3D Systems discontinues its Cube 3 printer... is this a sign of the 3D printing consumer market going downhill? We don’t think so.
Foreverence, a company based in Minnesota, USA manufactures custom 3D printed funeral urns, like this one in the shape of a red 1957 Chevy.
Guest post from Rachel Park, an influential voice in the 3D printing industry, about her visit to the formnext 2015 trade show in Frankfurt.
Everyone loves lists, right? So without further ado, here are the Top 10 ordered items from 3D printing service giant Shapeways.
Scottish kitty Sprocket has had hard times. Thanks to his vet and owner, a 3D printed leg brace may save him from surgery.
In this workshop you'll learn how to construct a round and hollow 3D object like a coffee or a soft drink cup in the free 3D Slash software.
With TSA master keys in the wild, the security of your luggage is at risk. But can you make a 3D printed key from a photo? All3DP finds out.
These retro gaming figurines are made for your desktop. Meet Mario, Mega Man, Sam & Max, Pac-Man, Elite’s Cobra Mk III and other classics.
Pretty princess Barbies are old hat. Future Barbie has 3D printed Barbie armor, shield, and a cool realistic Retiarius gladiator net.
3D printed cars make all the headlines... but what about 3D printed motorcycles? Let's take a look at three fascinating new projects.
BeeVeryCreative’s 3D printer BeeTheFirst is a nice printer, but it had it’s software issues. Victor Anusci from All3DP had a first look.
Want to spare two minutes browsing through some of the finest 3D printed art? Take a peek at All3DP’s Pinterest board of incredible 3D printing creations.
Let's go take a look at what some of the leading companies and innovators in this segment, ChocEdge, 3D Systems, Hans Fouche, RIB and more, have achieved so far in 3D printing of sugar and chocolate based sweets.
If you're 3D printing on a budget and want the assurance of a professional service, check out our list of the best cheap 3D printing services!
TrySight, a small Canadian manufacturer, chose selective laser sintering over fused deposition modeling for better quality 3D-printed end-use parts among other critical benefits.
It’s a new year, which means it’s time for a brand new printer. Luckily, Anycubic has you covered with the Anycubic Mega X, our first machine to be released in 2020.
Want 3D printed parts but don't own a printer? Why not turn to a professional service? Learn how to find the 3D printing company for you!