New research into molecular robotics hints at a possible future method of building objects.
This week’s selection is “RobBob” a mechanical robot head with two degrees of freedom, by JBV Creative.
A large concrete bridge has been successfully 3D printed in the Dutch city of Nijmegen.
A California company seems to have figured out how to take construction 3D printing to the next level.
This week’s selection is the ridiculous Spring Loaded Toothbrush Case by Cults contributor CooknAdam.
A news release from Purdue University indicates the institution has been quietly developing new methods of automated construction.
MIT has developed a device that can literally produce a fully functional object in one step, with no human intervention.
This week’s selection is “Designing 3D Printers” by Neil Rosenberg.
This week’s selection is “Essential Skills for Scale Modelers” by Aaron Skinner.
For years there have been two types of 3D printers: kits and assembled. I no longer think that is the case.
There seems to have been a distinct change in the nature of desktop 3D printer kits over the years. We propose a new naming convention to indicate this.
RepRap Ltd is working on a very interesting idea to produce a kind of universal assembly robot, capable of building arbitrary structures.
New research from the University of Stuttgart demonstrates the possibility of using an assembly technique for 3D printing.
We chatted with ESSENTIUM’s CEO, Blake Teipel to find out more about their strategy and the latest developments.
What to know more about the Snapmaker 3D printer? This post reviews the popular 3D printer kit.
This week’s selection is “Build Your Own CNC Machine” by James Floyd Kelly and Patrick Hood-Daniel.
The White Knight 3D printer is one of a long line of 3D printers developed by need.
I’ve been reading more stories about 3D printed construction projects, and have realized something fundamental.
One of the most important applications of 3D printing is the production of jigs.