Wohlers Associates and Materialise are offering a three-day course on design for additive manufacturing (DfAM) in Leuven, Belgium.
When learning about additive manufacturing, 3D printing concepts can be easily explained though 3D printed models. Try it for yourself.
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Visually impaired students may miss out on cringy sex education videos, but 3D printed sex-ed organs can help them learn through touch.
Need a new door handle? These “metamaterial mechanisms” developed at the Hasso-Plattner-Institut are functional objects without moving parts.
Reynold Poernomo has blended art and science in a beautiful fusion to create a 3D printed croquembouche that’s fully baked. How did he do it?
Your small business needs top quality 3D-printed objects to sell. Here’s how to ensure your customers will get the best possible service.
There’s a revolution happening in education, driven by 3D printing technology like the 3Doodler Pen. A music teacher shares her experiences.
Big round of announcements from MakerBot, including a new MakerBot Replicator+, new filaments, and new apps for professionals and educators.
Monash University in Australia has created the first commercially available kit of realistic, full-color 3D printed cadavers for studying human anatomy.
The 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity is marked with a 3D printed book called “Genius: 100 Visions of the Future”.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano, California 3D printed these awesome masks for a stage production of The Lion King.
Announced at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Samsung Electronics partners with MakerBot to bring 3D printers to classrooms across Europe.
Researchers from University of California, Riverside developed a 3D printed LEGO style modular system for chemistry and biology instruments.
These 3D printed speaker kits from Kitronik are not just useful for learning about electronics; they’ll get the party started too.