3D printed bones are no longer a thing of the future; they're very real! Read on to learn about 3D printed bone projects in medicine today.
If you're interested in 3D printed robots, check out this list of the latest and greatest projects, many of which you can make yourself!
Despite advances, professional 3D printing may still be the manufacturing industry’s best kept secret, report finds.
Revenues are down at many 3D printer manufacturers worldwide, but optimism about the future of professional 3D printing may be at an all-time high.
Technology is ever expanding, with much to explore. Let's take a trip off the beaten path and into the water on a 3D printed kayak!
Prusa’s new firmware adds comfort features plus a major update to the linear advance algorithm to improve print quality. Plus, there's a status update on the Prusa XL. Read on to learn more.
The leading trade fair for additive manufacturing had high hopes for a live event on Nov. 10 to 13 but, alas, has opted for a virtual-only Formnext Connect.
It's not as crazy as it sounds! Learn about some of the most sucessful 3D printed car projects, including about how long they took to make.
We asked, and boy oh boy did you respond. We've been inundated with the amazing art, props, projects, and parts you've been printing while stuck at home. As promised, here's the gallery of greats. Enjoy!
A 3D printed Death Star in its original size and glory - that’s definitely a 3D printing project of galactic proportions. Franklin Houser has crunched the numbers.
Most furniture isn't produced by 3D printing, but there are great designs out there. Check out some of the coolest 3D printed furniture!
Autodesk is offering customers impacted by Covid-19 free commercial use of its software to help their businesses to transition to remote work.
Ultimaker’s Cura is the world’s most popular open-source 3D slicer, preparing over two million print jobs per week. The latest version of the free slicer has some exciting new features in store - read on to learn more.
The budget 3D printer manufacturer Tevo went dark in 2019. Now the company is back with revamped stock, new announcements ... and references to Greek gods.
With so many of our readers finding more time to use their printers and make all kinds of prints during Covid-19 lockdowns across the world, we want to take a moment to celebrate your creativity.
As countries around the world scramble to manage the coronavirus pandemic, makers and companies at all levels are donating their time and printers to the cause. Here's how you can too.
When it comes to 3D printing, bigger can be better! We've compiled some big 3D prints that will capture your maker imagination. Dive in!