Researchers in Germany have created a "Protopiper"; a handy prototyping device that turns tubes of tape into sturdy 3D structures.
The Voltera V-One, a custom circuit board printer, has been declared the international winner of the James Dyson Award for 2015.
By turning used plastic into sunglasses, phone cases and toys, 3D printing is being used to encourage children to go to school.
The South Korean military is now adopting metal 3D printing to manufacture parts for the Air Force and the Army.
Cool idea: The board game "Fabulous Beasts" plays like Jenga backwards. It‘s made possible with electronics some clever use of 3D printing.
Researchers at Purdue University develop RevoMaker, a new system to create 3D prints with fully enclosed electronic and motorized components.
3D printing is now helping to document shipwrecks and make sure we don’t lose out on important pieces of history forever.
A Thingiverse design, created by PrintThatThing, is a suit of armor specifically created for Bobo the cat. Cats, don’t try this at home.
Author Douglas Coupland has partnered with La Maison Simons in Canada to create a collaborative crowdsourced art project called 3DCanada.
The municipality of Dubai plans to erect 3D printed Smart Palm trees around the city, designed to collect solar power and freak out tourists.
In 2016, parcels are to be delivered in a futuristic style by the Australian Post. Also, they will offer 3D printing services.
This isn't your grandmother's hobby. Startup Unmade Studio drags knitting into the modern age, taking their cue from additive manufacturing.
Visual effects company Corbel 3D scans and 3D prints the largest mountain in the Canadian Rockies, and is featured on the Discovery Channel.
MakerBot Thingiverse reached a landmark last week with one million uploads and two hundred million downloads on its platform.
Bored of making smooth printed objects? There's now a solution: 3D printed hair allows you to coif your creations with dramatic new styles.
A Kickstarter campaign brings you the Scandy Sphere which captures your world in 360 degrees in a full colour, 3D printed sphere.