Features, interviews, comments, and exciting stories about 3D printing, CAD and more.
Graduating from hobbyist to entrepreneur, Vicky Somma uses Simplify3D and her MakerGear M2 to create and sell beautiful 3D printed aviary designs.
What's on the menu today? How about food entirely produced on a 3D printer? SCOFF3D is a Kickstarter campaign to bring 3D printed food to the mainstream.
3D printing should be added to the curriculum, says Rachel Park. Still, we must overcome a number of barriers for widespread adoption.
Thinking of backing the 3D Printed BASE by Wiivv insoles on Kickstarter? Read through these FAQs before you make a pledge.
All3DP sits down with Ultimaker CEO Jos Burger and CTO Siert Wijnia to learn about their experiences, new machines and their outlook for the 3D printing industry for 2016.
Democratized, open source agriculture sounds like an unusual concept, but that's exactly what FarmTools3D hopes to achieve with 3D printing.
Planning a wedding, or just your pinterest board? Here are some affordable, incredible and precious 3D Printed Wedding Must-Haves.
US Congressman Steve Israel wants 3D printed guns included in new gun control laws. Given the difficult history of the subject, does he have a chance?
The comfort of your feet is within reach, with the booming business of 3D printed customized in-soles. If you own a printer, can even make them yourself.
Stuck in the office, listening to endless monologues on mergers and acquisitions? Perhaps the answer to your corporate gloom is a 3D printed Kinematics tie.
So, how was CES 2016? Compared to last year‘s show, 3D printing may have slipped slightly out of focus, but there were plenty of interesting announcements. Here are Rachel Park’s impressions on CES 2016.
Essential disaster relief recovery items: water, temporary shelters, and... a 3D printer?
3D printed prosthetics don't just help out humans. Here is a list of animals who have been aided by 3d printed prostheses, too!
At CES 2015, 3D printing was Everybody’s Darling. CES 2016 was a bit quieter. But a lot of clever improvements were shown that make 3D printing much better.
Researchers have created 3D printed ceramic that withstands high temperatures, paving the way for next-generation aircraft traveling at incredible speed.
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.