Tag: 3D Printer Accessories

Open-source Felfil Evo 3D printing filament extruder available from $369

Mar 16, 2018 | By Benedict Italian 3D printing company Felfil has made available its Felfil Evo filament extruder, initially the subject of a Kickstarter back in 2015. The extruder is available in basic (€299, $369), complete (€599, $738), and assembled (€719, $886) versions. Here’s one for the 3D printing veterans (sort of): remember when... Read More »

Kasons 3D-ReKlaimer recycles metal 3D printing powders using vibration

Mar 14, 2018 | By Benedict Kason, a global manufacturer of screening and processing equipment, has developed the 3D-ReKlaimer, a metal powder recovery system for metal 3D printers that recovers and reconditions used powders to exacting particle sizes. 3D printing with metal is different to 3D printing with polymer filaments in many ways, one of... Read More »

This awesome laser-cut 3D printing filament rack can be yours

Mar 12, 2018 | By Benedict Germany-based maker John Dowell has used a laser cutter to build an incredible 3D printing filament rack. Dowell made the rack using Autodesk Fusion 360, and has published the files on Thingiverse. Depending on the humidity of your home/office/lab, having an open rack for your 3D printing material spools... Read More »

Dyze Design to launch fast & durable tungsten carbide 3D printer nozzle on Kickstarter

Feb 23, 2018 | By Tess Dyze Design, a 3D printer accessory developer from Montreal, Canada, is preparing to launch a Kickstarter campaign for its newest product: the Tungsten Carbide Nozzle. The 3D printer nozzle, which promises high flow and abrasion resistance, is compatible with a range of popular 3D printer brands including Ultimaker, Prusa,... Read More »

New STEM kits for 3Doodler Start let kids 3D draw their own robotic dinosaurs, insects, more

Feb 16, 2018 | By Tess At the upcoming American International Toy Fair 2018, WobbleWorks, the company behind the famous 3Doodler 3D printing pen, will be unveiling its latest kid-friendly product series. Somewhat surprisingly, it’s not a new 3D pen model, but I’m sure it will excite its customers equally. Called the 3Doodler Start STEM... Read More »