On Beer and 3D Printing: Tap Handle Musings Part 1

If you have been following our social media accounts or exploits online, chances are you’ve witnessed multiple references to craft beer & roadtrips. We’ve also been guilty for using a #beerforscale next to our human scale 3D prints. Chief Hacker shows off his super-sized 3D printed GE engine downloaded from Thingiverse using a Shiner Bock […]

Architectural Decoration with 3D Printed Molds

The following is a story from Stockholm-based Gigabot owner Monsén Arkitekter “We feel that contemporary architecture is now too minimalistic and the naked buildings have lost their storytelling aspect. In our latest project, we designed human figures demonstrating the anatomy of movement for the façade of a building. We quickly realized our small office 3D […]

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How Community Catalyzed our Young Startup : A Partnership with ArchDaily

Rewind to late 2013. re:3D was in the middle of Kickstarter fulfillment, focusing on our backers, and building the core mechanics of our company, all the while introducing ourselves to the 3D printing community. The architecture community was one of our emerging markets for large format, affordable 3D printers, and through a fortunate introduction via […]

Diving into 3D Printing

* Original post from mid 2013 * Note: This post is adapted from an article written by Morgan Hamel for the Santiago-based magazine “I Love Chile.” If you had told me a month ago that I would be leaving my hometown of Silicon Valley – the heart of all things tech – to come to […]