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Algorithm developed by engineering researchers at University of Michigan allows desktop 3D printers to boost speed without impacting quality.
Researchers from Montana State University are 3D printing microbe biofilms to reduce methane gasses in the atmosphere.
Empty filament spools are a nuisance. Hacking objects is not. With 3D printing you can turn a spent spool into a handy storage solution.
Researchers from TU Delft have developed self-folding origami-style 3D structures using sequential shape shifting mechanisms.
Taurus 3D founder, Jerry Ennett, is heading to remote India, armed with a 3D printer, to teach locals how to quickly print affordable prosthetics.
GuardianBikes is using 3D printers from Robo 3D to conceptualize its SureStop technology, a unique one-lever component braking system.
The Five Farming Bridges project posits thousands of clean energy homes and farms, possible thanks to spiders 3D printing the city's rubble.
Montclair Public Schools in New Jersey paired up with MakerBot to provide schools and students from second grade to college with 3D printers.
To replace the aging inkjet printers on the International Space Station, NASA worked with HP to modify a standard model with 3D printed parts.
With a 3D printed turtle or baseball, say MIT researchers, you have the tools you need to spoof a neural network in the physical world.
With 3D printing, robotics, and smart wearables, technology firm Seiko Epson has an ambitious target; to double their global revenue in 2025.
BCN3D Technologies is releasing its own line of 3D printing materials, gearing the Sigma and Sigmax 3D printers for engineering applications.
Using an ultrasound machine and an inexpensive microchip, researchers are able to create 3D images and hopefully enhance medical care.
Internet giant Google has opened a 3D asset library. Called Poly, the repository teems with everyday and exotic objects for VR/AR creation.
Researchers from Boston University and TU Delft are using 3D printing and infrared technology to create comfortable, custom orthopaedic casts.
Forensic facial reconstruction and state-of-the-art 3D virtual sculpture methods were used to recreate the face of an accused witch.