HRL Laboratories in California have made a metallurgical breakthrough; a technique to successfully 3D print high-strength aluminum alloys.
ONO is a Kickstarter 3D printer which was supposed to be released in 2016 but now faces delays due to switching to bluetooth support.
At NYU School of Medicine, a collaborative team are working on 3D printing multi-colored models of prostate cancer for pre-surgical planning.
McLaren Applied Technologies used 3D printing to develop Project Invincible, a shield to protect vital organs from impact after surgery.
Med3DP is an initiative in association with Trinity College Dublin which uses 3D printing to develop on-demand medical devices
Digital Metal announces the commercial production of the DM P2500 metal 3D printer, the world's first high-precision binder jetting system.
Originally started in 2015, MX3D and Autodesk share an update on their ambitious project to 3D print a functional steel bridge in Amsterdam.
A DIY teleprompter is coming to Kickstarter. It is partially 3D printable and may be the answer to hours spent editing your Ums and Ahs on camera.
The 15th London Design Festival celebrates innovative design and creative solutions, with the participation of several 3D printing startups.
MIT engineers develop a 3D fabrication method that could allow multiple doses of a vaccine to be delivered over time with a single injection.
Embrace is a jewelry collection offering everything from bracelets to cufflinks in 18ct gold and platinum from Cooksongold and Boltenstern.
A London research group has 3D printed an unusual chair. To do it they developed custom software and a robotic arm-mounted extruder that allows them to print directly into the air.
This 3D printed life-size sculpture of an Australian artist with Dwarfism challenges viewers with their anxieties around difference.
Hinckley uses lightweight composite structural components and titanium 3D printing to build all-electric 28-foot Dasher yacht.
With these great Back to School DIY things to 3D print, we even could consider going back to school.
Researchers at Wyss Institute combine 3D printing of stretchable inks with electronic components to make wearables more flexible.
Apple uses four tiny sensors in the iPhone X for it facial recognition system called FaceID. But there’s much more to it.