Stories about talented 3D Printing Designers and their work
Students from London's Bartlett School of Architecture developed a 3D printed mask which can change color depending on your facial expression.
Jamela Law is a "recyclopath" fashion designer using 3D printing to create nature inspired designs. Her latest collection is called Beeing Human.
'Kniterate' is an online platform and machine that 3D prints custom clothing - design and create your own knitted scarf easily.
Gerdesmeyer & Krohn, a German industrial and interior design studio, used 3D printing during the prototyping of their latest coffee set collection.
If you fancy a new table but aren't interested in conventional choices, you should consider this beauty. It was done with a technique called "explosion welding".
Researchers in Germany have created a "Protopiper"; a handy prototyping device that turns tubes of tape into sturdy 3D structures.
Parallel Goods is a new store selling 3D models for functional 3D printing. Behind the scenes, the team explains their design process to ALL3DP.
Nervous System is a team of MIT mathematicians and biologists with a passion in generative design and the materialization of fractals.
Virtual reality is gradually becoming a... reality. So what's next? A 3D printed holo pyramid for your smartphone? Short answer: YES.
Sprout allows for the repurposing of your old plastic milk jugs into useful watering cans. It’s easy to user, cheap and just brilliant.
After 800 years, the plain vanilla shirt button finally gets an upgrade. Welcome to the 21st century Button 2.0!
Steampunk art combines the best aspects of art and utility into something bigger than both. Steampunk Cube Gears is a prime example.
The anti-social iPhone Case: your ticket to improved efficiency, greater productivity, more meaningful relationships, economic stability... and world peace.
Purse enthusiasts unite! This elegant and portable travel hook is here to make your day better. Fits most tables or shelves. So: hang in there!
Tame the beast! Install these 3D printed wall cleats on every outlet in your home (they also make great handholds should gravity ever decide to reverse).
Vacuum cleaner, vases or a fully functional lawnmower: Hans Fouche adapts large-scale production printing for home usage. Meet his marvelous functional everyday objects.
3D printing personalization capabilities might soon make it possible to create wearable electronic devices that people will find useful and non-intrusive enough to actually want to ear them all the time