Shapeways release their 2015 holiday gift guide, featuring hundreds of 3D printed presents for your loved ones. These are our top choices.
Student and industrial designer, Ryan Fackelman has developed a 3D printed hockey glove which includes antimicrobials while working on his graduate thesis.
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
A Thingiverse design, created by PrintThatThing, is a suit of armor specifically created for Bobo the cat. Cats, don’t try this at home.
Author Douglas Coupland has partnered with La Maison Simons in Canada to create a collaborative crowdsourced art project called 3DCanada.
The municipality of Dubai plans to erect 3D printed Smart Palm trees around the city, designed to collect solar power and freak out tourists.
The inventor of 3D printing, Chuck Hull, is back in the spotlight as the new CEO at 3D Systems. Everything old is new again.
MakerBot Thingiverse reached a landmark last week with one million uploads and two hundred million downloads on its platform.
Russia and the EU are planning to build a permanent lunar base together. The goal is to erect a 3D printed habitat, so astronauts can find water on the dark side of the moon.
An Instructables user has shared instructions for building an Ardunio-powered drawing robot, originally designed for a 10-hour workshop for ChickTech.org.
The filament company who brought us Wound Up, the coffee filament, is adding a refreshing new twist to 3D printing. Meet Buzzed, the beer filament. And it‘s even sustainable.
In a rare glimpse behind the scenes of Apple, it's revealed that several 3D printers play a pivotal role in their "Top-Secret Input Lab".
Couldn’t attend this year’s Maker Faire in Rome? Here are the best new 3D printing products, filaments and projects.
Engineers at Cornell University are perfecting methods to 3D print a realistic, adaptable tentacle. This helps robots to become more agile and dependable.
How does 3D printing benefit the armed forces? Apparently, quite a lot. Here are 10 future applications for the soliders of tomorrow.
Rivalry in the sportwear industry is mounting, as Adidas unveil their own brand new concept: a Futurecraft 3D printed sneaker.