Want to make some extra money with 3D printed items? How about selling on Amazon, eBay or Etsy? Here’s how you do it.
You want to immortalize your beloved pet? 3D printing service "PetPrints3D" allows you to create a high-quality 3D figurine just from photos.
A beautiful 3D selfie of the bridal couple as wedding cake topper makes your wedding unforgettable! Learn about 3D printed cake toppers.
You got your Mother’s Day presents in time? No? You forgot? Well, you still use your 3d printer. Here are some last-minute gift ideas.
How about a personal power station? This Stirling engine kit generates power from sun, your 3D printer and even your coffee cup.
Often looking for amazing, practical things to print, we're taking a look at the musical section of the 3d printed world. You can get them even if you don’t own a 3D printer.
Cooking of ideas to do some last minute Christmas shopping? Perhaps You don’t even need to leave the house.
If you can print with plastic, you also can print cement. Company BetAbram and Engineer Andrey Rudenko have interesting concepts to build your own "castle".
Makeis entered the huge toy market with a new 3D printed type of doll to compete with giants such as Mattel’s Barbie, the Winx or Disney’s Princesses
Bioprinting takes organic materials to form tissues and organs. Find out what‘s possible in this fascinating medical field today.
So you’ve decided to get yourself printed as a 3D figurine? There are 5 things you should consider before you go.
Dieter Pfaff is a specialist among specialists. As an animal orthopedist he can help pets to lead a normal life again.
3D printing becomes increasingly important in the fashion world. So, how about that luxurious 3D printed gown for $3000?
When it comes to smart dolls, Danny Choo is the guy to speak to. He’s currently evolving his "Doll Plus" into a fully grown, functional android.
Nothing in the world is cooler than a personalized PEZ dispenser. Indonesian 3D selfie company SugaCube makes this fans dream possible.
3D printing and scanning is used to help police solve a cold case. Investigators recreated the skull of a Jane Doe murder victim from 1970.
Inventor Onyx Ashanti presents a high-tech version of 3D printed shoes, which might change the way we think about footwear forever.