5 Fun Projects For The Classroom

No classroom can utilize a 3D printer without fun projects to motivate the learning process.  Below you will find five fun projects for various ages and links to videos for the educational foundation supporting the project.  The last project, Color Pistol For Light Painting, is a more advanced project, but covers many areas of science […]

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Imaginator 3D News 6 May 15

Boat Motor

Happy day after Cinco De Mayo! I hope everyone has found interesting items to print since my last blog. Today, I bring to you a few articles which are interesting and making the headlines. More and more companies are jumping into filament development which is good for all of us 3D printers. It means more […]

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Some News, Some Muse

Today, I have found only a couple of interesting articles to bring to your attention. Our first article is a Mom who is seamstress by trade, but has created a wave with her Star Wars jewelry replicas! Next, we take a look at a warning about using some of the new experimental filaments in your […]

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Imaginator News for 25 Mar 2015

Hi everyone, it’s again time to see if we can find an interesting article in the news for this week! Several items I found interesting include a hybrid which not only acts as an additive manufacturing machine (3D printer), but also as a subtractive manufacturing (milling) machine. Also, Taulman 3D has yet another new filament […]

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Imaginator Blog News for 4 March, 2015

Metal Knot

Happy Hump Day! Today, I have found for you a variety of interesting topics to stimulate your creative nature! Competition is a great way to motivate and spark your creative side, and Makerbot has a new challenge to do just that. Additionally, Autodesk opens up their software package, Memento, to the public. Lastly, one of […]

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What’s in the News For 18 Feb 15?

A few articles back I mentioned a story on Graphene and how an infused filament could print electronic circuits. Well, in a step forward a group at Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute has developed a graphene oxide material which results in a pure graphene print when extruded!   The advantage of printing a pure graphene material is that […]

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News for 11 Feb 15

Birdhouse

Hi everyone, I hope your week is moving right along. In today’s news articles I point you toward news worthy events about newly updated software, a new 3D print community, and a birdhouse that changes color when it’s occupied! Lets briefly discuss the new Mixmesher update! If you are not familiar with this software, you should […]

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News for 4 Feb 2015

Hover Board by Hendo

Welcome to the weekly news for the first week in February! This week I have found some really cool articles that will definitely tweak your interests. As we approach the anniversary of Marty McFly’s arrival date, 21 October, 2015, Hendo is fast approaching the release of their hover board. It’s not as agile as Marty’s, […]

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News for 28 Jan 2015

Filament

In today’s blog I hope to bring to you a few more informative articles that will make your 3D printing experience more enjoyable. In this article we take a brief look at a filament comparison article, some new filament entering the market, and a flashlight that will last up to 20 years! 3D Printing Industry […]

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