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!
Travis Kalanick, the co-founder of Uber, is among the backers of a new hotel start-up aimed at creating a “Club Med for Millennials.”
The LittleArm V3 is the third generation Arduino 3D printed robot arm. A great kit for teaching STEM and programming.
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.
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.
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.