#3DPrintingOnYouTube from Community Makers

Angus Deveson from Maker’s Muse started a new trending hashtag on YouTube, #3DPrintingOnYouTube where a maker will answer six questions about 3D printing and themselves. At the end of the video, the maker nominates three other maker’s to do the same.

We think is really interesting because it brings content creators who are passionate about #3DPrinting together. Since Angus’ original video, eight videos have been published (from the time of this posting) and we think it’s spreading like wild fire. It’s also great to hear different perspectives and discover new YouTuber’s who you might not be subscribed too yet.

We’ll continue to share new #3DPrintingOnYouTube videos as maker’s release them, and post them up here on the Adafruit blog.

Here’s a list of this weeks YouTube channels you should subscribe too:

There’s also a playlist we put together on our personal YouTube channel where you can watch them all, or you can simply search for #3DPrintingOnYouTube on, well, YouTube :-).

Big thanks to all the makers who are contributing to the hashtag trend and sharing their experiences and insights, it’s really fun!

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