Formlabs Lead Engineer Eduardo Torrealba talks about the development of the new Fuse 1 SLS 3D printer and what makes it so unique.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has certified the 3Doodler START pen as easy-to-use for the blind and partially sighted.
The Neva 3D Printer is live on Kickstarter. ALL3DP speaks to Dagoma Co-founder Matthieu Regnier about the magic of their Delta 3D printer.
MakerBot employees share an exclusive look at their pioneering 3D printing marketplace and community: Thingiverse.
Consumer stories get all the headlines, but B2B is driving 3D printing - that's the opinion of Whitecloud's CEO and Founder Jerry Ropelato.
Will 3D printed athlete’s shoes ever be more than an elite brand marketing? Rachel Park takes a look at the shoes & car industries.
Formlabs has partnered up with Normal, a NYC-based startup, in order to create Rose Gold Earphones which are 3D printed and customized to each user.
ALL3DP interviews Zortrax COO Karolina Bołądź about the launch of their new desktop 3D printer, the Zortrax Inventure, and the company's continued success.
Couldn’t attend this year’s Maker Faire in Rome? Here are the best new 3D printing products, filaments and projects.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Maker Girl! 3D printed action figures of women provide positive role models for children and adults alike.
Again, Gartner has analyzed the 3D printing market. Their conclusion: 3D Printing has a bright future - but some sections will have to wait.
Twinkind is a leading player in the 3D selfie market. We interview CEO Timo Schaedel about their Venurate crowdseeding appeal.
Surfing gets a technological upgrade with 3D printed surfboards by Australian startup Disrupt. Which other sports are ripe for disruption?
The 3MF Consortium (Microsoft, HP, Autodesk et. al.) created a new file format to suite the whole process from 3D modeling to manufacturing.
The Jurassic world has seen great benefits from 3D scanning, modelling and printing. ALL3DP interviews a paleontologist about their work.
3D printing is getting big, literally. We take a look at 3D printing buildings to see if that is a topic we will read and hear more about. And: Yes, we will.
How would you like to walk on a true work of sculpted art? Italian Designer Cristina Franceschini (AKA Crystiff) can make it happen through her design abilities and 3d printed shoes.