The 3D printing marketplace Cults3D is offering free 3D models of all five presidential candidates in the upcoming French election.
MIT researchers have developed a 3D printed “robot skin” device that mimics the color-changing capabilities of the remarkable goldbug beetle.
FlashForge has unveiled the Inventor 3D printer line. It includes the Inventor, a desktop printer geared towards educational use.
3D Systems has unveiled their first scalable, fully-integrated additive manufacturing platform. The system is capable of producing mass customized and end-use parts.
Syqe Medical, the creator of the 3D printed medical cannabis inhaler, just received Nano Dimension’s Dragonfly 2020 electronics 3D printer.
The Madrid tech company BQ has announced their Android-powered 3D printer, which they plan to release later this year.
V-Moda has unveiled Remix, their first hybrid Bluetooth speaker and headphones amplifier. Using 3D printing technology, the Remix is also completely customizable.
The global tech giant Siemens has used 3D printing to create the first operational nuclear power plant part. They’ve also optimized gas turbines with 3D printed blades.
Print the Future has opened a 3D printed furniture pop-up shop in Manhattan. They plan to offer customers customized home furnishings created within 24 hours.
The new Smooth Variable Layer Height feature for Slic3r Prusa Edition improves surface quality while maintaining print speed.
This is 19-year-old Broc Brown, formerly the world’s tallest teen; he’s the lucky recipient of a pair of 3D printed size 28 shoes from Feetz.
Engineers from the defense company Lockheed Martin are using MakerBot 3D printing to develop new designs for SPIDER imaging technology.
New Materials, New Possibilities
Stratasys Expands Rapid Prototyping Capabilities With Two New Materials
Stratasys has launched two new materials, their flexible PolyJet material Agilus30 and carbon-filled FDM Nylon 12CF.