BigBox3D is looking for a 3D mascot design for their new BIGBOX open source 3D printer, but it seems that they’ve upset some designers along the way.
Research at engineering giant Siemens seems to be developing a kind of mobile 3D printing robot.
It was just the other week when I described how to watch the TAZ 6 “grow up”, and now it’s been launched
Prototyping. An overused buzzword? A misunderstood concept? A noun, a verb, and an adjective? Prototyping is a philosophy. Actually, prototyping is the philosophy when it comes to making top notch designs in today’s hyper competitive market.
Growing 3D print conglomerate 3DPrintler is working on a strange chatbot interface to their 3D print service pricing comparison engine.
Researchers at Northwestern University have used a 3D printing technique called “projection micro-stereo-lithography” to create incredibly complex lenses.
Long ago, we all heard promise of using a personal 3D printer to fix stuff around home. But how real did it turn out?
This is part 2 of a two-part series exploring the fate of a 3D printing startup. You can find part 1 here.
I’ve noticed several comments and queries about our recent post comparing Carbon’s M1 to UNIZ’s SLASH and thought I’d clarify some aspects.
I’ve been pondering who was behind the rescue of 3D model repository Pinshape, and now we know who it is.
A bizarre project from Autodesk Labs investigates whether one can generate new physical interfaces for old appliances: They Can!
This is part 1 of a two-part series exploring the fate of a 3D printing startup.
I’m viewing a very curious video from Tokyo-based ENOMOTO, who seem to have developed a 3D printer that can print in many directions.
The commercial 3D printer that recently arrived on the International Space Station is now operating!
This week’s selection is artist Nick Clark’s Project Porygon collection.
Industry consultant SmarTech has produced a report focusing on low-cost 3D printers and makes claims about the desktop 3D printer market.
Readers may recall that 3D printing giant recently installed a brand new CEO. Now we know his motivations.
I’m looking today at an interesting 3D print service startup called Fictiv.
With the huge increase of interest in metal 3D printing, you’d wonder why Stratasys, perhaps the largest 3D printing company in the world, doesn’t yet offer metal 3D printers.
Today there are hundreds, if not thousands, of companies operating across the 3D printing industry, all motivated by the potential of additive technologies and/or the commercial opportunities that they offer.