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Forging a new path for more accessible metal 3D printing, Desktop Metal has been granted patents for its Separable Supports technology. Designed to make metal 3D printing more accessible and safer, the tech means multi-material metal printing and hand-removable supports.
The e-commerce retailer has finally secured a patent for an idea it started back in 2014. Amazon wants to 3D print products as a service, shipping or holding them for local pickup.
Customized laser 3D printed coasters are a thing now. Design your own with The Coaster Toasty to liven up your parties at home.
Researchers from Purdue University have developed an inkjet-inspired 3D printing technique that offers a more precise and safer way to deposit energetic materials.
Italian researchers have developed 3D bio-hybrid microfluidic models to screen for drugs and assess toxicity of nanoparticles crossing the blood-brain barrier.
Scientists have developed an easy and affordable way to print biological environments without losing their chemical complexities.
A team of Dutch designers are creating bioplastics and biopolymers made from organic aquatic plant material.
The Into the Underworld exhibition examines Auckland’s previously unexplored caves through 3D printed models of digital images.
The X-plorer engine is the first of its kind: A working 3D printed jet engine. It consists of more than 260 3D printed parts.
Research team in France collaborating with archaeologists to use a Robotic Blimp to explore a mysterious new chamber in the Giza pyramids.
US package delivery company UPS is teaming up with enterprise software company SAP to branch out into a spare parts 3D printing business.
Researchers from the University of Delaware have developed a 3D printed smart window that could help cool the masses.
The snow globe is easy to make and a perfect Christmas ornament or present. Check out this build that uses a Nutella jar.
The McLaren Formula One team now uses a Stratasys uPrint SE Plus 3D printer on the track for last-minute adjustments.
Swedish-headquartered Additive Manufacturing company Arcam announces the departure of both its CEO and CFO.