Posts that were written by Luis Rodriguez

3D Printing News – Finishing and Post-Processing Your 3D Printed Objects


“Friction-weld, rivet, sand, paint — arm yourself with simple tools and techniques to take your 3D prints to the next level.” Continuing with our recent posts about post-processing we refer back to this 2013 article from MAKE Magazine Volume 34, our own Matt Griffin shares some of the tools, materials, and techniques that will take […]

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3D Printing News – Painting & Finishing 3D Printed Models


The very popular 3D Printing Nerd AKA Joel Telling partners up with Bill Doran, from Punished Props, to show how to properly sand, prime, paint, and weather a Harry Potter Elder Wand print. Be sure to watch all 42:09 minutes of this goldmine of information to find out the valuable tips and tricks used to […]

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Shared On YouMagine – Battery-powererd Bluetooth Audio Amplifier by Thomas Sanladerer


Thomas Sanladerer has created this awesome small wireless amplifier that runs up to 65 hours on the Sony NP-F compatible battery! Shared On YouMagine – Battery-powererd Bluetooth Audio Amplifier by Thomas Sanladerer: “This efficient amplifier box is powered by the common Sony NP-F compatible LiIon batteries and pumps out 15W of audio goodness to each […]

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3DP News – Polymaker Fabricates & Tests a 3D Printed Car Jack Using UM2 Extended+ and PC-Max


PolyMaker is known for their innovative approach to materials. Nicolas Tokotuu (Communication manager, 3D printing engineer and designer for PolyMaker) has performed a fun strength test utilizing one of their new materials, Polycarbonate (PC-MAX). They designed and printed a car jack on an Ultimaker 2+ extended and subsequently tested it on a car. They want […]

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