Researchers from the University of Bristol developed a sonic tractor beam that anyone with a 3D printer can build.
Okay, this headline needs some explaining. A great retro-future 80s cyberpunk short film "Attack of the Cyber Octopuses" just went into production - with a lot of help of 3D printing.
Benchy, the popular 3D printer torture test, gets a LEGO makeover. Download it for free, print it and start building!
Researchers from MIT's CSAIL lab have developed the Foundry system. It breaks down the complexity of 3D printing with multiple materials.
At CES, HP unveiled the "Sprout Pro G2". This PC offers upgraded 3D scanning capabilities making it perfect for professional makers.
Medical cannabis has been tough for doctors to accurately prescribe, but this 3D printed cannabis inhaler created by the Tel Aviv-based startup Syqe Medical could be a promising solution.
Engineers at the US Army Research Lab can fabricate and deliver a mission-specific 3D printed UAV in just 24 hours.
Swiss watchmakers are slowly but surely adopting 3D printing as a way to cut costs in the making of bespoke pieces.
Designer Jed Hodson uses 3D printing technology and an Adafruit Mini Thermal Printer to create a task list maker for his Wunderlist app.
Got a noisy office, home or studio? These 3D printed sound absorbers will bring you professional results (and relief to your ears).
Spyker Workshop unveils his new and improved fully 3D printed snow blower, which is designed to attach to a remote controlled snow groomer.
The PFM-A5 v2.0 is a 3D printed paper airplane gun which can amazingly fold then fire up to 120 planes per minute.
Hackaday’s Al Williams shows us how to 3D print multi-color objects with a single extruder 3D printer - a very clever solution!
Polish design service Get Models Now uses 3D printing to produce an extravagant Baroque-styled picture frame for artists.
A homemade software called gDraw allows you to sketch a design in 2D and then create a G-Code file that can be 3D printed - perfect for thank you cards.
The co-founder of the 3D printing startup Toybox shares his plans to launch a citywide scavenger hunt for 3D printed toys in San Francisco.
A duo of British men calling themselves Team Unlimbited are helping change the lives of children all around the world - with some help from a 3D printer.