Our weekly roundup of the latest 3D printer projects live on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Which Kickstarter 3D printer is worthy of your support?
PocketMaker, a newly launched Indiegogo campaign hopes to develop pocket-sized desktop 3D printing at an extremely affordable price.
Science & technology projects benefit from crowdfunding. But 3D printed medicine? For unwary backers there may be a bitter pill to swallow. Crowdfunding has brought us all kinds of 3D printed magic: Print2Taste, the Morpheus, and so many more. It basically never stops surprising. Now, we are being tempted with the possibility of perfectly proportioned […]
Nex Band is a programmable wristband with five 3D printed buttons you can hack. If you can dream it, Nex can probably do it.
Fabulous bees need fabulous, sustainable 3D Printed Beehives. HiveHaven was making great strides, but now they've put the project on hold. What happened?
3D printing is already a big part of the toy car industry... soon it will be a lot more with 3D Racers and Materialise.
Easiscoop and Easispread are self-heating kitchen utensils coming to IndieGoGo soon after creators developed prototypes with Proto Labs.
Ohmni is a robot developed using Printrbot 3D printers which will make speaking to family easier, no matter where in the world you are.
New company Skelmet uses 3D scanning and printing to make custom sunglasses that fit perfectly and don't weigh heavily on your face.
Aimed at the STEM sector, ULIO is a 3D printer which can be 3D printed. All3DP spoke to creator Joseph Issa to learn more about the project.
Looks like a toy, behaves like a professional: 3D printable toy robot "Marty" helps anyone, especially kids, explore the field of robotics.
If there's a specific place in the world which means a lot to you, puzzle it out with a 3D printed LOGIPLACES geographical brain teaser.
Crowdfund at your own risk. With PayPal eliminating "Purchase Protection", will Kickstarter and Indiegogo projects become even more risky?
Science & technology projects benefit from crowdfunding. But 3D printed medicine? For unwary backers there may be a bitter pill to swallow.