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Revitalizing your dinner table and Czech Cubism in one fell swoop: Lauriger shares their new 3D Printed Cubist dinnerware, and it's beautiful.
What will the 3D printing bring in 2016? We’ve asked Michael Sorkin’s, Head of Formlabs Europe, for his predictions on the 3D printing market.
Filemon Schoffer works as Head of Community at 3D Hubs. Here’s his take on 3D printing in 2016.
Rachel Park is one of the most prolific journalists in 3D printing. Starting off her weekly column on All3DP, here are her predictions for 3D printing in 2016.
A student from the Delft University of Technology developed a 3D printed soft robotics hand that can shake hands with people.
Currently, on Kickstarter, there are over 800 funding propositions containing the term "3D printing". Below are the top six Kickstarter 3D Printer projects.
Fascinated by 3D printing? Here's a short guide on how to help you channel that extra Christmas money in the right direction.
Honestly, there’s nothing more heartwarming than your personal piece of chocolate. Since 3D printing has appeared on the scene, you can dream of much more personal and unique chocolate shapes.
For centuries, archeologists were looking for an answer to the question: who was the Venus de Milo? Thanks to 3D printing, we now have a new, interesting theory.
Minifig Battlefields are educating school children about the trenches of WWI, with intricately detailed dioramas built using 3D printing and LEGO bricks.
What do you know now that you didn't know a year ago? An entrepreneur driving the market in eco-friendly 3D printing filament shares her learning.
3D printing is still relatively young. For that, it has already broken several records - some even made it to the Guinness Book Of Records. Here are 10 of the greatest 3D printing world records.
ALL3DP speaks with MakerBot Europe General Manager Andreas Langfeld about integration with Stratasys, and their strategic focus on the education market.
3D printed figurines are shaping up to be one of the most sought after present this Christmas. Here’s what you should know about them.
Think grandma could use a 3D printer? This episode from YouTube famous Fine Brothers shows how "Elders React to 3D Printing."
Disappointed by the slow uptake of home 3D printing? The folks at I Can Make have a theory; it's because the mass market simply don't know what to with it.
Fashion and technology come together with Mesh Lingerie, where 3D scanning and printing techniques are used to provide women with the perfectly fitted bra.