Becky Stern shows you how to make some fun little light-up flowers on a 3D printer.Continue Reading
Geoff Shorts assumed TinkerCad would be a pointless step-down from Fusion, but was pleasantly surprised by the results he got.Continue Reading
Design and print your own custom gaming bases while learning Tinkercad.Continue Reading
Tinkercad, a computer-assisted design program, got a little more powerful today with the announcement of new features.Continue Reading
Autodesk announced today they’ve signed a deal to acquire Tinkercad and revive the popular web-based 3D design tool and its growing community of makers and educators.Continue Reading
Creators of Tinkercad announced earlier this week that they would no longer be developing the popular cloud-based CAD tool. We’re fans of Tinkercad here at Make, having written about and praised it on the blog and in our Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing, so this is sad news. The free version is still available to use between now and the end of April, and paying customers will have access until the end of 2013.
Here are a few other free alternatives to TinkerCAD, starting with what I think is the most beginner-friendly and ending with the least beginner-friendly.Continue Reading
Tinkercad, an extremely popular web-based 3D modeling tool, announced it will discontinue development and shut down. The company will shift its energies into a new 3D modeling environment and hardware service called Airstone.Continue Reading