The Asiamold & SIAF Guangzhou 2020 trade shows are postponed until further notice due to concerns around coronavirus.
It’s a commonly held belief that PLA is easily biodegradable – which it is, except only under particular conditions not found in your typical landfill. So what of the myriad of Benchies? UK researchers may have a solution.
MakerBot announced its latest venture in education with its Sketch Classroom, an ecosystem designed to help teachers and students get the most out of 3D printing.
3D printing drugs may be more difficult than expected, as they may react with the photopolymers, as British researchers found out.
Researchers at the University of Toronto Scarborough transformed used cooking oil from deep fryers at McDonald's into a biodegradable resin.
Creality to expand its printers' upgradability with genuine E3D components.
Additive Composite Uppsala AB and Add:North team up to release Addbor N25, a high-tech filament for 3D printing that absorbs neutrons.
Called the Yoyo, the new car promises limitless customizability in a compact European city-car form.
A team of UK researchers has recreated the vocal tract of a 3,000-year-old mummy, producing a vowel-like sound comparable to that of modern-day people.
In the interest of health and safety, VNU Rapid News Ltd, the organizer of TCT Asia, has announced that February’s show is postponed until further notice.
3D printed guns - or ghost guns - have pitted pro-gun groups like Defense Distributed against gun safety advocates. This is the second time the Trump administration is being sued by states over 3D printed guns.
Defense Distributed tried to reopen a lawsuit it began and later settled with the State Department. This attempt was rejected in the US court of appeals.
In an effort to help koalas affected by fires in Australia, they've been 3D printing mini koalas on their Ender 3 and giving them to anyone who donates at least $5 to the Adelaide Koala Rescue.
The website that brings users custom 3D printed tabletop miniatures and statuettes launched a Kickstarter campaign to offer full-color figures using - you guessed it - 3D printing.
A police department in the United States is using a Faro 3D scanner to capture crime scenes and share it in courtrooms.
Similar to the way the World Wide Web democratized news, education, and entertainment, 3D printing has the potential to democratize the manufacturing of certain goods.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have 3D printed a microscale version of Michelangelo’s David using a special 3D printing technique.