If you ever dreamed about visiting a 3D printed replica of Count Dracula’s Castle in the US, here’s the perfect Kickstarter campaign for you.
One of the most brilliant ideas of “Legend of Zelda” inventor Shigeru Miyamoto is to reuse the Zelda props throughout all the games. Here are the greatest Legend of Zelda Props to 3D print.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new improved “Raspberry Pi Zero W”. It adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability to the Zero – for $10.
You’ve heard from PET, but there’s also PETG filament for 3D printing. But what are the advantages? Let’s take a look at the advantages of PETG 3D printer filament.
3D printer manufacturer Tiko 3D have admitted they are under heavy financial pressure. So what’s happening with the 16.000 Kickstarter backers?
On paper, the specifications of the low-cost “Aether 1” bioprinter are very impressive. Now the company has shipped its first beta unit to a science lab in the UK.
If you want to learn 3D printing, you can’t start early enough. Now here’s a children’s book about a boy and his magical 3D printer. For some days, you can even download it for free.
Fabtotum releases a laser tool head for its multifunctional “Personal Fabricator”. With this tool head, you can engrave materials such cardboard, wood or balsa. Also, you can do you own PCBs.
3D printing is becoming an increasingly important tool for space travel. Now, the first medical supplies were 3D printed in space.
Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner space crew capsules will use more than 600 3D-printed parts. Some of them are even made of plastic.
A simple camera board takes your beloved micro-computer to a whole new level. Here are the best 3D printable Raspberry Pi camera cases. If you’re looking to add a camera model for your micro, you can choose from different makes and models. The original camera has been updated to version 2.0, which gives you a much […]
There are so many great 3D printable designs for Overwatch enthusiasts. This one takes it a bit further by making Mercy’s Staff actually functional.
Action-packed videogame “Earthfall” has an interesting new strategic game element: You’ll have to 3D print your equipment and search for blueprints.
Oil giant BP is studying the impact of 3D printing on their businesses. With its potential of disrupting logistics, it could become a serious threat to the companies.
With 3D printers becoming more affordable, they also can be found at schools. So everything’s A-ok? Not quite. According to a recent study, nine out of ten teachers restrict the access to 3D printers.