3D Printing News – Doodle 3D Transform


In a world where we can buy affordable 3d printers it can seem intimidating when it comes to creating your own 3D model for the first time. This is what the founders envisioned when they created their first successful Kickstarter for the Doodle 3d WiFi box with embeded sketch app (still available). For the first […]

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3D Printing News – 3D Prints for Teachers of the Visually Impaired


The above image shows solids that all have the same volume, you can check this by filling one with water and then pouring that water into the next, fixed-volume objects. You can use the OpenSCAD script that Rich Cameron (aka Whosawhatsis) shared or download the sample objects. But why? Rich Cameron and Joan Horvarth, well-known […]

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3D Printing News – 3D Printed Hair


(video via Futurism) The amazing folks in the Tangible Media Group at MIT Media Lab have shared their research with creating the software to produce small hairs or Cilia from 150 to 50 micrometers to do things such as move, sense, adhere, or be aesthetically pleasing. Looking into the Nature, hair has numerous functions such […]

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3D Printing News – 3D Printed Food


The production of food by machines is a fact of modern food production, from pasta, to Twinkies, to canned foods, raw ingredients are processed in factories all over the world. The only problem is each piece of food is identical, no customization or personalization is possible. Enter 3D Printing. If 3D Printing is considered being […]

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Tips & Tricks – How to edit an existing STL


Have you ever wanted to add just one more little thing to an existing model? A name, a mash-up of two STL’s? There are plenty of free tools to do it and below are just a few good articles about those tools. First up an video from TinkerCad, then a recent All3DP article that will […]

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Updates and improvements to YouMagine


Today we migrated to new servers in order to improve our response time for you.   You can now also add videos to your designs to show how your uploaded project works and what it does. We hope that this will especially help those who are making more complex items. We also hope that people will […]

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Aidan Leitch’s Silicone 3D printing process


A few months ago we held a Contest whereby we challenged our community to develop a new 3D printing technology using an Ultimaker Original. 13 year old Aidan Leitch was one of the winners and attempted to make a Silicone 3D printing process. You can download the files here on YouMagine. Aidan made a Syringe extruder […]

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Scrufie the adorable obstacle avoidance robot on YouMagine


In honor of our ELF VR Drone contest where you can win your own drone, I checked out some of the awesome robots on YouMagine. Rtheiss’ S.C.R.U.-F.E. is a “Simple C++ Robot with Ultrasonic-sensor” is a maze avoidance robot got printed when his, “two year old daughter fell in love with an old ultrasonic robot that I […]

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