What's better than a cheesecake? A 3D printed vegan cheesecake, that's what. One man dreams of making these delightful desserts a calorific reality.
Regular player of tabletop games? Then you need a 3D printed DIY dice tower. From the ridiculous to the sublime, there are fantastic designs to choose from.
An impressive video called "Centriphone" left many viewers wondering how the creator was able to capture the incredible effect. Here’ how he did it.
Trusst is a team of women, including engineers and designers, who have been working on a design to create a new system of bra support, catered towards larger busted women.
eBayer just3dprint has taken over 2,000 files from Thingiverse and sells them for profit, disregarding Creative Commons licenses for non-commercial use.
Boston Dynamics have unveiled a smaller, lighter and more agile version of their ATLAS humanoid which has 3D printed legs.
A 3D printed rehabilitation orthosis was created to help a young man suffering from limb paresis grab objects and perform physical activities.
Real world case study with consumer electronics company shows BeeTheFirst 3D printers are suitable not just in homes and schools, but also in the factory.
Looking for information on 3D printing company Doob Group? We‘ve accumulated the most important facts in this company profile.
Zortrax's printing material sales data for 2015 indicates a 350% increase when compared to 2014. This means the department has a huge growing share in Zortrax's total revenue.
3D printing is allowing photographers to build their own cameras in a LEGO-like style using Cambits - a new modular imaging system.
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If you've already broken your new year's resolution of hitting the gym, then do not fear - BRICK fitness facilities have a 3D printed solution for you. Meet the Fit Nesting Dolls.
Designing for 3D printing? Learn about best practice, plus tips and tricks for great results, with this guest post from 3D printing marketplace Pinshape.
All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park’s comments on the hype on bioprinting: Are we really entering an age of the “plug-and-play human body”?
British photographer Nick Knight is using 3D printing to alter traditional perceptions of photography, calling his new technique "Photographic Sculptures".