A clever concept for renewable energy, the Raflesia is a 3D printed wind turbine you can attach to an air vent or fan to harvest power.
Currently on Kickstarter, ZeroPi is an integrated solution between Arduino and Raspberry Pi so makers can build projects faster and easier.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Maker Girl! 3D printed action figures of women provide positive role models for children and adults alike.
Readybox promises to deliver the "fastest consumer 3D printer". Their Kickstarter campaign has already been funded.
Record label issues "big-hole" 45 RPM vinyl, together with a limited-edition 3D printed adapter in the shape of a pink brain.
The WASP Top DLP 3D printer solves two problems of typical DLP printers while preserving the high precision DLP printers are known for.
CCTV cameras are everywhere - and now you can even 3D print your own. Here’s what you need to make one.
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.
3D Hubs launches REMAKE3D campaign to change how 3D prints are made, and support a waste free future. Submit your epic fails to win prizes!
If you want full, vibrant color on 3D models, your best bet is to use hydrographic printing. Here’s what you need to know about it.
3D printing means turning files into physical objects. Here’s some practical advice how and where to sell your creations.
Virtual reality is gradually becoming a... reality. So what's next? A 3D printed holo pyramid for your smartphone? Short answer: YES.
Fashion designer Danit Peleg is the first to 3D print her collection entirely using home printers. It took more than 2000 hours to print.
What would happen if a music classroom had access to a 3D printer, and if a music teacher included 3D printing in their lessons?
3D Printing is slowly, but surely, coming on as a massive technology. We are only at the precipice of it. Here’s how it changes the world.
Bike buffs beware: 3D printing helps when designing your personal bicycle. The benefits are less weight, more strength and great looks.
A survey in the USA revealed that only 23% would savour 3D printed food. But how valid are these numbers given the eating habits in the USA?
Exclusive interview with Paulo Kiefe of Creative Tools about the creation of 3DBenchy, the jolly 3D printing torture test.
Only three days to go before Father's Day in the US. Surprise your dear old dad with a 3D printed gift you can buy or make at home.
3D printing in multiple colors? Yes but only when you have the right hardware. And most of it is not in the stores, yet.