In an aggressive new strategy to gain market share, 3D Systems slashes tens of thousands of dollars from one of its SLS 3D printing systems.
With a brand new facility and huge credit line to its name, Aleph Objects is a picture of health for the desktop 3D printing industry.
Youtuber Make Anything shows us VR and 3D printing can play nice with this cool video walk-through of creating a mammoth skeleton.
Aviation giant enlists Norsk Titanium to make structural parts for 787 Dreamliner aircraft, potentially saving millions in production costs.
Former Proto Labs Exec and president of Concept Laser team up to improve a classic wartime fighter plane with metal additive manufacturing.
Highlighting the need for change in today’s food supply chain, the Food by Design exhibition showcases new tech to help us eat better.
Aiming to make its debut bike personal, Italian Volt 3D prints parts of its Lacama electric motocycle to change its shape and characteristics.
Israeli 3D printing company Nano Dimension has filed a patent application for 3D inkjet printing of multi-layered bioartificial structures.
Power tool producer Stanley Black & Decker is jumping into the desktop 3D printing game with the release of the Stanley Model 1 3D printer.
For his Automaton music video, Jamiroquai frontman wears illuminated 3D printed headgear crafted by London-based designer Moritz Waldemeyer.
Proving 3D printing chocolate can be a desktop thing, Structur3D releases video demoing chocolate extrusion, and an Ultimaker printer bundle.
Furthering additive manufacturing in design & parts production, Airbus integrates 3D printed pieces in the design of its new A330neo jet.
Bringing powerful design tools to your fingertips, MakeVR has just launched for the HTC Vive. Best of all, you can 3D print your designs.
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.