Designed by Adafruit, this 3D printed band for the Apple Watch is made from flexible filament. Guaranteed to help your smartwatch street-cred.
Built in a 24 hour hackathon, the SignBot is a 3D printed animatronic device that can listen to speech and convert it into sign language.
German computer scientists are working on a way to allow customization of individual prints by developing a composite called Hotflex.
Coming to your body soon? Using proprietary 3D printing machines and a DLP process, researchers have fabricated functional blood vessels.
The Hangprinter is an open-source printer which has no frame but works by anchoring to the floor and hanging from the ceiling by cables.
GE is investing in 3D printing and building business around the technology, improving processes in medical and aerospace product lines.
Researchers from MIT may have just paved the way for using cellulose - the world's most abundantly available natural polymer - in 3D printing.
At MADE Expo, keep an eye out for Politecnico di Milano's ACTLAB's Trabeculae Pavilion. Inspired by nature, made possible with 3D printing.
ThatsMyFace is a company which uses two headshots to 3D print your face. Theoretically, this technology be used to trick facial recognition systems.
A look inside New Zealand's famed Weta Workshop visual effects studio, as they bring the eerie to life for the new Ghost in the Shell movie.
If you ever dreamed about visiting a 3D printed replica of Count Dracula’s Castle in the US, here’s the perfect Kickstarter campaign for you.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory researchers are the first to 3D print aerospace-grade carbon fiber composites allowing for optimization.
Christoph Laimer builds watches and has been named Pinshape's Designer of the Month for his 3D printed watch with tourbillon.
London-based independent 3D printing megastore iMakr joins the budget game with the do-it-yourself STARTT 3D printer kit for beginners.
Want to let your virtual instruments or DJ console shine? Build your DIY MIDI controller with faders, an Arduino, and a 3D printed case.
Primal Crafts is a Danish jewelry brand which uses 3D printing to create beautiful pieces made from titanium, steel and precious metals.
Citing a need to protect IP and freedom to innovate, open source 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker is now investing in defensive patents.