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3D Printing News Briefs: December 2, 2018

3D Printing News Briefs: December 2, 2018

Written by David

December 2, 2018

We’re covering everything in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, from software and metal 3D printing to education and cosplay. MatterHackers is introducing MatterControl 2.0, while Digital Alloys is defining application criteria for metal 3D printing. The MakerBot Innovation Lab in Georgia provides a professor with some much-needed 3D printed primate skulls for class, and Melissa Ng of Lumecluster recently attended the New York Comic Con with some 3D printed armor. MatterHackers Introducing MatterControl 2.0 This year, the development team at MatterHackers has been working hard to make a new and improved version of its free, open source, All-In-One design/slice/print software MatterControl . Now, the company has announced that MatterControl 2.0 is finally here. “Loaded with lots of new features and tools to create, slice, and control your 3D printer, MatterControl has more capabilities than ever for newcomers and advanced users alike,” MatterHackers wrote on its website. “While some updates […]


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