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APCUG

APCUG

The Association of Personal Computer User Groups (APCUG) is a worldwide organization that helps groups devoted to the world of technology including computers, tablets, smartphones, digital photography, genealogy, etc

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3D Modeling Software

 20 Free 3D-Modeling Software

20 Useful 3D-Modeling Software You Can Use For Free

3D-modeling tools help turn individual ideas into beautiful models and prototypes for a variety of fields. These tools allow building and customizing models from the ground up, no matter if you are a keen beginner or a professional engineer. Popular in various industries such as film, animation, gaming, architecture, and interior design, 3D models are key aspects of various projects.

  

3D Scanning Software

 
 123D Catch

123D Catch

123D Catch is a free app that lets you create 3D scans of virtually any object.

  
Faro 

FARO

FARO is the world's most trusted source for 3D measurement, imaging and realization technology. The company develops and markets computer-aided measurement and imaging devices and software. Technology from FARO permits high-precision 3D measurement, imaging and comparison of parts within production and quality assurance processes.

  
Shapify 

Shapify

3D scan yourself at home with the Kinect and get a realistic 3D printed figurine of yourself sent to your home in the mail. The price for the printed figurine is $79 including postage. 

  
 MakerScanner

MakerScanner

The MakerScanner is a completely open source 3D-scanner and the perfect complement to a MakerBot or other 3D printer. Every one of the scanner's plastic parts can be printed on a MakerBot or other 3D printer!

  

3D Printing Software

 
 All About 3D Printing

All About 3D Printing

We are a young company based in Munich, Germany. Our mission is to make 3D printing available and affordable for everyone. Need 3D printer software? These are the best 3D printing software tools for beginners to experts. Most of them are free. This article is about finding the best 3D printing software for every stage of your workflow. Which 3D printing software is best for preparing 3D models to print? How about designing 3D print models from scratch? What if you’re an absolute beginner? Have no fear, we’ve answered all of these questions, together with details on proficiency levels and where they can be downloaded. And best of all, the majority of them are totally free and open source.

  

3D Printer and 3D printing News

 
3Ders 

3Ders

3Ders is 3D printer and 3D printing news.

  
 FreeLSS

FreeLSS

FreeLSS is a free as in open source, open hardware, and open electronic design 3D printable turn table laser scanning platform based on the Raspberry Pi. It is written in C++ and licensed under the GPL. The scanning software runs self-contained on the Raspberry Pi without the need for a connected computer via USB. The user interface is completely web based and is exposed via libmicrohttpd on the Pi. Laser sensing is performed via the official 5 MP Raspberry Pi camera. The camera can be operated in either video or still mode. Video mode camera access is provided by the  Raspicam  library. Reference designs for the electronics to control the lasers and turn table are available as Fritzing files. Access to the GPIO pins are provided by  wiringPi.

  
 Murobo

Murobo

Welcome to Murobo.com! The Murobo store is now online and accepting orders.

  
 3D Printing for Beginners

3D Printing for Beginners

We are Michel and Yves, just two regular guys from Luxembourg/Europe. We both hold regular day jobs and had no particular exposure to 3D printing until early 2012. Intrigued by some media reports on 3D printing we spontaneously decided to buy our first 3D printer, an Ultimaker Original. And that is pretty much where it all started: fascinated by what the Ultimaker could do and the tremendous future potential of this technology we decided to share our experiences on the world wide web. We have always found the 3D printing community to be incredibly open, friendly and ready to share. We can only encourage you to join the community as well, be it on this blog, elsewhere on the internet or even during a meet-up close to your home.

  
3DPrint.com  3DPrint.com

Here at 3DPrint.com we are always seeking to educate the general public about the incredible technology known as 3D printing. Therefore we have set out to create a brief, yet informative guide on 3D printing, how it works, and the various technologies involved.  We hope it teaches you a little bit about the technology and perhaps acts as a springboard for your creativity to run wild. We will update this guide as times change, and new technologies and information become available.

- What is 3D Printing & How Do 3D Printers Work?

- Buying a 3D Printer? — What You Need to Know

- Cheapest, Best & Most Reliable Desktop 3D

   Printers - 3DPrint’s 2015 Buyers Guide

- Cheapest & Most Reliable 3D Scanners — 3DPrint’s

  2015 Buyer’s Guide