Automaker Tesla could use a new 3D printable steel alloy to build electric vehicles in the future.
A stray career posting at Tesla has ignited the stocks of certain 3D printer manufacturers.
The emergence of 3D printing as a manufacturing solution during the COVID-19 crisis now implies bold actions be taken.
3D printed parts have been found inside a brand-new Tesla Model Y, and there’s a very good reason for them to be there.
This week’s selection is the 3D printed Telsa Phone Charger by engineer Stephen Holmstead.
How hard is it to design the new Tesla Cybertruck in 3D? One designer tried to do so in Blender.
This week’s selection is the Tesla Earthquake Machine by Integza.
This week’s selection is “Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future” by Ashlee Vance.