This year, Vancouver local Megan Barker explored a new dimension in festivity; she used her 3D printer to create all her Christmas presents.
The Programmable Box is a flexible programming platform based on the Arduino processor, with numerous ways to teach coding concepts to kids.
The VANINA jewelry line explores the synergy between sustainability and fashion. Their latest creation involves 3D printed paper leaves.
The Nevada-based drone company has partnered with 7-Eleven to delver hot food, Slurpees, medicine, and more to local customers.
Olympia Entertainment worked with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to illustrate new District Detroit area with large-scale 3D printed models.
Maker Sexy Cyborb has created another masterpiece -- the "Pi-Palette" is a "pentesting computer" hidden away in a cosmetic case.
Facial reconstruction experts at Liverpool John Moores University have created detailed 3D digital images of the Scottish king, Robert the Bruce.
For their 3D Knitted Armchair, the Swedish retail giant is using a digital knitting process to create complex and lightweight furniture.
Survivors of landmine blasts may soon benefit from 3D printed synthetic bone thanks to a £2.8m research grant at the University of Glasgow.
New pedestrian bridge designed by the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) is 3D printed with micro-reinforced concrete.
With just some parts and a 3D printer, you can build an iconic Mini Commodore PET - with a retro greenish LED dot matrix to display the messages you want.
After launching a Kickstarter campaign last year, fashion designer Laura Thapthimkuna has finally completed her 3D printed Vortex Dress.
VHM Fonderie uses Stratasys’ PolyJet 3D printing technology to create master models for the sand casting of manufacturing tools.
A 3D printed Zelda map? That’s quite an unusual thing even by retro gamer standards. That it was made with Minecraft gives it an even cooler touch.
Remember the Fidget Cube? The Kickstarter gizmo everyone went crazy about? Now there’s Twiddle Cube, an affordable competitor. But we found a lot of disturbing information on it.
The new report from Spearhead Acuity Business Research & Consulting shows that healthcare-driven 3D printing technology will expand rapidly.
Autodesk Research has developed a software that turns 3D prints into wind instruments. Just tweak mouthpieces and finger holes in the Printone software - and you’re ready to play.