Singapore University professors use 3D printing to develop a stunning interactive structure for the iLight Marina Bay Festival, Singapore.
The Miam Factory uses 3D printers to create unique chocolate creations including everything from beer bottles to engraved macarons.
Stratasys launched the FDM Nylon 12CF - a carbon fiber-filled nylon printing material which can create end-use parts and speed up production.
The Duke Lemur Center is using 3D scanning and micro-computed tomography to preserve lemurs and soon anyone will have access to the files.
In an aggressive new strategy to gain market share, 3D Systems slashes tens of thousands of dollars from one of its SLS 3D printing systems.
Researchers from several institutions have developed shape-shifting 4D prints which can permanently transform when heated up.
The National Gallery and Factum Arte use 3D modeling and printing to help recreate Michelangelo and Sebastiano’s Roman Chapel.
After many high-profile scampaign and crowdfail incidents in 3D printing, new site FitForLaunch wants to change crowdfunding for the better.
With a hidden internal mechanism and 3D printed from ultra tough titanium, the Stealth Key may the ultimate security lock yet invented.
The additive manufacturing laboratory at Northwestern University, USA, proves the viability of 3D printing using extraterrestrial dust.
Ghanian artist El Anatsui and Factum Arte have created a series of contemporary art prints called Benchmarks, featuring 3D scanned worktops.
With a brand new facility and huge credit line to its name, Aleph Objects is a picture of health for the desktop 3D printing industry.
All3DP talks to Dr. André Kemmling, a neuroradiologist who is using a Form 2 SLA 3D printer to produce patient-specific brain artery models.
Youtuber Make Anything shows us VR and 3D printing can play nice with this cool video walk-through of creating a mammoth skeleton.
The ONO smartphone 3D printer is facing production delays due to issues with electronics, ruffling the feathers of anxious crowdfunders.
The Hermit Crab can now inhabit a 3D printed shell representing famous landmarks, specially created by Japanese artist Aki Inomata.
The head of Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute will explain, in a lecture, how we'll perform hip replacements in space.