Category Archives: Devin Montes

3D Printing Industry review of the year December 2018

News from the 3D printing world did not slow down in the last month of the calendar. December brought developments in materials, software, and European Space Agency’s ambitious plans for interplanetary missions. Marie the phantom A Louisiana State University student Meagan Moore, 3D printed a full-body phantom (and she named it Marie) which can be […]

Devin Montes, Make Anything: how to 3D print full color with a single extruder

Devin Montes, a product designer and maker popularly known on YouTube as Make Anything, has developed a way of 3D printing colorful objects using a single extrusion 3D printer. In his latest video colorful phone cases, styled in the paintings of Van Gogh, Keith Haring and Kandinsky, are used to demo the new, innovative technique. Maker movement As a […]

3D Printing Industry and Protolabs design competition winner announced, 2018 Awards update

Voting in 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards closes in one week. Then on May 17th, leaders in the 3D printing industry will meet in London for the announcement of the winners. At our gala-event, the winners will be presented with a unique trophy. As in the previous year we asked MyMiniFactory to invite their global […]

How 3D printing could save consumers millions in toys and games

According to a new study, 3D printing is already impacting the toys and games market which – by 2020 – is “projected to be [worth] US$135 billion.” By 3D printing free object designs from MyMiniFactory, the research evaluated the quality and cost in comparison to similar consumer products. The researchers used an FDM 3D printer […]