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Will 3D printed athlete’s shoes ever be more than an elite brand marketing? Rachel Park takes a look at the shoes & car industries.
UAU Project is a design studio producing elegant 3D models for functional 3D printing. The team explains their creative process to ALL3DP.
If you've been looking for a 3D printer which won't break the bank, but still claims to be up to scratch with the latest technology, check out this interview with Hero101's CEO.
The FormBox is powered by your vacuum cleaner and claims to be quicker than a 3D printer. Could this be your next Kickstarter investment?
With the launch of the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printer, the CEO of Shapeways explains how their partnership with HP continues to flourish.
What effect will HP's Multi Jet Fusion technology have on the 3D printing industry moving forward? Rachel Park gazes into her crystal ball.
Take a peek behind the scenes of BCN3D Technologies, where they share the design process on their award-winning BCN3D Sigma 3D printer.
At a sprawling campus on the outskirts of Barcelona, HP showed ALL3DP the future of commercial 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion technology.
3D printing is disrupting local and global manufacturing; which will most likely result in complicated tax issues. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park dives into the forms.
Contrary to popular belief, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry is growing significantly. All3DP talked to market researcher Terry Wohlers about the Wohlers Report 2016.
Curious about the Trinus 3D printer on Kickstarter? Of course you are! Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Makerbot has seen some Ups and Downs in the last years. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park talks to Andreas Langfeld about Makerbot‘s new strategies.
Live on Kickstarter, the Trinus 3D Printer is a professional-grade machine for under $500. ALL3DP interviews Head of Design Bojan Smiljanic.
High-concept racing game Xmodule is greenlit on Steam, and soon the Kickstarter campaign launches. ALL3DP interviews developer Daniele Frau.
The CEL CEO speaks exclusively to ALL3DP about the evolution of the Robox 3D printer, including plans for a print-it-yourself stylus cutter.
3D printing is still in its early decades. It’s the millennial generation that will be “normalizing” 3D technologies. And here’s what this has to do with Minecraft.
If you want to manufacture a silicon object, you usually need a mould. This will most likely change thanks to a UK patent: Picsima can now 3D print silicon parts without further tooling.