Matt Stultz

Matt Stultz

Matt is a community organizer and founder of both 3D Printing Providence and HackPittsburgh. He's a professional software developer which helps fuel his passion for being a Maker!

Latest from Matt Stultz

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OnShape is a new CAD tool that is likely to make a serious impact within the Maker community by offering professional level tools to Makers for free. The OnShape team has created their tool as a web app, making OnShape a cross platform tool working on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and soon... Read more »


  When you think about Samsung, the first products that come to mind are probably phones or televisions, not Maker-focused electronics. Today, with their announcement at Internet of Things World, Samsung has entered the Maker world with their ARTIK platform, an Arduino compatible family of devices targeted towards Internet of... Read more »


  The first races of the Moat Boat Paddle Battle are almost here! If you are headed to Maker Faire Bay Area next weekend, now is the time to enter and have your shot at winning one of the fantastic 3D printers from SeeMeCNC. Register Now During the announcement we offered would-be racers a downloadable file of... Read more »

3d printer for review

LulzBot is known for their exceptional engineering, upgradability, and commitment to open source — but not for portability, nor for having a space-saving footprint. Now, the team has released the LulzBot Mini to help those who don’t have the desk space required for their larger Taz, but are looking for many... Read more »

The DRM Chip From A Stratasys Print Cartridge

Our good friend Michael Weinberg has written us to let us all know about one of the current fights to keep 3D printing free and open. Read below and add your voice to the current issue. The Time is Now to Help to Unlock 3D Printers The Copyright Office needs... Read more »


There was a nice surprise in the Printrbot booth at the New York 3D Printshow: the new Printrbot Play. The Play continues the new path Printrbot has been taking since the creation of the Metal Simple, by building sheet metal printers (a long departure from the original, mostly printed models). While having... Read more »


  If you are planning on attending Maker Faire Bay Area and haven’t yet signed up to participate in the Moat Boat Paddle Battle, we are about to entice you to change that! We are pleased to announce that our sponsor SeeMeCNC is offering some amazing prizes to the winners. The winners... Read more »