After announcing it back in 2015, the Polish company Zortrax is ready to bring the Inventure 3D printer to the market.
During Euroanaesthesia 2017 conference, experts said astronauts should receive extra training to fabricate their own medical equipment.
Automotive corporation, Daimler, is using 3D printing to cut the time and cost of creating replacement parts in buses and touring coaches.
Formlabs launches the Fuse 1 selective laser sintering 3D printer, and the Form Cell, an automated production solution for the Form 2.
Sports equipment company, Riddell, is using 3D scanning to offer safer helmets to NFL players which will be in use during the 2017 season.
After launching in January, GE Additive's Additive Education Program will deliver hundreds of 3D printers to schools the world over.
Engineers at UC San Diego use soft robotics and 3D printing to make gloves that provide tactile feedback in virtual reality environments.
Netherlands-based concrete 3D printing firm CyBe completes the latest step in the city of Dubai's path to a 3D printed future.
British expat receives the first fully 3D printed prosthetic leg in the UAE, an innovation that will reduce cost of conventional prosthesis.
As 3D printing becomes more accessible in the classroom, it allows educators to implement more engaging approaches to bilingual learning.
NASA is 3D printing radiation shields on the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, an experimental habitat on the International Space Station.
Coming soon to Kickstarter, the new Blackbelt 3D printer aims to offer a monstrous build volume and support-free prints.
The robotics team at Carl Hayden High School -- otherwise known as Falcon Robotics -- are using 3D printing to make super awesome robot subs.
ESA launches an Additive Manufacturing Benchmarking Centre in the UK, a "one-stop shop" to explore 3D printing projects for space missions.
We talk to Open Bionics co-founder Samantha Payne about 3D printed prosthetics, turning kids into superheroes, and the value of open source.
Researchers at MIT engineer 3D printed pasta sheets that transform into 3D shapes when dunked in water; could save food shipping costs.
A student named Paul Kohlhaussen reverse engineered three different expensive film cameras to create a fully functioning 3D printed camera.