3D printing technology is becoming indispensable to space travel. US company Rocket Crafters just got granted a patent on safe 3D printed rocket fuel. Next, they plan to build a booster rocket with it.
Available on Pinshape to download are blueprints for two 3D printed functional RC motorcycles, complete with a 3D printed moving rider.
Southern California-based company SprintRay takes major strides with their new DLP desktop 3D printer, the MoonRay S.
3D Graphene is a super strong material made from compressed and fused flakes of graphene, tested by MIT researchers using 3D printing.
The Sculpteo Bike Project is a road bike made with additive manufacturing, and its designers are currently riding it across the USA.
Millebot is a large scale 3D printer built into a shipping container to make additive manufacturing mobile and useful in a crisis.
This week 3D printer manufacturer Monoprice announced upgrades to its line of printers at CES 2107 in Las Vegas.
Elago just introduced an Apple Watch stand looking like a Classic Macintosh. Even better: Download a similar design and 3D print it for free.
French 3D printing service Sculpteo has developed Agile Metal Technology software which can improve the success rate of 3D printing metal.
Scientists from Columbia University have developed 3D printed hydrogel-based biobots that navigate through the body and directly deliver medication via external magnets.
At CES 2017, XYZprinting introduced its new da Vinci Nano 3D printer, adding another affordable and portable 3D printer to the market.
Researchers from the US and UK perfected a technique to grow a fully formed human ear using a patients' own stem cells.
Lulzbot announced the new pro "MOARstruder" tool head at CES 2017. With it, you can 3D print a lot faster without compromising too much on print quality.
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.
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.