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Tuning 3D printing speed can be tricky: If it's too slow, prints take forever, but if it's too fast, prints fail. Where is the sweet spot? Let's find out!
Is the speedy Nexa3D NXE400 good enough to transform manufacturing? We visited Nexa3D's headquarters to review their 3D printer and find out.
Four finalists have been announced for the first Women in 3D Printing Innovator Award, which was set up to recognize women in 3D printing.
Björn Lindwall is the founder and CEO of SolidEngineer, a Swedish software and consulting company, who decided to climb Mount Everest using 3D printed gear.
A designer has developed a 3D printed robot that can auto-adjust its height to maneuver a wide range of spaces.
A new Star Wars trailer has been out weeks, and already the 'net has nailed a 3D printable model of the trilogy's Ewok equivalent, the Porg.
Researchers from Virginia Tech showcased a 3D printing device called Source Form that uses crowdsourced data to create objects based on requests. Could it make STL files redundant?
The University of South Australia is using 3D printed feet and a blend of icing sugar and chicken stock to create realistic foot ulcers to teach podiatry students how to treat high-risk foot conditions.
Xometry, a Maryland-based marketplace for custom manufacturing, is seeking nominees for its first Xometry Engineering Student of the Year Competition.
A free new study, published by German Bundesumweltamt, discusses the benefits and potential environmental and health challenges of 3D printing technologies.
The Italian 3D printing manufacturer tested its new range of ceramic 3D printers on a remake of Michelangelo’s famous David sculpture.
The UK medical 3D printing company 3D LifePrints completes Series A funding round worth £500,000, and will use the investment to expand the number of embedded medical 3D printing hubs across NHS hospitals and academic institutions.
Using a chemical to computer-automated design approach, University of Glasgow researchers propose a 3D printing production method that enables the localized creation of pharmaceutical drugs quickly at a low cost.