Tag Archives: 3D Printer

No Material Waste Spills Here, We Got It Funneled!

by Jeff Parker

Handling Objet Material Waste

Our typical procedure to handle material waste from the Objet printer is to cap off the bag and place it in the sun allowing it to cure and become non-toxic.  I have a problem, though. I’m

Stratasys Announces the F-Series

by Josh Zuniga

F123 Series

Stratasys launches the F-Series printers. No matter what your previous 3D printing experience, you can quickly master any of the three F123 models.

Stratasys 3D Printer Meets 90210

by Glen Chancellor

Joshua Greer is an entrepreneur who just purchased a Fortus 250 3D Printer for prototyping from GoEngineer. His very first project was to find a way to get this 3D printer into his office. You see, his office is located in a corner lot home in the heart of Beverly Hills!

GoEngineer, Valentines, and all the Feels

by Jessica Skorut

Romantic Engineer

Without even realizing it, GoEngineer proves to be versed in all things Valentines. Surprising, I know. But sometimes you find what you are looking for in the most unsuspecting of places.

That’s a Wrap; Summer Roadshows, 3D Printing and DIY Drones

by Tyler Reid

Summer is officially over, and with its end comes the conclusion of our 2015 3D Printing Summer Roadshows. We traveled to 13 cities across 7 states to share the process of designing, 3d printing, and manufacturing our own personal drone.

J4 Paintball Leverages 3D Printing

by Mitch Bossart, Industry Writer for GoEngineer

J4 Paintball Leverages Facebook, online forums, SOLIDWORKS, and 3D printing to make products faster and smarter.

Troubleshooting Gaps in Thin Prints

by Drew Parsons

Just because it looks good on your computer screen, doesn’t necessarily mean it will look good on the printing platform. Try these 3D Printing Tips & Tricks to help achieve the best print.

International Left Handers Day

by David Waltzman

In the spirit of International Left Handers Day, here is a look at broken bones, right-handed scissors and leveraging technology from a lefty point of view.