Printlab announced a a new assistive technology design challenge.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the challenging state of affairs in large scale manufacturing.
The award-winning students discuss project applications, inspirations, challenges and insights about the future of STEM events.
Startups employing to develop impactful applications are eligible for a major new award backed by big names and big prizes.
Charles Goulding Jr considers how geothermal energy might come together with growth in 3D printing.
Formnext’s 6th annual Start-up Challenge acknowledges budding additive manufacturing companies for their impressive ideas and innovative developments.
SME is sponsoring a major design challenge for students.
SelfCAD and MyMiniFactory have teamed up to host a friendly 3D design competition awarding 3D printers to the winners.
The fifth edition of the 3D Pioneers Challenge is welcoming innovative designs in this international competition.
Are you a student with an idea for a fantastic 3D printed part? If so enter Additive World’s Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2020.
Want to stay in a space habitat? One 3D printed space habitat is being offered to the public for short stays, but it’s located on Earth.
The prestigious 3D Pioneers Challenge has announced winners for the 2019 contest, awarding more than €40,000 to innovative projects.
3D model marketplace CGTrader is ready to celebrate its next design milestone and the designer who helps them reach it.
NASA’s four-year 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge has announced its top prizes.
The 2019 3D Pioneers Challenge is accepting entries in a €35,000+ design contest with a simple brief: push the boundaries.
The Make it Real challenge from GrabCAD is open: knick-knacks need not apply.
Additive World has opened up entries for the 2019 edition of the Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge.
A new contest highlights the growing problem of 3D printer waste.
NASA’s 3D printed challenge awarded prizes for phase 3.
The ongoing 3D print innovation challenge by NASA has awarded USD$400,000 to two entrants.
The winners of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017 have been chosen by a jury and there are some very interesting projects on the list.
A partnership between MatterHackers, e_NABLE, Aleph Objects and Pinshape has sponsored a worthy design challenge.
Every year a significant design contest takes place in Eindhoven
NASA has announced another 3D printing challenge, this time for K-12 students to develop medical technology for use on a potential Mars voyage.
In the city of Albany, NY, there will be something called a “Printathalon” taking place soon. But we think this is something that should happen everywhere.
RepRap Central is launching a difficult challenge to the 3D printer world.
Are robots (and 3D printers) taking over the world? Perhaps not yet, but the signs are clearly visible. Some may be concerned with this development, and one person, UK designer Dominic Wilcox, decided to challenge the evil machines with his bare hands! At the Milan Design Week, Wilcox challenged The Machines via Twitter and… Continue reading Human Races 3D Printer. Who Won?
One of the hugest proponents of innovation challenges has been the US military, and we’ve just uncovered a challenge sponsored by DARPA that’s underway right now. The prize: USD$50,000. The challenge: devise an algorithm to reliably predict the strength of digitally manufactured objects based on a series of input parameters. Here’s their description of the… Continue reading The Digital Manufacturing Analysis, Correlation and Estimation Challenge
Fabbaloo reader Jon writes: I have a pair of orthotic shoe inserts that are maybe a foot long and 4 inches wide. They are made out of a hard plastic. Do you think they can be scanned and “printed” in a softer, more rubbery plastic? … I switched health insurance companies and my new provider… Continue reading Jon Seeks a Service