Adidas launched its first sneaker with a 3D printed midsole back in 2017. How far have they come and what's next in Adidas 3D printed shoes?
Beautiful and functional product prototypes aren’t just for big-budget design firms anymore. New 3D printing technology puts great-looking prototypes – and quick and cheap design iterations – within reach for practically any professional.
Someday soon, all hospitals may have 3D printing units capable of making patient-specific three-dimensional models and tools essential for diagnosis, treatment, patient education, surgical planning, and in-OR guidance.
Not satisfied with off-the-shelf solutions, Pozzetta Products decided to make its own ESD-safe filament and turn a fleet of Craftbot 3D printers into a production factory.
Affordable, versatile resin 3D printers let research engineers experiment on printed prototypes that look and act more like a final product.
Two innovative Swedish companies – one in jewelry design and one in metal 3D printing – collaborate to push the boundaries of 3D-printed wearable art. Take a look at this Digital Metal case study to learn more.
Delta WASP 3D Printing Case Study: How a Guatemalan architect creates stunningly intricate furniture designs achievable only with a large format 3D printer.
How one automotive parts company invested in 3D printing to solve a tool problem and ended up saving 70% of costs and transforming their operation.