to make holes in electronic boards on some occasion using a normal drill, and seeing how they inexorably ...

If you are electronic or electronic hobbyist in general, you have probably used testing boards (or probing JICs) on occasion. These are often used to verify electronic boards or directly program them. There are countless of them, from manual to fully automatic and you can easily buy them in countless online stores. However, our colleague Giuseppe Finizia decided one day ...

Checking the status of your 3D printer is something more than recommended if you usually spend a lot of time printing parts. So in 3DWork today we want to show you a curious way of Monitor your 3D printer with an OLED display, Wemos D1 and Octoprint. If you are a regular on our blog and took a look at ...

Being able to have a 3D scanner at your disposal is something very interesting. Especially if you must regularly reproduce and print organic models, since drawing them can be a real nightmare. A 3D scanner allows you to digitally capture the shape of any physical object, either using laser light or by photogrammetry. Basically you will create a point cloud ...