Potent Rope is an edible cannabis filament which can be made using a regular desktop 3D printer, but beware of contamination before munching.
Fender is offering a two new lines of in-ear monitors for very different price ranges and they're using 3D printing technology to do it.
Hauke-Scheer is offering everyone the chance to see their own head on a 3D printed action figure which can move better than most humans.
Researchers have used 3D printing to create a long lasting bioreactor. This new yeast-wrangling device could be a new way to create alcohol.
All3DP review the new iSUN3d LTP4.0 3D pen, an extremely safe and easy to use 3D pen with a low-temperature pen tip.
Neurotechnology has announced a patent-pending ultrasonic particle manipulation method which could completely transform manufacturing.
Another major 3D printing company joins the Net Neutrality Day of Action. "Without an open internet, there would be no Shapeways," says CEO.
Announcing the 3D Hubs Student Grant 2017 Winners, with three recipients chosen from over 449 applicants from 300 universities.
Today is the Net Neutrality Day of Action in the USA. Thingiverse joins other digital businesses to raise awareness of a critical issue.
So you've got yourself a 3D pen. What next? Time to get busy with some 3D pen templates for 3D pen art, using these great 3D pen stencils.
3D printing architecture models have become an interesting alternative. Learn how to easily 3D print your architectural models.
To promote their personal computing revolution, Linux PC maker System76 celebrated this year's Fourth of July with a Guy Tux 3D printed mask.
Online behemoth Google has just released Blocks, a new 3D modeling software that promises easy and accessible content creation for VR.
New York-based artist Jonathan Brand creates life-size 3D printed 1972 Honda CB500 motorcycle with just two Ultimaker 3D printers.
Learn all about the cutting edge and traditional variations of Hydro Dipping / Hydrographics -- and how to use them with 3D printed objects.
The MIT Camera Culture group uses just $150 worth of scanning equipment to capture a high-resolution 3D scan of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull.
Watch magazine Hodinkee and watchmaker Ressence have teamed up to create a one-off timepiece with a special 3D printed case.