The WASP Top DLP 3D printer solves two problems of typical DLP printers while preserving the high precision DLP printers are known for.
Looking beyond the world of 3D printing, ALL3DP attends a forum about Fairphone and the power of open source design and manufacturing.
Resolving perhaps the greatest challenge in the history of humankind -- a 3D printed Skittles sorting machine for, um, sorting Skittles.
Consumer 3D printing is close thanks to 3D printing service bureaus. A comment of Mathias Plica, CEO of All3DP, on Gartners Hype Cycle Curve on 3D printing.
The beautiful 3D printed "Chess with Mustaches" set is a satirical response to threats of legal action by the estate of Marcel Duchamp.
After 3D printing a replica of a Bronze Age artefact, an archaeologist proves that an ancient Irish horn was misclassified as a spear butt.
3D Printed Turbopump developed by NASA passes rigorous series of tests. One small step for mankind, one giant leap for cheaper engine parts.
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.
Winner of a Thingiversity Engineering Challenge, the Bicycle Bubble Machine allows you to bring out your inner child for your daily commute.
Comparing 3D printing prices from different services takes a lot of time. That changes today. Introducing the ALL3DP price comparison tool.
3D printing means turning files into physical objects. Here’s some practical advice how and where to sell your creations.
Sentry guns can aim, target and shoot without human control. We’re glad this 3D printed version just shoots rubberbands.
An engineer from New Zealand has 3D printed the world's smallest working circular saw, adding to his growing collection of miniature tools.
Super Mario fan and Redditor Jason Kirk created a "pixelized" flower pot that resembles the warp pipe from Super Mario Bros. Plant ’n play?
A young maker creates a beautiful 3D printed portable gaming device using an Ultimaker 2, Autocad 123D and a Raspberry Pi.