What to do when the Armies of Darkness are looming on your doorstep? The 3D Prepper forgoes the boomstick and the chainsaw for a 3D printer.
Michigan police turn to 3D printing to solve an ongoing murder case. Can 3D printed fingerprints unlock a victim's smartphone?
The Mine Kafon Drone is an airborne demining system, developed to clear all land mines around the world in less than 10 years.
This gang of schoolkids have designed a 3D printed prosthetic boot for Purps the penguin. What have you achieved today?
University professor Adam Summers wants to create a library of 3D scans of the world's fish for research and 3D printing.
A rare red-crowned crane has received its very own 3D printed beak after breaking the upper part in a fight with another bird.
The Smithsonian partnered with Autodesk to 3D scan the Apollo 11 command module “Columbia", and have released 3D printable files online.
Poachers are the absolute scum of the earth. Conservationists have a new weapon to help fight them: 3D printed turtle eggs with GPS tracking.
Californian researchers unveiled a new way of imprinting sound qualities on objects. Their "acoustic voxel system" can be manipulated like Lego to create all kinds of sounds.
If you're interested in cosplay, this Sci-Fi inspired, "Elysium" themed 3D printed exoskeleton could be the perfect next build.
This is a 35% scale model of a Subaru engine, the EJ20 flat-four, which is not only 3D printable but also fully functional.
Dead battery blues when playing Pokémon Go? You’re not alone. Here’s a 3D printed Pokédex to work around the problem.
This robot massage therapist from Singapore uses 3D printed parts. It could be the perfect therapist... it'll never get tired of massaging (and listening) to you.
Researchers have created 3D printed biohybrid using sea slug muscle and a 3D printed exoskeleton. This experiment could help researchers and the environment alike.
A simple 3D printed solution to a complex problem could help reduce the anxiety of drivers and officers during traffic stops in the US.
3D printed foods have been around for a long time already, with both cheese and chocolate extruded into yummy snacks, but now a new restaurant is hitting London on an interesting mission.
New company Carbon promises to take professional 3D printing to a new level with new materials and a significant speed boost. All3DP’s columnist Rachel Park takes a deeper look.