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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

PaddleBattleLogo

The Moat Boat Paddle Battle was a huge success during Bay Area Maker Faire, and now it's coming to its home coast for World Maker Faire, September 26–27. Read more »

GlassPrinting

Mediated Matter from MIT has created a new molten glass extruder that is 3D printing objects fit for a museum. Read more »

BigBox

The BigBox is a collaboration between the E3D team and Kickstarter alumni LittleBox whose promising Kickstarter campaign ends this Sunday. Read more »

The Makerbot Smart Extruder Has Been A Known Failure Point For Makerbot's Newest Machines.

MakerBot grew from a fun project by three friends in a hackerspace in Brooklyn, to being THE name in desktop 3D printing. Over the last few years, though, that name has been drug through the mud; from the community backlash when they decided to go closed source after building their reputation... Read more »

NewSlic3r

Over the past few weeks, we have seen major updates to many of the most vital packages that we use to operate our 3D printers. Read more »

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Formlabs has been steadily releasing new materials that each provide a new property to their users. Now, Formlabs has added a new resin to join Clear, Flexible, and Castable: Tough. Read more »

BladeFront

Traditional methods for building cars are full of wasted materials and wasted energy. 3D printing offers a greater level of customization along with the ability to easily make complicated parts. The team from Divergent Microfactories set forth to use the power of 3D printing to help make a car — and... Read more »