Do you have hundreds of ideas of how to improve your Parrot drone, but no one ever listens to you? Check out this new competition from MyMiniFactory.
If you've always been frustrated when it comes to solving a Rubik's Cube, there is now a robot which can fix this problem in under two seconds!
The start-up company, Addibots, has brought out a 3D printing robot which will be able to zoom around a city, mending uneven road surfaces.
Graduating from hobbyist to entrepreneur, Vicky Somma uses Simplify3D and her MakerGear M2 to create and sell beautiful 3D printed aviary designs.
A huge hit with fans of cosplay and comics books, the Zortrax Super Hero Mask draws big crowds at trade shows. Now you can 3D print your own for free.
There are dog lovers, and then there's Eric Ho, founder of Raw Legend Collaborations. His Shapeways store features Corgi dogs in "Thorgi" costume, and more.
What's on the menu today? How about food entirely produced on a 3D printer? SCOFF3D is a Kickstarter campaign to bring 3D printed food to the mainstream.
Expectant parents in 2016 aren't satisfied with framing a ultrasound photo of their unborn baby. The new trend is a 3D printed foetus for the mantelpiece.
Thinking of backing the 3D Printed BASE by Wiivv insoles on Kickstarter? Read through these FAQs before you make a pledge.
The European Space Agency announces partnership with BEEVeryCreative on the MELT project, developing additive manufacturing technology for use in space.
For the Dutch presidency of the EU, the Europe Building has an eyecatching facade of 3D printed bioplastic panels (fully recyclable, of course).
3D printing used for surgical support may not yet be perfect, sometimes other methods of technology are needed as a contingency - such as Google Cardboard.
3D printed prosthetics don't just help out humans. Here is a list of animals who have been aided by 3d printed prostheses, too!
Using a smartphone app, a bionics company offers customers personalized comfort with 3D printed Base by Wiivv insoles, now crowdfunding on Kickstarter.
Planetary Resources have been working in collaboration with 3D Systems and have managed to develop the first ever direct metal print from asteroid metals!
Looking for an outfit which wouldn't look amiss on Star Trek? 3D modeler Aiman Akhtar has just the thing, a 3D printed costume with fiber optic lights.