New application by Cubichain Technologies encrypts data of 3D printable parts, storing information on highly secure Blockchain networks.
Michigan police turn to 3D printing to solve an ongoing murder case. Can 3D printed fingerprints unlock a victim's smartphone?
A team out of the University at Buffalo has developed PrinTracker, a system that traces 3D prints back to their source machine. Considering the recent 3D printed gun controversy, the arrival of the technique seems timely.
Credit card skimming is a disease. Meet the cure. The New York City Police Department is testing a "skim reaper" to detect and prevent credit card fraud. It's based on a 3D printed prototype by researchers from the University of Florida.
Researchers are developing 3D Forensics technology to capture high-resolution 3D images of shoeprints in snow and soil.
After 3D printed fingers failed to unlock a murder victim's smartphone, researchers resorted to using traditional 2D printing instead.
Security company G4S says criminal gangs are using 3D printed security devices to steal cargo, and the crimes are impossible to detect.