I’m reading some recent pieces analyzing the stock prices of publicly traded 3D printing companies and I’m having a hard time believing what I’m reading.
A newly invented process could enable large-scale use of nano-printed metal materials.
There are many companies producing materials for 3D printing applications, but this one has an interesting speciality: custom materials.
Sweden-based BLB Industries has produced a massive 3D printer to join the growing ranks of meter-sized devices on the market.
Metal 3D printing enables the production of new, more efficient and intricate geometries, with the potential to reduce costs and increase the performance of a given product.
A few 3D printer manufacturers have integrated different making tools into their devices, but the new Versa3D from CreateAll seems to go a lot farther.
While much of the world watches the 3D printer testing by NASA, there’s another space 3D printer in the works.
Our team got a chance to take a close look at the ZMorph Multitool 3D printer.
When it comes to designing that next great product – be it the latest device for a major client or your first side project
For several years now, we’ve all seen those inexpensive “3D Pens” that are for some reason thought related to 3D printing. I think not.
Stealth 3D printer startup Rize3D today released details on their new device, the Rize One, which has a unique approach to handling support structures.
You might think you need to fuel a 3D printer with plastic or resin and you’re good to go. But there’s something else you should be very concerned about: power.
Over the last month or so I have found myself once again increasingly frustrated at the nonsensical hype being spouted from some quarters about ‘3D printing’.
BuildTak has become a very popular solution to hold down prints on otherwise uncooperative desktop 3D printers, but now they’ve come up with a new approach.
Skriware launched late last year with a reasonably successful Kickstarter campaign, but where are they now?
Creative Commons recently held a workshop to identify ways to move forward in providing better ways to license 3D content.
The technology of 3D printing is developing rapidly and has enabled many innovations across various industries.
Emendo, a STL file repair utility from Avante Technology, boasts a dramatic processing speed up of ten times over the previous version.
We took a look at 3D printers from Russia recently, but the interesting part of the story isn’t the hardware.
This week’s selection is the incredible Subaru WRX EJ20 Boxer Engine functional model designed by Eric Harrell of Santa Cruz, California.