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Researchers have produced a special type of ink made from living bacteria which can be used for 3D printing applications.
Using a BCN3D Sigma 3D printer, BORN Motor Co. makes motorcycle customization affordable with custom 3D printed parts.
GE Additive Digital industrial company announced that it has acquired GeonX, a firm that specializes in virtual manufacturing and simulation software.
This 3D printed bicycle helmet, made on an HP Multijet Fusion 3D printer, is robust enough to withstand serious impact.
3D printing has just been given a speed boost: MIT researchers have developed a 3D printer that is 10 times faster than most consumer models.
Footwear designer Iguaneye is soon to launch a new range of ultra-minimalist sandals, 3D printed and customisable.
A partnership incorporates 3D bioprinting and 3D disease models to determine novel treatments for liver disease.
With the help of VR, the Dolphin Swim Club is making the therapeutic experience of swimming with dolphins more accessible to everyone.
Italian designer Alessandro Zambelli launches an 'out-of-this-world' collection of surreal 3D printed home accessories.
The design duo Hint Lab are creating unique and customizable jewelry designs using 3D printing and LEGO bricks.
The new additive copper from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is a heat-stable material that is perfect for thermal management applications.
Metamason has created a customized 3D printed face mask for sleep apnea sufferers that's finally comfortable enough to wear.
After 3D printing a prosthetic arm for his son Sol, Ben Ryan decided to help others families by launching the Ambionics service.
From metal 3D printing to bespoke 3D printed eyewear. Find out more about this year’s nominees for the Forbes "30 Under 30" list.
Iterate Design + Innovation will use £1 million Innovate UK Grant to develop a 3D printing solution combining conductive inks with polymers.
Researchers from TU Delft have developed self-folding origami-style 3D structures using sequential shape shifting mechanisms.