Hello world! I am very interested in learning what software is used to create the How-to guides and manuals here at 3D Hubs. I think they are a great addition to any instructions/manuals website, including how-to's into 3D printing. For example: https://www.3dhubs.com/knowledge-base/additive-manufacturing-process Does anyone have an insight on what kind of tools is used for this?
Hi guys, I don't know if it's allowed to place here, but I've won a $50 3D Hubs voucher in the Instructables 3D Printing Contest. As I'm an hub myself, I can't spend this voucher, so I'm actually willing to sell it for $40. If anyone is interested, send me an E-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Andreas
It's time to unleash your 3D powers, we've teamed up with Instructables for the biggest 3D printing contest of 2016! The challenge: write an Instructable about your 3D printed creations sharing how you did it, and submit your project to the contest to win some of the awesome prizes. Did we say prizes? You can win 15 (!) of the best 3D printers today in 3 different categories:
With just hours to go before Bethesda officially launches Fallout 4 - the most anticipated video game in recent memory - players around the world are gearing up to enter an exciting new world that's been years in the making.
It's no secret that the midnight release of Fallout 4 this past Tuesday sent the gaming world into a frenzy. Among other reasons, fans of the popular post-apocalyptic role-playing video game franchise have been waiting patiently for five whole years for the much-anticipated update.
It has been a while already since we have started our first Instructables competition where we together with the manufacturers we were giving away 13 of the best 3D printers and $2000 3D printing credit for the most creative makers out there! Finally, we can announce that the contest was extremely successful with almost 600 creative
Hey folks I just posted my instructable for my S530 hexacopter design to Instructables! http://www.instructables.com/id/S530-Hexacopter-The-Fully-3D-Printed-Frame/
Hi 3D Hubs! Please check out my guide on how to build your own walking machine, and vote for me in the 3D printing contest if you like what you see! I would love to see more of these machines out and about in the world. The model I've uploaded is easily re-scaled and re-interpreted, so feel free to play with it. Thanks for taking the time to look!
One of the latest projects here at the 3D Hubs office is an Interactive LED Beerpong table . It’s a sort of a maker-edition of the Beer-pong table with cool 3D printed accessories (soon to come).
Prepare for the summer of your lifetime! A new Instructables contest aims to challenge your maker-skills with a whole summer long Makerthon ;) The idea is simple - Any group of at least 4 friends can register and should submit as many awesome Instructables as possible throughout the summer. The ones who submit the most amazing instructables will obviously be rewarded!
This instructables is authorized by designer&maker "Deepocean" to Shapetizer to post A truck toy set. 3D printed and assembled. This truck was appeared in the movie "Transformers". Yes, a part of the "Devastator", the left foot. In the real world ,the prototype is Caterpillar 773b Dump truck.
Well I broke one of the hooks on my push mower catcher and I didn't want to replace the entire for $40. Any ideas how to replace a broken part - I know. Lets 3D print it! The hooks are located on the bottom of the catcher bag and go over the top of a metal lug.(seen below in grey)