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MJP (Multi-Jet Printing)

MultiJet Printing (MJP) is a technology that builds objects layer by layer in a process known as additive manufacturing. These 3D printers use piezo

Micro Batteries

Micro batteries are smaller than a grain of sand, yet are comparable to your cell phone battery and other commercial batteries. Jennifer Lewis

Mesh Repair for 3D Printing

The mesh of a 3D model is made up of the vertices, edges and faces that describe the shape of the object. Having a mesh with no holes, also known as

Mecube App

The Mecube app is a free app created by Mecube LLC for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad. It allows users to create 3D designs and order prints

Mcor Technologies Ltd

Mcor Technologies Ltd is a 3D printing company based in Dunleer, Ireland. Mcor printers use Selective Deposition Lamination (SDL) technology and have

Materialise NV

Materialise is a 3D printing company located in Leuven, Belgium that specializes in rapid prototyping for engineering, medical, and automotive

Masters, Bill

Bill Masters is an inventor from Greenville, South Carolina who holds the patents to the first 3D printers. Masters' concept was based on the "

Marlin Firmware

Marlin is firmware for the RepRap 3D printer. More information can be found on the RepRap Wiki at: http://reprap.org/wiki/Marlin.

Makrz App

The Makrz app is a free app created by Printrbot Inc. for the iPhone and the iPad. Makrz allows users to browse 3d models and 2D drawings. Users can

Makies Doll Factory App

Makies Doll Factory App, by MakieLab, is a free app that allows you to design your own doll. You can choose eye, hair, skin tone and clothes.

MakerPicks

MakerPicks is a pinboard-style website that allows designers to upload and share their 3D models. These designs are for view-only and are not

MakerBot 3D Printer

MakerBot 3D printers use Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology. The MakerBot uses ABS or PLA plastic filament, which extrudes through a heated