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What the FFF is Fused Filament Fabrication 3D Printing? Design experts Tom & Tracy Hazzard from 3D Start Point explore all about the what of 3D Printing: what 3D design software, what 3D printers, what tools to use, what designs to print, what new materials they’ve tested for you and what your 3D Printing business strategy should be. They interview the who’s who in 3D Print design and others who can help you figure out your what.

What the FFF is Fused Filament Fabrication 3D Printing? Design experts Tom & Tracy Hazzard from 3D Start Point explore all about the what of 3D Printing: what 3D design software, what 3D printers, what tools to use, what designs to print, what new materials they’ve tested for you and what your 3D Printing business strategy should be. They interview the who’s who in 3D Print design and others who can help you figure out your what.
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What the FFF is Fused Filament Fabrication 3D Printing? Design experts Tom & Tracy Hazzard from 3D Start Point explore all about the what of 3D Printing: what 3D design software, what 3D printers, what tools to use, what designs to print, what new materials they’ve tested for you and what your 3D Printing business strategy should be. They interview the who’s who in 3D Print design and others who can help you figure out your what.

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Episodes

3D Printed Echo Dot Holder Project

2/7/2019
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After waiting to disclose, Tom shares a 3D printing project that he has completed for Amazon - the 3D Printed Echo Dot Holder Project. As a great real-world 3D product example, Tom takes us into the entire process of how the project came to be which involved rapid design and production. Amazon reached out for […]

Duration:00:35:57

CES 2019 3D Printing Recap

1/30/2019
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After some time where things took a downturn, 2019 saw a resurgence of 3D printing. Tom recaps his trip to the CES 2019 and lets you in on the cool things to see this year. He talks about the advances in 3D scanning, 3D printing, as well as new applications and capabilities. Reflecting on where […]

Duration:00:38:52

3D Printing In The STEM Education Curriculum with Brian Bobbitt and Jacob Spurling

12/12/2018
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Former guest and STEM mentor Brian Bobbitt gives an update on the STEM education curriculum program and 3D printing. He shares his insights on the new generation of students and their capacity to pick up software and projects a lot faster. Complimenting his journey as an educator, he brings one of his students, Jacob Spurling, […]

Duration:00:34:01

Girl STEM Education with MakerGirl with Mary Hadley

11/14/2018
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According to a recent report by Microsoft, girls and young women remain less likely to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math; in short, STEM. In that regard, the lack of representation of women in STEM-related careers continues to grow as an area of focus. Mary Hadley from MakerGirl talks about their […]

Duration:00:30:17

How Import Tariffs May Accelerate 3D Printed Consumer Goods with Steve Crimi

10/3/2018
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There are several markets now that are very viable for 3D printing, and that's what Steve Crimi, CEO of Goldsol, Inc., is looking at right now. Steve, along with his business partner and wife, Brenda, sells lots of different products on Amazon in particular. He has spent his lifetime owning and operating successful businesses in […]

Duration:00:33:16

The Tale Of The 3D Printed Doorbell

9/26/2018
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The story of a woman named Grace is something we can all relate to. Grace is an adult living in Texas and she was a first-time homeowner about two years ago. As soon as she signed the mortgage papers, she had every home security company on earth descending on their new home pretty much the […]

Duration:00:19:06

Are Engineers The Path To The 3D Print Tipping Point?

9/19/2018
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“What does it going to take for 3D printing to top and be more wisely adopted by manufacturers of products to become a more integrated and integral part of manufacturing around the world?” This is the question that Tom was inspired to answer while watching an interview of the CEO of MarkForged, Greg Mark. Struck […]

Duration:00:16:00

Is Desktop Metal 3D Printing Really Here?

9/12/2018
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Technologies have truly evolved that something as expensive as a metal 3D printing machine can now be offered as a desktop metal 3D printing machine and be accessible to a number of audience with the help of media. However, this could lead to many people think of the industry lightly. Tom goes deep into the […]

Duration:00:23:43

3D Printing Myths

9/7/2018
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We've seen 3D printers showing up in more dramatic TV series like Grey's Anatomy in a recent season and among a lot of other TV shows. The general public has this perception that 3D printing is easy, but that's just not the reality of it. It’s no surprise that the general public does not understand […]

Duration:00:22:46

3D Printed Guns: Fair Game Or A Slippery Slope?

9/5/2018
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Any of you following the 3D print industry couldn't help but see that an awful lot has happened in the courts and in the government with 3D printing, in particular regarding 3D-printed firearms. Cody Wilson was the first person to create a 3D printable gun and the plans for a 3D printable gun way back […]

Duration:00:18:24

Advanced Dental 3D Printing With Faraz Abidi

6/13/2018
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Dental technology has come a long way since you got braces back in 80s. Now with advanced dental 3D printing as an option, treatment for patients has grown faster and more reliable than ever. The possibilities of high resolution polymer 3d printing are truly endless, with companies fighting to dominate several areas, including digital dentistry. […]

Duration:00:35:33

Working Together To Teach 3D Printing with Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath of Nonscriptum LLC

6/6/2018
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For hardware companies, it has become very challenging to compete in that market. Recovering rocket scientist Joan Horvath and hacker Rich Cameron team up to form Nonscriptum when they realized nobody’s doing any training and authored quite a few books on 3D printing. Joan shares that something that's been really valuable for them is writing […]

Duration:00:35:53

Industrial 3D Printing That Makes Additive Manufacturing Real

5/23/2018
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Coming from the engineering sector, Blake Teipel, President and co-Founder of Essentium, has always been looking at how to advance supply chains and how to advance manufacturing solutions in a wide variety of industries. Partnering with BASF, Blake is disrupting traditional manufacturing processes by bringing strength and speed together without compromising the material set. He […]

Duration:00:50:09

Is PETG Filament Overtaking PLA?

5/9/2018
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PLA filament has been the most common 3D printing filament, especially in desktop 3D printing in home and educational environments. The reasons are that it's pretty easy to print, the temperature required to print is pretty low, and most importantly there are no toxic fumes that are emitted. A material that's been in development for […]

Duration:00:12:55

The Shapeways 3D Printing Market Is Here To Stay

5/4/2018
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A recent article came out lately that said 3D printing marketplaces like the Shapeways won't last. That not only does a disservice to Shapeways but the whole 3D printing industry as well. The truth is Shapeways 3D Printing Market offers tremendous value. It is a destination for consumers to shop for 3D printed goods or […]

Duration:00:22:58

Best 3D Printers Under $500

4/27/2018
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There have been a lot of changes in the 3D print market in the last year. Some new printers have come out that are really capable at a very affordable price, and there are some that have been discontinued. It’s important for an update and a rundown of some of the best 3D printers under […]

Duration:00:17:16

Is The 3D Print Education Market Saturated?

4/26/2018
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There are a lot of different 3D printers available under $500 retail due to a lot of change in the market in the last year. A bunch of new players and a couple of Steady Eddies are doing really well. One of our favorite entry-level 3D printers has been discontinued. This brought on the realization […]

Duration:00:21:12

The Evolution and Production of Microphone Block, A 3D Print Project

4/20/2018
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3D printing is an absolutely wonderful process to create a product, develop it over time, and evolve it with flexibility. 3D printing is also absolutely right on the money and allows you to manufacture things a number of different ways. We reveal an important 3D print project that we have been working on, a Microphone […]

Duration:00:21:04

Self Service 3D Printing

4/18/2018
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When you’re using your 3D printer and you encounter a problem, what do you do? In these situations, it’s always smart to initially employ self-service 3D printing. You try to figure it out and solve it yourself first. If that doesn’t work, you could call the company for tech support. A lot of times there […]

Duration:00:25:17

Reusable Filament Spools: Even More Impact By Having Less with Steven Gall

4/4/2018
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If you have been 3D printing for a long time, you are most likely one of those people who go through several spools of filament a day. The plastic that filament spools come in pile up over time and you don’t really know what to do with them. Steven Gall and his company Keene Village […]

Duration:00:45:15