Just how secure are 3D printed keys? Read on to learn more about these innovative systems, their practicalities, and their limitations.
A Swiss chocolate manufacturer is offering chefs the ability to turn their confectionery visions into 3D printed chocolate realities.
3-axis 3D printing is great, but imagine what could you do with a 5-axis 3D printer! Join us as we explore the possibilities!
The exhibition will be held in July after it was postponed in February due to coronavirus concerns.
Copper3D unveiled an antimicrobial device to curb the risk of HIV infection via breastfeeding.
Got an old Android smartphone, a 3D printer, and an Arduino? Here’s an interesting DIY project for building a minimalistic 3D scanner.
Scientists 3D printed a bracelet that jams microphones on smart speakers like Alexa and Siri with ultrasonic signals to stop them from listening in on conversations
3Doodler addresses a new target group with a new concept. In 3D Build & Play, the company merges picturebooks and storytelling with a 3D pen.
3D printed meat offers many possibilities, but feel and flavor remain issues. Read on for a look at the latest 3D printed meat projects.
In 2020, 3D printed shoes are standing on firm ground. Learn how greatly 3D printing has impacted the footwear industry.
If waiting around for a print to complete isn't your cup of tea, this discovery will warm you right up.
Markforged is now offering 3D printable copper, which can be used with its Metal X system, to bring on-demand copper part production in-house and reducing lead time to a few days.
3D printing recycled plastic reduces waste and saves money. Read on to learn how to 3D print recycled plastic today!
Boston Micro Fabrication launched a microscale 3D printer called microArch, which is capable of printing with a 2µ resolution.
Properly designed, a 3D printed rocket boasts efficiency and affordability. Discover the latest advancements in 3D printed rockets!
This handheld 3D printer deposits layers of skin tissue, and could one day help to heal deep wounds. Instead of waiting for skin patches to grow in a Petri dish, you apply it directly.
Avid Ikea shoppers know Frekvens, a new speaker and light series. Their design company, Teenage Engineering, now lets you 3D print interesting add-ons.