A report in Digital Trends describing how a shipwreck was recreated by 3D scanning and printing suggests some possibilities of the technology in archaeology.
In this video, we’ll build on last week’s hex nut code to add a drop-down list of standard metric nut sizes.
3D printer manufacturer Tinkerine has launched a new version of their online university, Tinkerine U.
This week we proposed the idea of buying used 3D printers instead of new, but how can you keep them running?
In spite of the efforts of the major 3D printing industry companies to grow their empires around the world, there is still much opportunity for regional players to emerge.
Caitlin Oswald is an Additive Manufacturing Specialist at LAI International – Leading Advanced Innovations.
Long-time 3D print artist Eric van Straaten of the Netherlands is attempting something unique for artists in this field: obtaining his own color 3D printer.
This application of 3D printing resonates strongly with me, and it may with you as well: replacing a stolen logo.
I’m looking at a plastic I haven’t seen before for 3D printing: PCL.
Netherlands-based Innofil3D has released a video showing their new “Pro1” 3D printer filament that has some very strong characteristics.
WASP is set to display what might be the largest multi-function 3D printer in the world: the DeltaWASP 3MT.
Maker’s Tool Works announced the release of the MTW Create 3D printer kit.
This week’s selection is the educational “Solar System” by Luis Cordoba.
Cloud-based 3D print management service 3DPrinterOS announced they’ve moved their processing to Microsoft’s Azure cloud service.
An experiment by researchers at the University of Copenhagen attempted to persuade an A.I. to create a 3D model from scratch. It did.
Italy-based WASP’s medical arm has developed an orthopedic corset, demonstrating the company’s shift towards 3D print applications.
Local Motors announced a new transportation concept based partly on 3D printing: Olli, the autonomous transportation solution.
When the first 3D printer in space landed at the International Space Station (ISS), it could 3D print with ABS, the plastic found in LEGO bricks.
Taiwan-based BotFeeder has launched a new “reflective” 3D printer filament on Indiegogo.
This is a big deal: a company has figured out how to perform automated operations on 3D printers.