Three 3D printers from Hans Fouche are producing a staggering amount of face shields.
Even with a helmet and pads, would you ride around on a skateboard that has been 3d printed?
Keep Jimi Hendrix away from this guitar – burning plastic is toxic.
Fouche 3D Printing is back with another full-size, functional 3D print. This time, it’s a guitar.
If you didn’t believe a 3D print could lift a car the last time we showed you, we now have proof.
Fouche 3D Printing pushes the boundaries of what can be done with plastic 3D prints.
It’s not quite the biggest 3D printer in the world, but it might be the fastest.
First Hans Fouche and his colleague Kobus Van der Walt brought a broken lawn mower back to life. Next? Upcycling the humble vacuum cleaner.
3D printed chocolate pioneer builds a working lawnmower for less than R200 on giant home-built printer.
Is this the world’s largest RepRap machine?