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Prepare for an evening of fun with the family. This 3D printed minions toy proves there’s safety in numbers. Print your own army of Minions!
This 3D printed Minions chess set is a winner in our books. Print your own movie memorabilia, and become a chess grandmaster in the process.
In the wake of the Terminator Genisys movie, 3D printed terminator items are becoming popular. Here are the most interesting ones.
NASA is conducting experiments with 3D printers, revolutionising space travel and supporting the food and habitat needs of their astronauts.
New to the world of 3D printing? Never fear! This article serves up some practical advice regarding the "bread and butter" PLA/ABS filament.
BioBots’ 3D printer uses special ink, biomaterials and living cells in order to build 3D living tissue and human limbs and organs.
Disney and researchers from Cornell and CMU combined a 3D printer and a laser cutter to 3D print soft, snuggly toys.
3D printers such as the Makerbot Mini are available at retail stores such as Amazon, Staples and Home Depot.
Yes, there is an ISSpresso machine on the ISS. But how to drink when there is no gravity? NASA used a 3D printer to create special cups.
3D printing becomes increasingly important in the fashion world. So, how about that luxurious 3D printed gown for $3000?
Two-year-old toddler Violet was born with a rare deformity. Her plastic surgeon used 3D printing to help her.
What do Turboroo, Buttercup and Cleopatra have in common? These pets all have 3D printed prosthetics, which help them lead a better life.
Nothing in the world is cooler than a personalized PEZ dispenser. Indonesian 3D selfie company SugaCube makes this fans dream possible.
This 3D printed Hand Pump Drill works without electricity: just "pump" to drill a hole through wood or even aluminum sheet metal.
PancakeBot is a Kickstarter funded project building 3D printers that bake pancakes in the shape of a drawing, a logo - or whatever image you create in the software coming with the printer.
This thing looks like it was designed by the late Mr. Giger or the prop department of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It looks alien and otherworldly, but it actually serves a purpose: It’s a piezoelectric violin.