Narée Asherian is a member of All3DP’s Content Academy and contributing writer for All3DP.com.
3D printing is a process capable of producing custom, detailed models; thus creating life-like dolls is a great application. Let's see what 3D printing has to offer in the world of miniature people-making.
Over the years, the mediums available to create art have expanded. Now, with 3D printing technology, the options are seemingly limitless.
With the rise of culinary 3D printers, most of our favorite foods are printable. The steaks - or rather, the stakes - are high as the 3D printing industry races to perfect printed meat.
Get ready for your mouth to water, because 3D printed candy is coming to a sweet shop near you.
3D printed food isn't limited to basic sustenance. Discover the world of 3D printed cakes, which could well serve to be the future of fancy pastries.
From the Hydrators found in Back To The Future II to the replicators from Star Trek, pop culture is chock-full of futuristic ways to produce food with minimal effort and maximum flavor -- notably, pizza. With 3D printing technology, we have the ability to make movie magic into a reality.
One workbench can’t possibly cater to the needs of every individual. Different features, prices, and sizes can be a determining factor when choosing your workbench. Here are a few options to help you determine the kind that works best for you.