This past year was the biggest in 3D printing history with several notable trends.
FormFutura announced a new line of 3D printer filaments that could prove very useful to personal 3D printer operators.
Prodways, the company that made a massive high-resolution DLP 3D printer, now has a viscous material printer.
We noticed several rather unusual 3D printing filaments are now available for you to try out.
Keyence took a big step towards worldwide sales recently by launching their product outside of Japan.
One of the key metal 3D printing vendors is Arcam. How have they been doing lately?
We spent some time discussing the state of the universe with XYZPrinting.
A video of Autodesk’s new high-resolution 3D printer has been released.
This week’s selection is the frightening Dragon Doorhandle by Kai Bracher.
It seems there are an awful lot of 3D print services available today - but can they all survive?
People who are new to personal 3D printing sometimes learn the hard way that you must design for purpose.
The CERAMAKER 3D printers from 3DCeram are able to print ceramic components.
YouMagine has opened an unusual 3D printing challenge, with the prize being an Ultimaker Original.
Solidoodle announced some terrific new machines earlier this year, but shipping them has proven difficult.
3D Systems has announced that it has successfully outfitted Derby the dog with 3D printed prosthetics, allowing him to run down the street for the first time ever.
One 3D printer owner has devised a simple method of solving the “wet filament” problem.
A new industrial 3D printer from OK International and partner Tiertime could shake things up in company labs.
A project by Poland’s Fucco Design created replicas of large church figurines in wood.
With many people wondering whether MakerBot is moving towards a proprietary filament solution, we went to the top to get answers.
A UK-based service offers a way to transform an idea into a printed 3D model. This is the way it's going to be for quite a while.