• Why Technology/Design Crowdfunding Projects are Extra Risky

    Posted in From the CEO, Crowdfunding on May 15, 2017

    In an effort to claim first to market awareness in the fast-paced field of technology, creators may be launching increasingly risky projects - unknowingly. In this blog post, M3D's CEO Michael Armani explains why technology and design crowdfunding projects are more risky than others.

  • What’s the Difference Between PLA, ABS, and Nylon?

    Posted in Helpful, From the CEO on Apr 27, 2017

    There are several variations of filament (3D Ink) on the market, each with its own unique properties. This guide is meant to break down the different types of filaments available today, outlining their defining characteristics to help users of 3D printers identify the right filament for the job.

  • M3D's CEO Michael Armani on the Future of 3D Printing

    Posted in From the CEO on Mar 27, 2017

    This article is focused on the 3D printing industry and its anticipated trends going forward, as discussed by M3D's CEO Michael Armani. Michael compares 3D printers to monochrome 8-bit computers in terms of technological development, describes 3D printers of the future, and projects M3D's expansion into new fields.

  • $199 Backer Rescue

    Posted in News & Announcements, From the CEO on Feb 23, 2017

    We are inviting backers that never got a reward from another creator to join the 3D printing community with a special offer.

  • M3D's CEO Michael Armani on 3D Printing for Small Business

    Posted in News & Announcements, From the CEO on Aug 01, 2016

    This article is focused on businesses and their leverage of 3D printers. M3D's CEO Michael Armani explains why he believes that small businesses are better poised to leverage 3D printers and how 3D printing could help a business stand apart from its competition. Michael also addresses his customers' success stories, including those utilizing 3D printing for business in prototyping and design work, as well as for customization and unique product offerings. I think this is a great topic. 3D printing was once an expensive and experimental technology, but its use has developed tremendously in the...