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In the wake of the Thingiverse "Sad Face" controversy, ALL3DP spoke to Michael Weinberg, a leading authority on 3D printing and copyright law.
Newcomer 3dprintmaterials.guru wants to offer better test results for 3D printing filament. They do this by crowdsourcing reviews to dedicated and independent filament testers.
eBayer just3dprint has taken over 2,000 files from Thingiverse and sells them for profit, disregarding Creative Commons licenses for non-commercial use.
Are you familiar with classic film noir The Maltese Falcon? The famous prop still remains a mystery -- but 3D scanning and printing may provide a solution.
All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park’s comments on the hype on bioprinting: Are we really entering an age of the “plug-and-play human body”?
Sensible Object’s balancing game Fabulous Beasts offers a test of dexterity, buckets of character, and the chance for makers to tinker with its design.
DIY Bioprinting is a great, cost-effective way for smaller labs get started in Biotech. Here’s an overview of what’s happening in the open source 3D bioprinting scene.
Made with natural, fresh ingredients, 3D printed food can be nutritious and delicious. Not convinced? Let's take a look at what's on the menu.
Concerned about harmful emissions from 3D printing? Rachel Spieczny interviews Dr. Brent Stephens, author of the paper whose findings startled the industry.
The 2D printing industry transitions into the next dimension with 3D Printing. Columnist Rachel Park takes a look at the evolving new 3D printers from companies like HP, Canon, Kodak and Ricoh.
It’s time to take a cold, hard look at an important question that's bouncing around the Internet. Is your 3D printer going to kill you with toxic fumes?
Zortrax are going strong in Poland with the opening of a store in Warsaw, and their 3D printers adopted by academic instituions throughout the country.
Journalist Rachel Park knows Additive Manufacturing for more than 20 years. In her weekly column, she talks about the three most common misconceptions of 3D printing.
KIDmob is helping kids 3D print their own prosthetics and become... SUPERHERO CYBORGS! Here are five of our favorite new superheroes.
3D printing does have a relationship with the internet but it’s not analogous, thinks All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park. Here’s why.
Graduating from hobbyist to entrepreneur, Vicky Somma uses Simplify3D and her MakerGear M2 to create and sell beautiful 3D printed aviary designs.
What's on the menu today? How about food entirely produced on a 3D printer? SCOFF3D is a Kickstarter campaign to bring 3D printed food to the mainstream.