Project Magnify, created by high school seniors, hopes to use 3D printing to bring resources to under privileged schools in California.
Chisel&Mouse is a design studio run by two brothers who use 3D modelling software, 3D printing and plaster casts to create replica buildings.
Promising a VR future with peripheral vision and no motion sickness, proven Kickstarter campaigner Pimax is set to trounce its $200,000 goal.
At SEMA 2017, Airwolf 3D is unveiling a modified 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat that is upgraded with 3D printed components.
3D Hubs intern Jack Davies improved his daily commute by creating a 3D printed electric skateboard with HP Jet Fusion technology.
Halloween is here, and that means the minions of darkness are not far behind. Protect yourself with this 3D printed candy corn launcher.
Aaron Sims Creative is the design studio behind the Demogorgon monster in Stranger Things. To create the design, they used 3D printing.
It's the season of frightful delights! 3D print Halloween with these scary things; you'll be the life and (undead) soul of the monster mash.
Surgeons in Australia are researching the use of 3D printing and robotics. They hope to make bone implants mid-surgery to help treat cancer.
With their global franchise scheme, iMakr plans to conquer the world by opening 40 new 3D printer retail stores over the next two years.
Researchers from Wyss Institute have created a mini-drone called RoboBee which can fly, dive into water, swim and explode out of the water.
With the holiday season right around the corner, what better way to kick things off than by winning the brand new Prusa I3 MK3 3D printer?
Open Bionics and Daniel Melville enter Guinness Book of Records Gamer’s edition with 3D printed bionic hand inspired by video game, Deus Ex.
Hailey Dawson, a seven-year-old with a 3D printed prosthetic hand, got to throw out the first pitch during Game 4 of the World Series.
Berlin startup BigRep is partnering up with Heidelberg Digital Platforms for production of the BigRep STUDIO large-scale 3D printer.
Using a 3D printer, Brunel University researchers have fabricated a flexible wearable battery that could charge up a smartphone and more.