The Snapmaker 3D Printer is live on Kickstarter. ALL3DP exclusively interviews founder Daniel Chen on the project’s background and future.
A team of researchers in the Netherlands has had a paper published, detailing an exciting new method to effectively 3D print bacteria.
At the Sony PlayStation Campus in California, Gary Barth uses stereolithography 3D printing to bring video game characters and items to life.
Formlabs announces two new biocompatible resins and a partnership with 3Shape. Both could simplify 3D printing for dentists everywhere.
Meet PERK, a caffeine-fiend’s dream. Designed by Jakub Svec, this Third Wave capable coffee machine has just gone live on Kickstarter.
3D Printing camera modder Camerhack has just released an adapter to fit 35mm film into Kodak’s iconic 126 film Instamatic camera.
Discovered in 18th-century Italy — and entertaining historians ever since — the pork clock sundial works once again thanks to 3D printing.
Israeli-based 3D printing technology company Micron3DP has taken its first steps to normalizing the printing of glass with 100-micron prints.
Tongue firmly in cheek, Ukrainian tech startup PassivDom sets its sights on changing the world with affordable, off-the-grid housing.
Set Lasers To Fun
Snapmaker Kickstarter Project Teases 3D Printer, Laser Etcher and CNC Milling All-In-One
Say hello to Snapmaker – a three-in-one, all-metal workshop productivity machine heading to Kickstarter for under $200? What’s the catch?
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has showcased the potential of large scale 3D printing with this fully functional excavator build.
Advancing “lab-on-a-chip” microfluidics devices, Cardiff University researchers open their designs up to rapidly prototype new developments.
Heart to Heart
Stratasys 3D Printers to Support Nonprofit OpHeart Clinical Study on Pediatric Heart Surgery
A study is to be conducted examining the impact of 3D printing models of patient’s hearts for pre-op pediatric heart surgery planning.
Coming to your body soon? Using proprietary 3D printing machines and a DLP process, researchers have fabricated functional blood vessels.
Researchers from MIT may have just paved the way for using cellulose – the world’s most abundantly available natural polymer – in 3D printing.
At MADE Expo, keep an eye out for Politecnico di Milano’s ACTLAB’s Trabeculae Pavilion. Inspired by nature, made possible with 3D printing.