IC3D Printers has launched their annual toy drive, the 2022 3D Printed Toys for Tots campaign.
3D printing training program aims to help victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation prepare for a career in additive manufacturing.
MakerBot announced a significant donation of 3D printing gear to a series of nonprofits.
A new foundation has been established for engineers that needs your help.
The Glia Project is leveraging 3D printing to bring desperately-needed medical equipment to poor areas of the globe through an online service.
A new organization hopes to link makers with those requiring disability aids with a new service. Learn how to participate.
e-NABLE continues to expand its presence around the world, thanks to generous 3D printing companies.
Luxexcel has arranged to donate seventeen pairs of eyeglasses with 3D printed lenses.
A new non-profit venture hopes to unleash community 3D printing to power impactful initiatives.
I’m reading a fundraising campaign for a school’s 3D printer and had an idea.
One of the main reasons this blog exists is to promote and grow 3D printing technology. Today we’re announcing a new program to help make that happen.
Something really exciting is happening right now in the 3D printing industry. It’s called the Within Reach Design Challenge (#WithinReach3DP Challenge on social media).
When artist Brian Fender was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), his outlook on life was transformed.
A rather unusual project hopes to raise awareness of elephant mistreatment through 3D printing.
There’s a new 3D printing contest about to begin, but this one is a little different. The 3D4D Challenge is focused on charity. Organized by techfortrade and sponsored by 3D printer manufacturer MakerBot and 3D printing consultants Econolyst, the contest commences on May 1st. We can’t say much more about the 3D4D Challenge at… Continue reading The 3D4D Challenge
Design firm Freedom of Creation supported the fight against cancer by helping a popular fundraising event in France on 3 June this year. FOC manufactured a special clip for riders in the annual Alpe d’HuZes. The Alpe d’HuZes is a gruelling cycling event in which participants ride not once, but six times up a mountain… Continue reading 3D Printed Clip Carries Cyclists Up a Mountain
FABberz and the Live Architecture Network are collaborating on a new venture to bring design tools to students in Brazil. Their idea: produce collaborative designs with residents and students to improve housing conditions in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. They’ll be holding a series of workshops leading up to the 2016 Olympics, which are… Continue reading Designing Interface Architecture