Major Chinese smartphone maker has taken a big interest in additive manufacturing; leaked pictures show first look at the Xiaomi 3D printer.
OR Laser unveil the Orlas Creator, a new metal 3D printing system, at the Formnext trade show in Frankfurt, Germany.
Sainsbury's Christmas Advert joins other UK supermarkets in pulling heart strings this holiday season, but theirs uses 3D printed animation.
Porous 3D printed titanium hips can mimic the quality of real bones, and potentially extend the life of a hip replacement.
Patients with scoliosis can soon expect greatly improved spinal braces made with 3D printing technology instead of plaster molding.
This Hackaday Semifinalist uses 3D printing to improve education methods for tactile learners such as the visually impaired.
'Kniterate' is an online platform and machine that 3D prints custom clothing - design and create your own knitted scarf easily.
PocketMaker, a newly launched Indiegogo campaign hopes to develop pocket-sized desktop 3D printing at an extremely affordable price.
After being named the winner of the ISS Design Competition, Andy Filo’s satellite launcher to be 3D printed on the space station.
Are you excited for developing technologies merging into everyday life? Check out this 3D printed autonomous car and its drone.
3D printing is helping a large power plant in Berlin use electricity more efficiently to fuel Germany's thriving capital.
After unveiling their versatile robotic arm system in June, Tend.ai has now raised $2 million to continue its development. It allows you to monitor and control your machines.
Designer Eliza Wrobel created a Ferris wheel bookshelf, with shelves instead of passengers, putting interior design in strict rotation.
If you're constantly making mistakes with your 3D prints, you can use the ProtoCycler to turn failed prints or water bottles into filament.
Designed for search and rescue missions and sporting a 3D printed body and an Arduino heart, modular robot DTTO wins the Hackaday Prize 2016.
NYU receives $2.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to bring technology similar to the holodeck from Star Trek into reality.
London-based computing startup Pi-Top closed a £3.5million ($4.3M) Series A round of funding and continues to expand.