Engineers at Rice University used 3D printers to make theoretical schwarzites into physical structures. Math just got real, people.
Zortrax releases three new materials for the Inventure 3D printer – durable Z-ULTRAT Plus, Z-SEMIFLEX, and Z-SUPPORT Plus.
Black Friday? Pfft! The party starts a whole week earlier as far as MatterHackers are concerned. Here are their BLUE FRIDAY 3D printer deals.
During formnext 2017, EnvisionTEC unveiled two larger version of its popular 3D printers, the Perfactory 4 LED XXL and the Vida cDLM.
The machine tool and laser manufacturer TRUMPF has just launched its latest Laser Metal Fusion (LMF) 3D printing system: the TruPrint 5000.
Brooklyn Public Library is now home to a museum the size of a vending machine, featuring videos, holograms, and 3D prints of mollusks.
Researchers say counterfeits and product piracy can be prevented by innovative security features like 3D printed microstructures.
From metal 3D printing to bespoke 3D printed eyewear. Find out more about this year’s nominees for the Forbes "30 Under 30" list.
Based in Rotterdam, Print your City! is an ongoing research project to turn plastic waste into functional, tough, 3D printed urban furniture.
At Formnext, industrial FDM 3D printer manufacturer Verashaper demoed a new concept printer. Part of the VShaper family of printers, it's capable of printing in 5-axes.
The new Fabpilot software from the 3D printing service Sculpteo allows clients to manage their fleet of 3D printers from within the cloud.
Stratasys releases new software solution to bring voxel-level control to the multi-material and full-color Stratasys J750 3D printer.
At Formnext, footwear brand Ecco released details of its data-driven midsole, Quant-U. The company will 3D print each bespoke piece in-store.
Though relatively new to the 3D printing world, small-scale SLS printers are slowly gaining popularity, thanks to their high-quality prints.
With a little 3D printing and a lot of imagination, Jame Bruton from XRobots has created the Batman Electric Skateboard - or Batboard.
Desktop Metal is now accepting pre-orders from companies across Europe for its metal end-to-end 3D printing Studio System.
Based out of Madrid, Factum Foundation is using 3D scanning and printing to perfectly recreate the tomb of Pharoah Set I.