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3D Hubs CEO Bram de Zwart speaks out against criticism over their decision to implement a new express checkout feature on the platform.
Yes, you should, says Miles Scott. And better not underestimate your child’s capabilities - and don’t buy a dedicated "kids 3D printer".
Nora Toure, General Manager of Sculpteo and founder of Women in 3D Printing, talks about her own journey and the rise of women in tech.
All3DP talks to Desktop Metal Co-Founder and CTO Jonah Myerberg about the company's groundbreaking metal 3D printing technology.
Carbon's Luke Kelly and Phil DeSimone talk Adidas Futurecraft, material innovation, and bringing 3D printing to the mass production stage.
All3DP sits down with Digital Metal's Alexander Sakraditis to discuss the company's high-precision metal 3D printer for small components.
TCT Show 2017 might be over, but the innovation has just begun. Here's our recap of the best 3D printing moments from this year's conference.
Exclusive look at Thingiverse trends over a 30 day period, with the most popular models and software, plus geographical and demographic data.
ABS was great, but we really need to move on, says Miles Scott. There are materials less poisonous, easier to print, and environmentally friendly.
Apple uses four tiny sensors in the iPhone X for it facial recognition system called FaceID. But there’s much more to it.
The 3D printing industry is a male-dominated industry, but it's gradually changing. These are the 40 most influential women in 3D printing.
All3DP talks with Danish entrepreneur Simon Breum Fisker about the new and improved Sculpto+ 3D printer, now live on Kickstarter.
All3DP visits BigRep in Berlin to check out the new BigRep Studio 3D printer (and also play with some gigantic fidget spinners).
All3DP visits Prague to talk with Josef Prusa about the expansion of Prusa Research, the success of the Prusa i3 MK2 3D printer, and more.
Thanks to the wonders of 3D scanning and printing, you'll soon be able to buy a perfect replica of your favorite item from the British Museum.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has certified the 3Doodler START pen as easy-to-use for the blind and partially sighted.