A patent application was granted to Apple which lays outs a 3D printing system that works in tandem with ARKit Augmented Reality.
Casio has developed a 2.5D printer called Mofrel which can produce high quality plastic "leather", currently on display in Japan.
Imagine listening to a street musician. The groove is great, so you’d like to join in with a nice little melody. Enter the OKAY synth.
New to the international trade show scene, In(3D)ustry promotes the use of 3D printing in the industrial sector with a "Museum of Reality".
Online 3D printing service 3D Hubs is at the center of a controversy on Reddit, accused of diverting customers away from local printing hubs.
Dutch lens-maker Luxexcel has received a large investment boost in its efforts to create prescription eyewear for popular VR and AR hardware.
GE Healthcare's Innovative Design and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center for Europe is now open in Uppsala, Sweden.
Cody Wilson and his organization, Defense Distributed, have upgraded the controversial Ghost Gunner CNC mill project to produce M1911 handguns.
Raoul Leering, head of international trade analysis at ING, believes that 3D printing could erase a quarter of global trade by 2060.
Architect Peter Zaharatos uses 3D printers to create moulds and make sculpture inspired chocolate bars at his Long Island City cafe, Sugarcube.
It‘s hard to get hold of the official SNES Classic Mini. So why not build a DIY Super Nintendo with a 3D printed Raspberry Pi SNES Case?
New Jersey startup Modern Meadow unveils ZOA, an animal-free biofabricated leather material that is made from genetically engineered yeast.
Somos and 3D Hubs are joining forces to offer customers access to highly accurate 3D printed tools and molds with a quick turnaround time.
MasterpieceVR software makes it possible to collaborate with other 3D modelers and live stream to the masses through Facebook or YouTube.
South African mechanical engineering technologist Nneile Nkholise uses 3D print tech to create 1,000 prostheses for breast cancer survivors.
Matt Denton and his 8-year-old nephew assemble a regular Lego Go-Kart Kit 1972, alongside a 3D printed version which is five times larger.
It's squeaky bum time. The top 20 shortlist for the James Dyson Award 2017 has been announced, including several 3D printing projects.