3D Printing Pals: An Interview with Alice Gentili

Alice Gentili is a Visual Art Educator and Department Chair in the Mendon-Upton Regional School District, where she is entering her twentieth year. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Massachusetts College of Art, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in … Read More

3D Printing Pals: An Interview with @HenrikSozzi

Henrik Sozzi is a .net developer. As an associate owner of Poliware S.r.l. in his hometown, Italy, he has the opportunity to develop and work on industrial hardware. In his free time, after his daughters go to sleep, he enjoys … Read More

3D Printing Pals: An Interview with Jared Mader

Jared is the Director of Educational Technology meaning he is in charge of all infrastructure and instructional technology integration across the Interim Unit of Central Pennsylvania. This includes 25 schools and 2 career centers serving 100,000 students and 10,000 teachers. … Read More

Tips & Tricks: There’s No Such Thing As A Bad MOD-t Question!

There’s no such thing as a bad question, especially when it comes to 3D printing. The MOD-t is a unique machine and 3D printing is a fresh technology. Sometimes, you might have MOD-t questions that aren’t worth a Customer Support call or … Read More

Tips & Tricks: Make the Most of Your Filament

As we mentioned in our Build Plate Maintenance post, the MOD-t uses PLA – a plant-based, non-toxic filament. PLA behaves like many other plastics: it’s flexible, but it can still break. Plastics are complicated and can be unpredictable from time to … Read More