• Table Lamp or 3D Printer, That is the Question!

    The Tiger Q3D 3d printer was born from a partnership between Flying Tiger Copenhagen and Politronica and is the first table lamp and 3d printer into a single form. The q3d’s arm moves with precision using wires and cords...

    • Posted 2 years ago
    • 0
  • Felfil Evo: the open source filament extruder for your 3D printer

    After a successfully launched  Kickstarter campaign in 2015, the italian startup Collettivo Cocomeri, also known as Felfil srl, now offers  for sale the Felfil Evo to reduce 3d printing waste and create custom recycled filament. “Plastic waste...

    • Posted 2 years ago
    • 0
  • An Open Source Filament Extruder for 3D Printer

      Create filaments for FDM printing of your choice, by yourself, thanks to this self buildable machine that gives new life to PLA, ABS and PET leftovers.   Even if their price decisively fell in the last...

    • Posted 3 years ago
    • 1
  • PreciousPlastic project: dedicated to ecologists and 3d printers

    Plastic can easily be recycled. It needs relative low temperatures and pressures. Look around and you’ll notice plastic waste is everywhere around us. We just need to sort it and have tools to turn it into new...

    • Posted 5 years ago
    • 0
  • Ewe industries releases its acclaimed printers seen at MFR Rome 2015

    After winning a design prize in 2014 when Ewe showed during the Maker Faire Rome its ERA 3D printer, this year they presented two more interesting models, a big printer (60x40cm printing area) named Olympia and a...

    • Posted 5 years ago
    • 0
  • Felfil Evo. A filament extruder for 3D printers made for you by Collettivo Cocomeri

    Felfil Evo, the open source filament extruder for 3D printers made for makers. Ready for experimentation, it will help you save money! An easy to use filament extruder, which will allow anyone to produce their 3D printer...

    • Posted 5 years ago
    • 0
  • 83-Year-Old Inventor Designs Inexpensive Open-Source Filament Extruder

    Never too late to invent something great: Hugh Lyman, an 83-year-old retiree from Enumclaw, Washington, won The Desktop Factory Competition with his design for a low-cost, open-source machine capable of turning resin pellets into inexpensive filament for 3D printing....

    • Posted 7 years ago
    • 1
  • The n-th filament extruder on Kickstarter

     Tim Elmore is a PhD student at the University of Florida studying Mechanical Engineering. His experience with 3D printing, and having to buy filament, is what spurred his interest in creating a filament extruder. He did his...

    • Posted 7 years ago
    • 1