Origami, which comes from the Japanese words ori meaning “folding” and kami meaning “paper”, is a pretty niche field which requires dedication, delicate hands, and a lot of free time.
A new 3D printer enclosure product portends a change in the future.
The race is on to achieve ISO 13485!
SpaceX’s Elon Musk executed an “Ask Me Anything” session this week on Reddit, and revealed something interesting about their 3D printing use.
MakePrintable announced an interesting integration with Cura that should make life much easier for many 3D printer operators.
Amy Karle uses the mind, body, science, and technology to create art.
MakerBot has just announced a very interesting new program they call MakerBot Labs, which harkens back to their origins.
I’m fascinated by Formlabs’ venture into the dental industry, which just got a lot deeper.
HP held an analyst event earlier in which they made some announcements that caused a bit of a tumble on the stock market.
We obtained some additional information about the very interesting and brand new 3D printer filament drying system from Mass Portal.
The current craze for intelligent voice commands is getting more sophisticated, but what happens when it works with your 3D printer?
Today we’re looking at another desktop 3D printer option for professionals, the large CreatorBot 3D Pro Series II.
This week’s selection is the very practical “The HIVE” Stackable Drawers by engineer Dan O'Connell of Philadelphia.
With the increase in set top options for desktop 3D printers, I’m wondering what might go wrong.
There’s an interesting long term pattern emerging now in 3D metal printing, and I’m wondering where it might be going.
An interesting Kickstarter appeared this week offering a multi-mode making machine at a pretty low price.
Illinois-based 3D printing startup Impossible Objects has received a hefty amount of cash.
Since its founding in 2014, 3DSIM has been on a mission to address problems of quality and repeatability in metal additive manufacturing
Additive Industries is set to establish a major presence in California to dramatically enter the US market.
GE is deep into 3D metal printing, as readers know, but now we can get a glimpse of what’s going on inside their workshops.