This week’s selection is the questionably useful, but totally admirable Mini 3D Printed Hammock by Instructables contributor jayleenli.
Charles Goulding, Jr. considers safety when it comes to 3D printing for our pets.
Additive manufacturing enabled the development of a revolutionary device for cleaning dogs.
DiveDesign and Bionic Pets utilize nTopology to design end-use 3D printed parts for applications that don’t require mass manufacturing and instead would benefit from smaller-scale productions.
Every dog has his day.
3D printing is currently changing the human healthcare industry. Could veterinary medicine be next?
Finally there’s a way to easily create 3D printed dogs!
3D Systems has announced that it has successfully outfitted Derby the dog with 3D printed prosthetics, allowing him to run down the street for the first time ever.
No, we’re not talking about 3D printing ACTUAL PETS; no, we mean 3D printed sculptures of your pets.