Fancy a 3D printed robot for your home? Here’s a list of the best 3D printed robots you can 3D print in one go, assemble or even buy as a kit.
BCN3D Technologies announce the BCN3D Moveo, an open source 3D printed robot arm developed with the Catalonian Department of Education.
Enjoyed the Power Rangers movie reboot? Want to make something to commemorate it? Then download and 3D print your favorite Power Ranger helmets for free.
Looking for a fun project that suits the needs of kids and their parents? Here are the best DIY robot kits for kids to 3D print.
Want to see a 3D printed robot scorpion? This modular hexapod from Ghent University is sure to grab your attention.
MIT researchers make it easy to build robots with a system called Interactive Robogami so you can design, print and assemble in five hours.
Scientists have invented the Pleurobot, a 3D printed robot that mimics the way salamanders walk and swim with unprecedented detail.
If you've ever wondered how a 3D printed sausage robot would hold up in a fight, then behold the meaty glory that is Neon Brown.
Robotica, a gorgeous ball-jointed doll, is our new Thing of the week. The design is free, you can either print it yourself or order the parts.
Ai Build showcases Daedalus Pavilion at the GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam, a 3D printed structure built by intelligent robots.
Tend.ai robotic arm runs a 3D printing farm like a pro. It can replace filament, read screens, remove prints, and use machine learning to keep getting better.
Spider-like robots which are equipped with 3D printing technology have been developed which work together to construct complex structures and surfaces.
Columbia Engineering researchers develop breakthrough in robotics with 3D printed soft muscles, three times stronger than natural muscles.
Artist Alonso Martinez develops 3D printed life-like robots for a project which explores how simple designs can have a big personality.
Atropos is a 6-axis robot arm which can 3D Print Fiberglass Composites and could make printing buildings a lot easier and quicker.
MIT has developed "Programmable Viscoelastic Materials" which can be 3D printed to make soft skins and work as shock absorbers.
Developed by a team of researchers at Harvard University, the Octobot is a 3D printed robot octopus that powers itself by chemical reactions.