Unexpectedly, Prusa announced a significantly improved desktop 3D printer, the MK3.
Israeli 3D designer Asher Nahmias, aka Dizingof, has unexpectedly marked many incredible designs as free downloads.
This week’s selection is the very strange Aposema mask by Adidas Meyer, Silvia Rueda and Sirou Peng.
This is quite interesting: a new approach to enable 3D metal printing of metal alloys that were previously extremely difficult to use.
I realized something utterly fascinating about the 3D Face Reconstruction project we wrote on this week.
An announcement today triggered some thoughts about the importance of certifications for companies in the 3D metal printing market.
Market research firm IDTechEx predicts that the global market for 3D printing metals will hit $12 billion by 2028.
There’s been much ado about nanoparticle emissions from desktop 3D printers, but one solution may actually not be one.
Digital Metal, part of Sweden-based Höganäs AB, has now launched their incredible 3D metal printer, the DM P2500.
Going by their name, 3DMonstr must produce large 3D printers, but now they’re even larger.
Well, props to the mom’s of 1,000,000+ designers and engineers who, for reasons unbeknownst to them, gave a collective high-five from the sheer excitement of their sons and daughters learning SOLIDWORKS 2018 was indeed released and now available.
UK researchers have developed a very effective method of producing reasonably accurate 3D models from a single, 2D image.
Thingiverse constributor Aad van der Geest has proposed - and prototyped - a 3D printer add-on for continuous 3D printing.
Stella, a “Polyhedron Navigator” provides a way to very quickly generate almost any type of polyhedron.
Sarah Goldberg wears many hats.
One of the best cloud services for photogrammetry just changed itself around.
The emergence of easy making technologies has transformed many people into “makers”, but are there hidden dangers?
The “3D Printed Construction Partnership” has begun extruding a hotel/office in Copenhagen.
NASA announced they’re working on something called the “Refabricator”, and I’m wondering where this is going.