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We’re so excited about the release of our Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing special issue. The first publication of its kind, the Guide offers in-depth reviews, comparisons, and recommendations for 15 top printers on the market today. There are also how-tos on scanning, 3D design, getting objects printed even if you don’t have a printer, and lots more. Look for the Guide on newsstands Nov 20th or get it now at MakerShed.com.

And don’t forget to join us tonight for the first-ever International Maker Meetup. We’ll be getting together around the globe to talk about 3D printing, the maker movement, and meet some of the groups that are gathering. At 6pm PT/9pm ET we’ll do a Google Hangout On Air from the MAKE HQ meetup in Sebastopol, Calif. So far we have 123 meetups scheduled and over 750 people planning to attend. We hope to see you there. Even if you’re not part of a meetup, you can still join us for the G+ Hangout On Air.

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Gareth Branwyn

Gareth Branwyn is a freelancer writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture, including the first book about the web (Mosaic Quick Tour) and the Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Building Robots. He is currently working on a best-of collection of his writing, called Borg Like Me.


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  1. [...] very little hassle. Another thing I also wanted to mention is that just yesterday, MAKE’s Ultimate Guide To 3D Printing was released. It’s a book that sells for $10, and in just one day, it’s getting rave [...]

  2. [...] very little hassle. Another thing I also wanted to mention is that just yesterday, MAKE’s Ultimate Guide To 3D Printing was released. It’s a book that sells for $10, and in just one day, it’s getting rave [...]

  3. Kate says:

    Will it be possible to buy a digital version of this issue ?

    1. Gabriel says:

      I’m also looking for a digital edition of “Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing”. Please, let me know if it’s possible.
      tks

      1. Schorhr says:

        I was wondering the same thing.
        I am located in germany, and ordered it at Amazon right away.
        They won’t be able to deliver it before Dec 14!
        So much for the digital age.

  4. Steven Jarris says:

    The printing presses were very well used for many years. Now in Charlotte, and many other places, there are some interesting new developments.