3D printed cars make all the headlines... but what about 3D printed motorcycles? Let's take a look at three fascinating new projects.
SuperMansion is a new comedy show made using 3D printed stop-motion animation. Oh, and it stars Bryan Cranston. You might have heard of him?
DIY Drones are steadily conquering the market with increasing number of applications and 3D printing helps speed up the process.
A bit of compassion, some adhesive tape and a 3D printer turned a decidedly “sighted” puzzle game into custom Rubik’s Cube for the blind.
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.
Pretty princess Barbies are old hat. Future Barbie has 3D printed Barbie armor, shield, and a cool realistic Retiarius gladiator net.
Twinkind is a leading player in the 3D selfie market. We interview CEO Timo Schaedel about their Venurate crowdseeding appeal.
You just wrapped your head around 3D printing and it’s possibilities? Here comes 4D printing. And it makes printing even more futuristic.
Kickstarter campaign Reifi turns music into an unique art piece. You can even make the 3D printed statues come to life on your smartphone.
3D Printing is slowly, but surely, coming on as a massive technology. We are only at the precipice of it. Here’s how it changes the world.
Exclusive interview with Amir Mansouri, SprintRay Co-Founder & Engineer, about their success on Kickstarter with the MoonRay 3D printer.