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Top 10 Countdown: Most Popular 3D Printing Stories in April 2013

Inside 3D Printing Conference Entry

Here are the top 10 most popular stories On 3D Printing brought you in April 2013.

10. Topology Optimization in Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing Conference (Part 5)

9. The Crowd Loves 3D Printing! Kickstarter 3D Printing Summary

8. 3D Printed Phone Cases: UCreate3D Seeks Crowdfunding to Best Nokia

7. 3D Printing’s Apple 1 Moment: 3D Printing Conference (Part 1)

6. 3D Printed Fashion Show at London College of Fashion This Week

5. Sold Out: Play-Doh Kids 3D Printer and iPad App

4. Medical 3D Printing Breakthrough: Man Gets a New 3D Printed Face

3. mUVe 3D Printer Meets Funding Goal on Indiegogo

2. Inside 3D Printing Conference: Day 1 Top Stories

1. Practical 3D Printing: 10 Things to Make With a 3D Printer


Thanks for reading in April!

Top 3D Printing News Last Week: Fashion, Practical, mUVe, Mobot, Pets

3D Printing News

3D Printing News

A roundup of the top 3D printing news from April 8 to April 14:

Monday, April 8

Tuesday, April 9

Wednesday, April 10

Thursday, April 11

Friday, April 12

Sunday, April 14



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mUVe 3D Printer Meets Funding Goal on Indiegogo

mUVe 3D Printer Indiegogo

mUVe 3D Printer Raises Over $12,000 on Indiegogo

The mUVe 3D Printer has raised crowdfunding, once again showing that the crowd loves 3D printing.

The project creator’s name is Dean Piper. He started mUVe 3D in January of 2013 with the idea of releasing and selling parts and kits for an open-source stereolithographic 3D printer. Now his Indiegogo project has met the funding goal of $10,000 with less than 24 hours to go!

Dean says, “I have a true passion for 3D printing and hope to show that to all of you. I have worked with and built 3D printers for over 5 years. This entire project was done on in my spare time while working a full-time job, it doesn’t feel much like work though. 3D printing is truly a wonderful technology and it deserves to be in as many hands as possible. It has become a mission of mine to make it affordable for everyone everywhere.”

Well it looks like Dean’s dreams are about to come true via Indiegogo. Watch his pitch video below.

Below is a time-lapsed video of a Gyroid Cube being printed on the mUVe 1 3D printer. The cube was originally 100mm but to save time it was printed at 80% or 80mm.