Prusa Research announces official brand profiles on

Prusa Research is a 3D printer manufacturer and has shared 3D printable models to their customers, friends, and the community.

These brands include Adafruit. Bohemia Interactive. Cooler Master. Framework Computer. Noctua. Raspberry Pi. Warhorse Studios. World of Warships. Prusa Research. offers 3D models for free. Anyone can download them and print them at their own pace. Some parts can be printed locally and on-demand to save shipping and inventory costs. This makes it easier for brands to support the right-to repair initiative. 

Companies can create accessories and mods in addition to the replacement parts. Customers can personalize their products and increase their uniqueness. Brands can also create fan models for popular movies and games, such as costumes, figures and props.

“We’d like to thank all our partners for releasing their models on Printables and helping us start a shift in the industry. We hope that in a few years, it will be the norm to release 3D printable models to accompany the brand’s products. All these models will add great value to the product and be a big plus for customers. And we expect a community of makers growing around each of the brands with a presence on Printables, with user-made improvements or add-ons,” said Josef Průša, CEO and Founder at Prusa Research.

3D printed detailed model of the USS St. Louis from World of Warships. Image via Prusa Research.
3D printed model of the USS St. Louis, available from World of Warships. Image via Prusa Research. features

Users can download detailed models for the USS St. Louis. World of Warships, Wargaming’s free-to-play naval warfare multiplayer game, will share a detailed model of the World War I cruiser St. Luis. You can print all the parts of the ship without assistance with an Original Prusa MINI+ size printer. Most parts can be assembled without glue. Vlado Turek, a Prusa Research designer, designed the model to show how far FDM can go. The entire ship measures more than 80 cm in length. However, the model can be printed with just two 1kg spools. All guns, cranes anchors, screws, and anchors are mobile. There are more than 70 moving parts.

Cooler Master, a manufacturer of computer hardware, lets users browse replacement parts as well as case mods. Cooler Master plans to increase case customization through the release of 3D-printed replacement parts and accessories. The company says this “move comes as no surprise”, provided that 3D printed mods are regularly used in their annual Cooler Master Case Mod World Series. sponsored the Best Art Direction competition this year.

Framework is now part of the community with its 3D-printed Mainboard Case. Framework notebooks can be upgraded by users who use the rest of their mainboard and 3D printed cases to make a high-performance single board computer. Only one step is required: insert the memory, and then plug in a USB C adapter.

Bohemia Interactive, a Czech game developer, is expected to share 3 models from its games. These models included a  tank from the military sandbox Arma III, the infamous Yellow King from the post-apocalyptic survival game DayZ, and the Gryphon from the playful Ylands. Raspberry Pi is a manufacturer of single-board computers and will join the platform with cases to protect their boards, projects, highlights, and highlight of community creations.

Adafruit is an open-source hardware manufacturer. It has published more than 200 printables that use their products. Noctua users can now download spacers and brackets as well as adapters. Noctua offers 3D printable fan ducts and spacers for its products.

The developers of the popular medieval RPG game Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Warhorse Studios, have released a 3D printable figure of the game’s protagonist, Henry. RPG game fans can print and own a physical version of the game’s main character. It is best printed using an SLA printer. However, it can also printed on any FDM printer with the appropriate scaling.

Furthermore, users can find all printable parts for the Original Prusa printers, as well as parts for the accessories on the company’s official brand profile.

3D printed fan duct by Noctua. Image via Prusa Research.
Noctua 3D printed fanduct Image via Prusa Research.

“Right to Repair” and production of spare parts using 3D printing

As a result of the European Parliament’s Right to Repair legislation, companies that sell consumer electronic goods in the European Union (EU) have been required to ensure that they can be repaired for up to a decade since 2021. 3D Printing Industry sought the opinions of EOS and Spare Parts 3D as well as Ricoh 3D, DiManEx and Ricoh 3D. They discussed how 3D printing spare parts could be used to help appliance manufacturers meet their legislative requirements and reduce physical inventories that can lead to high costs.

Furthermore, Replique, a company founded by BASF‘s business incubator Chemovator, teamed up with German home appliance manufacturer Miele to develop and ship 3D printed accessories through its decentralized production network. Replique and Miele’s partnership announcement was timely, given the EU legislation granting consumers the “Right to Repair” on the goods they purchase.

Royal Dutch Shell previously used 3D printing for tooling and design prototyping, but then switched to additively producing spare parts. The company 3D prints spare parts in difficult-to-reach areas, including offshore platforms that use metal Powder Bed Fusion (PBF).

Kimya, an additive manufacturing materials arm at technology company ARMOR offered 3D printing services to the railway industry. Kimya was contacted by an unidentified railway supplier to 3D print a small number of protective cover components that were developed in 1982 with the Kimya Factory Manufacturing service. The mold used for the cover was no longer available so the spare parts needed to be designed from scratch before production could begin. The team was able to provide the 3D printed protective covers with cost reductions and shorter lead times by employing a PEKK filament developed in-house at the company’s R&D center, Kimya Lab.

3D printing platforms

Sigma Additive Solutions is a developer and distributor of quality assurance software for 3D printing. It recently revealed that it joined the EOS Developer Network, which was established in part by EOS (a leading 3D printer manufacturer). Sigma is able to offer software and analytics apps that are built using EOS application programming interfaces. EDN partner programs streamline services and tools. Sigma can now offer software and analytics applications that are built on EOS application programming interfaces (APIs).

Materialise, the global leader in 3D printer software and services, announced seven technology partners to its CO-AM platform. These solutions enable the automation of design, preprinting, printing and post-processing as well as traceability for 3D-printed parts. CO-AM has now integrated Materialise Magics as a workflow automation feature.

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