Want to see a 3D printed robot scorpion? This modular hexapod from Ghent University is sure to grab your attention.
The Dutch PostNL has fabricated a musical instrument en route to trumpet master Eric Vloeimans in awesome short film, “Sound of Delivery”.
Would you be tempted to 3D print your own invisaligns to save money, make yourself happier, and stick it to the dental appliance industry?
Do you have the right equipment to save you from the ghosts that go bump in the night? You can now 3D print yourself a Ghostbusters ghost trap to make sure you're safe.
Vintage games console Amstrad GX4000 is bought roaring back to life, using custom 3D printed cartridges designed by a retro gaming forum.
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Kia makes a big statement by using 3D printed car parts in the final design of their new, futuristic concept car, Telluride.
New trend for 2016: a 3D printed dinosaur? A small town in West Queenland, Australia plans to recreate a "terrible lizard" to boost tourism and travel.
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Foreverence, a company based in Minnesota, USA manufactures custom 3D printed funeral urns, like this one in the shape of a red 1957 Chevy.
Don't even trip, dawg, because this maker 3D printed a Rick and Morty portal gun complete with moving portal, and epic teaser video.
3D printing is being used to help the visually impaired to read music notations more easily with a system called Tactile Stave Notation
Visual effects company Corbel 3D scans and 3D prints the largest mountain in the Canadian Rockies, and is featured on the Discovery Channel.
Filamate from Vienna just kickstarted a crowdfunding campaign for a 3D printing starter toolkit. Let’s take a look at what they offer.
Autodesk Dreamcatcher wants to combine the power of cloud computing with generative digital manufacturing. Here’s a first look.
Pretty princess Barbies are old hat. Future Barbie has 3D printed Barbie armor, shield, and a cool realistic Retiarius gladiator net.