Todd Blatt

Todd Blatt

Usually in Baltimore

Digital Fabrication/3d printing specialist, hacker, maker, entrepreneur member of the Baltimore Node hackerspace UMBC 2007 Mechanical Engineering graduate tournament Go and Foosball player 3d modeling since 1997

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Help 3D print a ginormous Benjamin Franklinstein as our second supersized crowdsourced 3D print! Earlier this year, a new site, was launched by me and a team of 5 other makers at the ArtBytes Hackathon in Baltimore. With the help of 70 makers and their personal 3D printers worldwide,... Read more »

The Joint Math Meeting, a 6,000+ person convention for mathematicians recently held at the Baltimore Convention Center. Here are the highlights. Read more »


At CES, I was able to take a video of the CubeJet, a flexible, full color printer. So far, the other full color 3D printing options are the Mcor Iris and the ZPrinter. Read more »


Bmore3D started as a holiday 3D printing, 3D scanning, 3D modeling popup store in Baltimore. The store came together through a collaboration of Todd Blatt of Custom 3D Stuff, Michael Raphael of Direct Dimensions and ShapeShot, Baltimorean Graham Stewart, and Tinkerine Studio of Vancouver. With all of our expertise and... Read more »


This week at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. there was a happy merging of hundreds of people in the 3D scanning world and museum world. We gathered to see presentations from so many experts in these fields, including folks from Autodesk, 3D Systems, the Smithsonian and many other museums. We... Read more »


The Inside 3D Printing Conference in NYC gave us a clear look at the business side of 3D printing. Usual suspects, like 3D Systems, MakerBot and Stratasys, attended in full force. So did some up-and-comers like FormLabs, ZoomRP, Sculpteo, Mbot, and MakerGear. Shapeways (based in New York) was noticeably absent,... Read more »