Keep yourself up to date with the latest 3D printing news from all over the world.
A researcher at the Eindhoven University of Technology created a lifelike 3D printed baby manikin using MRI scans to improve resuscitation training for medics.
New Story, a housing charity, is creating a 3D printed community for the homeless in Latin America. The residents of the community will be families earning less than $200 per month.
Aleph Objects, the Colorado-based manufacturer of Lulzbot 3D printers, is expanding its business into Europe with new headquarters in the Netherlands.
Zortrax has launched the M300 Dual, a double extrusion 3D printer billed as suitable for industrial-grade applications while still small enough to sit on your desktop.
As if 3D printing carbon-reinforced parts weren't hard enough, Swiss Scheurer GmbH did it big - and they did it on a luxury catamaran.
A Seattle-based cast iron skillet company has launched a Game of Thrones inspired 10-inch skillet dubbed the 'Legend', which boasts a sword handle designed using 3D printing.
The 2019 Met Gala featured 3D printing galore: Five actresses wore dresses designed by Zac Posen, which were brought to life by GE Additive and Protolabs.
A follow up to the well-received Snapmaker 3D printer, the Snapmaker 2 is now live on Kickstarter. An all-in-one 3D printer, laser engraver and CNC carving machine, there are three new versions backable as pre-orders.
The competition challenged teams to design 3D printed habitats for deep space exploration. NASA awarded $700,000 in the final round to the first and second place winners.
Peel 3D, the Candian 3D scanning company, has launched their second affordable 3D scanner. They promise the Peel 2 can captures color "as never before" thanks to three cameras.
Nano Dimension, an Israeli 3D printed electronics company, announced it has created an additively manufactured, fully functional communication device at a faster speed than all other traditionally made devices.
Metal 3D printing is now common in applications that require high strength parts, but checking these parts for faults is still a challenge. A professor from the University of Cincinnati aims to solve this problem by freezing them in ice.
Scientists at Rice University developed a new technique for bioprinting tissues, bringing us one step closer to 3D printed organs.
In a world first, surgeons in South Africa used 3D printing to restore the hearing of a man whose ear was severely damaged in a car crash.
Markforged, the industrial 3D printing company, has launched a flame-retardant plastic 3D printing material for use in aerospace, defense, and automotive industries.
Department of Energy (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers 3D printed a "remarkable" all-liquid device which can carry out multistep chemical reactions on demand.
myReflection is a company set up by a couple in New Zealand which uses 3D printing to create comfortable prosthetic breasts for women who have had a mastectomy.