Better of CES 2015 awards, maker-pleasant tech: MakerBot’s composite filaments

#fivemin-widget-blogsmith-picture-841203show:none; .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-picture-841203, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-picture-841203width:570px;show:block;

Best of CES 2015 awards, maker-friendly tech: MakerBot's composite filaments

When will you have the ability to 3D print stuff you’d truly need to hold round? Prior to you assume. We have heard of (and seen) composite filaments earlier than — plastic that may be printed, however incorporates different parts and supplies — but when MakerBot is getting concerned, then the world of 3D printing is almost certainly going to comply with. Revealing the power to print plastic with bronze, limestone, maplewood and iron inside, we have referred to as it one of the crucial thrilling 3D-printing bulletins in recent times and thus the rightful recipient of the Greatest Maker-pleasant Know-how award. (Now, when will they have the ability to print one thing like our awards trophy?)

 Cover Feedback zeroFeedback

Featured Tales
Examine Your Devices

Best of CES 2015 awards, maker-friendly tech: MakerBot's composite filaments

Immediately examine merchandise aspect by aspect and see which one is greatest for you!

Attempt it now →