Want to get some unique texture on your 3D prints? Learn more about the ins and outs of velocity painting to make some truly unique objects.
Scientists discovered that the human bone structure might be the key to stronger 3D printed materials.
Researchers on the ISS bioprinted bone tissue using 3D Bioprinting Solutions bioprinter.
ETH Zurich researchers used a 3D printing process to produce complex glass objects.
From plastic pollution to energy-efficient lighting accessories: Plumen and Batch.works have united forces to bring this lampshade collection made from recycled plastic.
The Smithsonian starts digitizing the most important pieces of its 150 million exhibits. You can now start 3D printing them for free.
A research team has discovered a method for turning nearly any object into a data storage unit.
Dagoma launches a new 3D model repository dedicated to spare parts for classic toys.
Archaeologists are embracing 3D printing and scanning as innovative ways to both preserve and display the past. Check out this guide on how these technologies are bringing the past to life.
E3D’s latest extruder, the Hermes, apparently fell foul of “an international company of the same name," prompting a last-minute rechristening.
Can sustainability play a part in building a luxury resort? The Kisawa Sanctuary Resort in Mozambique utilizes materials like sand and seawater as base materials for 3D printing.
Producing a functional 3D printed kidney may not yet be a reality, but there are a number of promising projects. Read on as we cover some of the latest advancements in 3D printed kidney projects.
A partnership between Markforged and MSC lets users access the Finite Element Analysis simulation software.
Students of Rice University have 3D printed ultra-hard objects from normal plastic materials. The results are lightweight, load-bearing... and even bulletproof.
AMT’s Digital Manufacturing System automates the steps of the Additive Manufacturing process to safely reduce cost and increase consistency.
BASF, the world’s largest chemical producer, is buying Sculpteo, the French online 3D printing service. For its clients, it will most likely result in more professional material options.
Not only is PEEK a difficult material to print, it’s also quite expensive. Italian manufacturer WASP wants to change that by printing with PEEK pellets that cost just a tenth of the price.