ABS was great, but we really need to move on, says Miles Scott. There are materials less poisonous, easier to print, and environmentally friendly.
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.
3D printing firms in Chongqing, China are required to register with authorities to avoid criminal use, but is this measure justified?
Model and artist from Essex suffered from a seizure last year resulting in severe head injuries and the need for a titanium 3D printed plate.
Aeronautics company, Airbus, has installed of a titanium 3D printed bracket for the engine pylon on its in-series production A350 XWB.
Sculpteo and Sony announce a new partnership to 3D print objects and faces scanned with 3D Creator on the Sony Xperia XZ1 smartphone.
MIT researchers develop 3D printable expanding polymer structure that will fold itself up as soon as it's peeled off the print bed.
Students 3D printed terracotta bricks and created the Ceramic Constellation Pavilion to prove the technology's uses in architecture.
It's a tidy powerhouse of a desktop 3D printer, but it still needs some TLC. Here are some Lulzbot Mini maintenance tips from Aleph Objects.
Nano Dimension unveils the DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D Printer, developed with help from beta testers, with high specs but less aesthetic appeal.
The United States Marine Corps have developed an easy to build and repair 3D printed drone that could see service in the near future.
Want to protect and customize your smartphone? Here are the best services for customizing 3D printed phone cases.
T3D is launching their smartphone 3D printer on Kickstarter. Will it be worth the hype or just another disappointing crowdfunding campaign?
Two companies, Vestibular Today and 3D Brooklyn, have collaborated on a 3D printed inner ear to help vertigo sufferers.
Everything at Brooks Running can now "Run Happy" thanks to the implementation of a Connex3 3D printer which is speeding up prototyping.
Changing exhibition rules, Gabriel Bonfim encourages visitors to touch his Tactography prints, allowing the blind to experience his artwork.