Dyze Design has some interesting new hardware.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print soft, bio-electronic sensors that directly integrate with the body
Hexagon announced a new 3D sensor that could have implications on the future use of additive manufacturing technology.
This week’s selection is the outrageous Air Filtration System by software engineer Mike Buss.
Sometimes “field testing” is very literal, as Argonne National Laboratory’s recent work with a 3D printed weather station highlights.
Prusa Research announced they’ve upgraded their current lineup of desktop 3D printers — but only slightly.
Authentise has teamed up with Addiguru to bring in-processing monitoring into its additive manufacturing workflow.
Intel announced a new 3D depth sensor, the RealSense LIDAR Camera L515, and we examine the possibilities of using this device for 3D scanning.
3D printers emit VOCs — volatile organic compounds. Do you need a sensor to detect them? We examine a proposed DIY solution.
Occipital announced the upcoming availability of a new iPad-based 3D sensor, the Structure Sensor (Mark II).
MIT’s new robotic 3D scanning system uses a unique gel touch sensor to capture extreme surface detail. The robot’s scan results are fantastic!
Research is underway to identify ways to 3D print fully functional objects.
nScrypt, a manufacturer of industrial 3D printers and bioprinting tools, has announced the ability to 3D print medical implants with embedded circuits and sensors.
I’m looking at a new product that hopes to break into the 3D printer market, the alignG.
Korea-based ANTCLABS has released a very inexpensive sensor that could enable your 3D printer to include auto-leveling.