Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
Now on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo is a new campaign launched by Origin Robots called the ORIGIBOT2 which is a telepresence robot that you can move around and pick things up with remotely.
Master's student Elen Parry has developed HeX Earbuds, 3D printed wireless earbuds that have a sleek geometric design and enhance the hearing experience, while also protecting users and preventing further hearing loss.
On this week's 3D printing industry digest: A newly formed manufacturing consortium, Ford investing in advanced manufacturing faciltiy, and Carbon’s new and improved software.
Engineered to smooth 3D prints to the point of being indistinguishable from injection molded parts, the Zortrax Apoller is a smart new device for professional print post-processing. Join us as we review all we know about this spiffy new desktop device.
Ford, the American car maker, is using 3D printing to make improvements in its manufacturing process, specifically in the 2019 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 car model brake line which will now have two 3D printed brackets.
The CERAMBOT is an affordable ceramic 3D printer that is making waves on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. Could this delta-style machine change the way that we design and create sculptures, art, and architectural models?
In a world first reconstruction, a woman from Melbourne, Australia has been fitted with a 3D printed jaw and teeth after her own were removed due to cancer.
Arí van Twillert claims to be the "world's first true 3D fit lingerie specialist". She uses 3D scanning, 20,000 data points, a software engineer and a 3D printed support element to make the most comfortable bra possible.
Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed RePaint, an AI-powered, 3D printing system which can accurately reproduce your favorite oil painting.
Canon, the Japanese company best known for its cameras, has announced that it has developed a ceramic 3D printing technology and material which is "highly-accurate" and capable of producing parts with complex geometries.
Stratasys and Materialise, two well-known 3D printing providers, are bringing together their technologies of PolyJet technology and FDA-cleared Mimics inPrint software to aid production of anatomical models.
MatterHackers has just released MatterControl 2.0, the latest version of its free all-in-one software that allows users to design, organize, slice, and print their 3D models from one platform.
Lenco-MD is the world's first 3D printed, modular record player aims to encourage us to learn about technology and music. Live on Kickstarter, the project has already scooped up a Best Innovation award at IFA Berlin 2018.
TRUMPF, a worldwide provider of machine tools, has announced the introduction of copper and gold 3D printing thanks to green laser technology.
In a new scheme called "Future meets Classic," Mercedes-Benz is using 3D printing to produce genuine replacement parts for a range of classic cars, including a 3D printed inside mirror base and spark plug holder for the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé.
Nano Dimension, the Israeli 3D printed electronics company, made a public offering of American Depositary Shares and submitted an SEC Filing explaining that it hopes to raise funding of $28.8 million to advance technologies and expedite the company's growth.
Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Anycubic released a video containing some information on new printers, one of them being the Anycubic Predator. Here’s what we know so far.