After baselessly accusing Naomi "SexyCyborg" Wu of not being a real maker, Make CEO Dale Dougherty offers a more sincere apology.
Filament manufacturer Esun Industrial and ZYYX, Swedish 3D printer and filament company, have announced a strategic partnership at Formnext.
The new additive copper from Stratasys Direct Manufacturing is a heat-stable material that is perfect for thermal management applications.
Shenkar College design graduate Eden Saadon uses a 3Doodler to create an intricate couture design collection called 3D Lace.
Metamason has created a customized 3D printed face mask for sleep apnea sufferers that's finally comfortable enough to wear.
Proving that the internet really is a wonderful place, someone has created a how-to guide to make your own Cappy from Super Mario Odyssey.
Michelin's airless, connected and environmentally friendly wheel design is one of TIME Magazine's chosen 25 Best Inventions of 2017.
There are a lot of microcomputers emerging from Kickstarter. Thanks to 3D printing, the Gameshell has some extra tricks up its sleeve.
The 3D Printing Handbook is a beautifully designed new reference work from 3D Hubs. We weren't invited to supply a puff quote, unfortunately.
After 3D printing a prosthetic arm for his son Sol, Ben Ryan decided to help others families by launching the Ambionics service.
Emirates is using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology to manufacture components for aircraft cabins, including video monitor shrouds.
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.
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.