3D printed furniture doesn’t have an organic feel. Now are the "Eggform" designs from 3DiTALY, which allow everyone to create furniture.
Sicilian design studio Livrea have been researching new ways to utilize 3D printing for final parts in the actual full-size yachts.
What do Turboroo, Buttercup and Cleopatra have in common? These pets all have 3D printed prosthetics, which help them lead a better life.
Using 3D printing technologies, the Italian company WASP seeks to find the most efficient and cost-effective ways to produce buildings in Central Africa.
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".
These are the first extraterrestrial prints ever: NASA printed 14 different designs and built a total of 21 items plus some calibration coupons. Now they are back on earth... Read more here!
Nothing in the world is cooler than a personalized PEZ dispenser. Indonesian 3D selfie company SugaCube makes this fans dream possible.
The possible future of order delivery lies in two words (or is it a number, a letter, and a word or a number, an abbreviation, and a word?): 3D Printing.
Want to know what’s happening at these "3D Printshows"? Take a look at our in-depth-coverage from the small, but exquisite 3D Printshow Berlin.
Leveraging its 3D printing expertise, italian company HSL created the .exnovo brand for home decorations, and .bijouets is for personal accessories.
e-Nable lets you make hand prostheses at a total cost of about 50 euro, that is the cost of the plastic material plastic to be used in any home 3D printer.
Vacuum cleaner, vases or a fully functional lawnmower: Hans Fouche adapts large-scale production printing for home usage. Meet his marvelous functional everyday objects.
3D printing personalization capabilities might soon make it possible to create wearable electronic devices that people will find useful and non-intrusive enough to actually want to ear them all the time
3D printable toys marketplaces are growing fast offering anything from tanks and robots to digital dollhouses.
3D printing is already a big part of the toy car industry... soon it will be a lot more with 3D Racers and Materialise.
What will 3d printing hold for the future? We asked Rachel Park, an accomplished freelance writer and editor focusing on 3D printing and associated technologies.
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