Features, interviews, comments, and exciting stories about 3D printing, CAD and more.
Guest post from Rachel Park, an influential voice in the 3D printing industry, about her visit to the formnext 2015 trade show in Frankfurt.
3D Printing can bring exciting changes to schools across the curriculum, but only if it stays open, accessible, and focused.
If you want to build 3D objects in a Minecraft style, LeBlox offers an interesting approach. All you need is a smartphone and some time. All3DP took a look at the software.
Guns, printed organs, disrupted logistics: There are way too many myths surrounding 3D printing. Here’s what‘s true - and what’s not.
Guest post from Rachel Park, an influential voice in the 3D printing industry, about a series of unfortunate events last October.
The inventor of 3D printing, Chuck Hull, is back in the spotlight as the new CEO at 3D Systems. Everything old is new again.
By converting 2D images into 3D objects, visiting a gallery and touching the art is not only allowed -- it's positively encouraged.
ALL3DP interviews Mihail Tanev, Marketing Manager at the Doob Group, on their strategy for the competitive market of 3D printed figurines.
What does the future hold for 3D printed food? And how close are we to fine dining with 3D printed food in a Michelin starred restaurant?
All3DP interviews Sylvain Preumont, founder and executive chairman of MyMiniFactory, about his vision of an open future for 3D printing.
3D printing raises a ton of legal questions. For the start of All3DP’s 3d printing legal advice series, we’ve asked Marco Müller-ter Jung from Lawfirm DWF Germany about the (in)famous Marcel Duchamp chess set case.
After a successful Kickstarter for the print+ DIY headphone kits, Patrick Schuur speaks to ALL3DP about the ideas behind his unique concept.
How will 3D Printing change the future of Thanksgiving? Here's 10 ways future Turkey Day will be even better.
Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer, writes about the exciting possibilities of 3D printing in the classroom.
Can 3D printing have a valid application for litigation? Lawyers Lamber and Goodnow try to modernize their paper-bound profession.
Extrapolating figures provided by Gartner Research, we predict in 2019 there'll be 182 million people involved with 3D printed products.
Berlin, Amsterdam, Milan or New York: These are the best 3D printing stores that -- in our opinion -- define new approaches and businesses.