Researchers at MIT developing the world's smallest intelligent drone that could fly on its own; the most important part is the computer chip.
James Bruton from XRobots creates and rides a gigantic LEGO electric skateboard made with 3D printed bricks.
Ray the kitten has a kink in his spine. Students from Portsmouth Middle School have used 3D printing in a creative way to help.
London startup Batch Works have devised an ingenious perpetual printing process for a standard Ultimaker 2+, and it's completely open source.
A DIY 3D printer kit for beginners, the STARTT stands apart for good reason: it costs just $99. Learn how to build your own with our guide.
Jamela Law is a "recyclopath" fashion designer using 3D printing to create nature inspired designs. Her latest collection is called Beeing Human.
Desktop Metal received $115 million in funding and by September this year, the first 3D printer will be available with the more expensive option ready for next year.
For Stacker Day in Argentina, Burger King partners with Atomic Labs to 3D print prosthetic hands; all the better to eat Whoppers with.
Researchers from ETH Zurich have developed an entirely soft artificial heart made with a 3D printing and lost-wax casting technique.
Charles Darwin University is acquiring the LightSpEE3D printer, reportedly faster and cheaper than any metal 3D printer on the market.
Aquapioneers is a Spanish start-up asking for funding for their open source, aquaponics kit which allows you to easily grow your own food.
Proving a small build volume is no limitation, Reddit user JayLuvLL has 3D printed an entire Iron Man costume using only his Up Mini.
Got an old PlayStation 3 in the attic or even planning on buying one? Hold on, here are the best PS3 accessories you can DIY or buy.
Canadian company Print the Future is launching a 3D printing chain, inviting customers to personalize purchases and print them in store.
LaChappelle is a young engineer who is using 3D printing to develop high-tech prosthetics for amputees with his company Unlimited Tomorrow.
Melbourne Chemical Engineering researchers are developing a gel which could prevent your phone screen from cracking and are using 3D printing.
Design students from Braunschweig University of Art and Audi reinvent the car seat with a dynamic 3D printed structure named Concept Breathe.