MakerBot Thingiverse reached a landmark last week with one million uploads and two hundred million downloads on its platform.
What does the future hold for 3D printed food? And how close are we to fine dining with 3D printed food in a Michelin starred restaurant?
A team at the Eindhoven University of Technology has 3D printed concrete, earning them fans and backers.
Things are getting a little... stimulating in the world of 3D printing filaments. And by stimulating, we mean coffee, beer, and hemp.
Have you had a rough week? Need a hug? Now you can build a 3D printed robot for that - and it’s not very complicated.
An Instructables user has shared instructions for building an Ardunio-powered drawing robot, originally designed for a 10-hour workshop for ChickTech.org.
Industrial designer Marc Newson designs a limited edition sterling silver tea service, prototyped with a 3D printer and built by hand.
ALL3DP gets hands on with the Zortrax Inventure, the latest (and perhaps greatest) 3D printer from the Polish manufacturer.
Everybody has heard about 3D printing. But what is? And how does it work? All3DP gives a short overview over the various 3D printing methods.
The E3D BigBox 3D printer had a deluge of eager backers on Kickstarter. Director of R&D Sanjay Mortimer updates us on their current status.
Canon has unveiled their resin-based 3D Printer, and the mixed reality VR, MREAL - looks like not only gamers get the fun.
Prototyped on a Makerbot 3D printer, Skarp laser razor wanted to revolutionize shaving. Now the project got suspended at Kickstarter.
3D printer, laser cutter and engraver, 3D scanner plus milling machine: Thanks to its modular design, Adam wants to be the “personal FabLab on your desk”.
Gwendoline Christie, actress in Game of Thrones and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, had a dress 3D printed onto her body at Paris Fashion Week.
Rivalry in the sportwear industry is mounting, as Adidas unveil their own brand new concept: a Futurecraft 3D printed sneaker.
SuperMansion is a new comedy show made using 3D printed stop-motion animation. Oh, and it stars Bryan Cranston. You might have heard of him?
From the Screen to the street...well, to the cosplay hall. This 3D printed Mad Max prosthetic arm is a work of art, inspiration and awesome.