Monthly Archives: November 2016


PET Filament Review

Another 3D printing material that can be tested and then used in a home or office environment is PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate). PET filament is food safe and waterproof therefore it is especially good for making vases, bottles, boxes, all sort of containers. Even though a higher width nozzle diameter is […]

PET Filament Review


3D Printed Sad Face in Light Blue PLA

Louise Driggers’ 3D printed Sad Face action united 3D printing community in a protest against those who disrespect designers’ rights. This happened when an Ebay seller took more than two thousand designs and pictures from file-sharing websites, like Thingiverse, and started selling the prints. This seller has also been using […]

Sad Face Action


Desktop 3D Printer

The table below lists desktop 3D printers. It is updated regularly. Please feel free to Contact Us if you think that a particular printer should be added to this list. /// NB! Table revamp in progress /// Choosing Your Desktop 3D Printer A lot of thought should go into choosing […]

Desktop 3D Printer Catalogue


CONTEXT 3D Printed Logo

One of our first designs was a company logo. We didn’t have to push our creativity because the logo already existed in 2D format. Sounds easy, but making a 3D printed logo appeared to be quite challenging. Usually, when designing for 3D printing we have to keep in mind the […]

3D Printed Logo – 2D to 3D