Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
Aleph Objects, the manufacturer of the popular LulzBot 3D printers, added a second certified open source filament to its range. Their PETg filament by IC3D is now available on the Aleph Objects website.
A few months after shuttering the doors of Printrbot, founder Brook Drumm has announced his entrance into the world of 3D printing content on his new Patreon page.
MIT's Mediated Matter Group has taken inspiration from insects and developed small construction robots called Fiberbots which work together to create large structures using fiberglass.
Energica Motor Company, the Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer, and CRP Technology, the 3D Printing company, worked together on 2019 Ego Corsa race bikes for the upcoming FIM Enel MotoE World Cup.
The NewPalmyra project is an effort to reconstruct the ancient city of Palmyra, Syria using modern technologies. The project has now launched Palmyraverse, an online space to view the resulting monuments.
3D Printhuset, the Danish 3D printing supplier, has announced that it has created a new construction printing company called COBOD International. With this news, the company also launched drone footage of the BOD, its first 3D printed building.
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Japanese creator Human Controller has built a self-solving Rubik's Cube to the dimensions of the original toy using 3D printing, an Arduino and servo motors.
The magical multitool machine gets upgraded with the ZMorph VX. Review the facts on this 3-in-1 3D printer, CNC mill, and laser-engraver.
Nam Le, a student from California Polytechnic State University, reverse engineered a Nintendo 64 joystick system from scratch using upcycled controllers. His redesign is sturdier, more durable and longer-lasting than current joysticks.
For this year's Oktoberfest, GE Additive’s Customer Experience Center in Munich wondered what would happen if you combined the annual festival with stainless steel and titanium 3D printing? The result is a pretty cool German beer stein and a happy boss.
Eindhoven-based Studio Plott showcased their Open Rugs at last week's London Design Festival. No need to worry if you missed it -- the studio will launch six brand new patterns at next month's Dutch Design Week.
This week at TCT Show, Ultimaker is launching a new third-party material solution that consists of industrial material profiles and the new CC Red 0.6 print core.
Thought3D, the Malta-based chemical and materials startup, is releasing new specialty mixes of its 3D printing adhesive Magigoo. Each product is specially engineered to handle advanced materials, such as Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, and Nylon.
Researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have developed a means to detect in real time whether a metal 3D printed part will be of good quality. Using machine learning algorithms (called convolutional neural networks) and a live video feed the team can spot defects in a piece as it's printing.
Evolve Additive Solutions, a spin-off company from Stratasys, has announced the completion of an equity investment of $19 million led by LEGO Brand Group.
WASP, the Italian 3D printer manufacturer, has finished developing its 3D printer which can print on an architectural scale. They call it the "Infinity 3D printer" and it'll be presented next month in Massa Lombarda.