Help for amputees: OpenΒionics is an open-source initiative for the development of affordable, light-weight robot hands and prosthetic devices. We visited them at 3D Printshow London.
This 3D printed stand protects your Apple Watch from getting scratches while the battery charges.
So, what can a 3D printer be used for? What can I build with a 3D printer?
Sicilian design studio Livrea have been researching new ways to utilize 3D printing for final parts in the actual full-size yachts.
The perfect gift? Have a portrait of yourself or your partner 3D printed as a pendant.
The 3D printed Curvestand is a versatile support solution for the iPad and the iPhone 4/4s.
Germanys Doob Group offers 3D selfie studios in Duesseldorf, New York and Tokyo. Besides that, they offer innovative 3D printing services.
After 800 years, the plain vanilla shirt button finally gets an upgrade. Welcome to the 21st century Button 2.0!
SmarterMount Bike Mount for Pebble: Use your Pebble as navigator and communicator while cycling on your bike.
BeeVeryCreative’s 3D printer BeeTheFirst is a nice printer, but it had it’s software issues. Victor Anusci from All3DP had a first look.
Joshua Harker's creative streak extends to many different shapes and even many different creative processes.
The 3D printed Voronoi Bag is a stylish and attractive way to carry your personal items.
The bike carrying handle is the best solution for those locations where it’s inappropriate (or just downright impossible) to go while on your bike.
PancakeBot is a Kickstarter funded project building 3D printers that bake pancakes in the shape of a drawing, a logo - or whatever image you create in the software coming with the printer.
Software giants and leading 3D printer manufacturers are some of the most interesting companies in 3D printing. If you want to invest in 3D printing, you should also know these companies.
You can’t have enough storage in a computer. So why not add up to three more extra drives to your PC with this 3d printed hard drive rack?