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Not only for Steampunk enthusiasts: two gold-plated dice in Steampunk design; made from stainless steel and produced using 3D printing technology.
Launzer announced their new 3D printed Batman Begins series of figurines that are to be made available at a low cost, worldwide.
The Moonicage Pen Holder is a cool and clever 3D printed accessory for your desktop.
The ceramic Bheard Sound Pod naturally amplifies and significantly improves the sound quality of the speakers in Apple or Samsung smartphones.
Online 3D printing service Imaterialise launches intriguing new material; a waterproof polyamide for objects that need to be submersible.
After launching a Kickstarter campaign last year, fashion designer Laura Thapthimkuna has finally completed her 3D printed Vortex Dress.
3D printed Bholdable Cup has a double-wall design and air buffers that cool your hands while keeping your drink hot.
Shapeways, Sculpteo, i.Materialise, Rinkak and 3D Hubs ship professional 3D printed goods to consumers. Here’s what you must know about their pros and cons.
The Shadow Cloud by Drzach and Suchy is a 3D printed art piece which casts unusual shadows depending on the angle of illumination.
Primal Crafts is a Danish jewelry brand which uses 3D printing to create beautiful pieces made from titanium, steel and precious metals.
Already bored of your Apple Watch's appearance? Jeremy Burnich designed a copper steampunk cover and used i.materialise to 3D print it.
3DShook offers an exclusive new collection of 3D printed jewelry, with licensed content from brands like Hello Kitty and Emily the Strange.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but you can still get some great 3D printer deals. Here are the best bargains we could find.
A Belgian fashion design student brought 3D printed glasses to his Fashion Academy runway. Could this be the future of how we make glasses?
A German physicist is hoping to reproduce the cockpit of a rare WWII warbird - the Ju 388 - from scratch using the power of 3D printing.