A desktop 3D printer could allow easy ceramic 3D printing at home.
WASP has partnered with Honda to develop a new process using 3D printed clay.
Researchers in Austin have developed a method of successfully 3D printing a soil mixture, but it’s not as easy as it sounds.
I’m reading a story on FastCompany about a 3D printed reef project, and wondering if this was the correct solution.
We talk a lot about 3D printers, but most use plastic or resin materials.
Since we last looked at the PotterBot two years ago, it seems there have been many improvements.
A startup company has launched a 3D printer specifically designed for clay 3D printing.
Italy-based WASP has been experimenting with their building-sized BigDelta 3D printer.
In a tiny workshop located in a repurposed aging factory in Eindhoven lies one of the most interesting 3D printers in the world: Olivier van Herpt’s ceramic 3D printer.
WASP is set to display what might be the largest multi-function 3D printer in the world: the DeltaWASP 3MT.
A new style of 3D printer filament is being developed by Adam Beane Industries that will enable you to post-process your print by sculpting.
Poland-based TYTAN 3D has developed the Gaja Multitool – a 3D printer with up to ten different heads for a variety of functions.
The goal of Italy-based WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project) is to enable “zero mile” homes, 3D printed with local materials. Now they seem to have created the hardware to do so.
Italy’s WASP project has developed a new, high-resolution clay 3D printer.
The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) of Barcelona has developed a set of experimental robots capable of building clay structures.
Need something 3D printed in clay? Something very large? If so you’ll want to check out the WASP project from Italy. WASP is actually an acronym, standing for World’s Advanced Saving Project. Their goal is to be able to build homes in third world countries with advanced technology like 3D printing, yet use… Continue reading The WASP Project 3D Prints Clay