Whether you loved Star Wars: The Last Jedi, fell asleep midway through or found it the pits, cheer yourself up with this Boba Fett printable.
A new Star Wars trailer has been out weeks, and already the 'net has nailed a 3D printable model of the trilogy's Ewok equivalent, the Porg.
Would you like to make your own 3D printed disc shooter? By following YouTuber Austiwawa's latest project, you may soon be able to.
Besides being mini, this Strandbeest uses 3D printing and motors rather than the wind and PVC pipes for its locomotion.
FPV drones will blow your socks off sideways! This guide to the beginner's FPV drones will get you inducted to the new sport of racing.
Artist Alonso Martinez develops 3D printed life-like robots for a project which explores how simple designs can have a big personality.
Printrbot and Polar3D collaborate on the Printrbelt; with an infinite build on the Z-axis, it takes a radical angle on desktop 3D printing.
With the latest update to their Z-SUITE software, desktop 3D printer manufacturer Zortrax is rolling out support for third-party filaments
With a new “SpeedCell” system and the industrial-grade “M2” 3D printer, Carbon 3D enters the realms of high-volume manufacturing.
Spyker Workshop unveils his new and improved fully 3D printed snow blower, which is designed to attach to a remote controlled snow groomer.
If you like to experiment then the ZMorph 2.0 SX is an easy recommendation. But for daily use? Read our ZMorph 2.0 SX 3D printer review.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
The Wanhao Duplicator i3 PLUS is a big and budget-friendly 3D printer with a boatload of upgrades and improvements.
Paying tribute to F1 racing legend Ayrton Senna, this 3D printed replica of his Mclaren F1 Car is truly a labor of love.
Are you familiar with classic film noir The Maltese Falcon? The famous prop still remains a mystery -- but 3D scanning and printing may provide a solution.
So you want to get into 3D printing? Or you already started and are eager to share your new hobby with your children? Perfect! But there are some things you should consider before you start.
Food giant PepsiCo have been using 3D printers for the research and development of their Ruffles Deep Ridged potato chips since 2011.