This week’s selection is the enormous 3D printed store by London-based AI Build.
It’s that time of year once again: our annual survey awaits.
Robo has raised even more capital to expand their 3D printer manufacturing business.
Are you haunted by “stringies”? There’s an incredibly easy way to remove them.
In the early days, 3D printing was used almost exclusively for creating automotive prototypes for checking form and fit.
When you look deeply, you find things.
MakeX is taking the portability aspect of their new Migo desktop 3D printer a lot more seriously than we thought.
There’s been announcements of executive changes at a couple of notable 3D printing companies.
Before you get to work on the final product of your design, it’s in your best interests to make a prototype first, right?
Ultimaker announced two new products that are designed to meet customer demands.
Cincinnati (the company, not the city) has acquired NVBOTS.
Anisoprint is a 2.5 year old 3D printer startup from Russia, who offer a true carbon fiber device.
Our Chinese readership might have met with Naomi Wu at tradeshows and maker fairs in Shenzhen.
VSHAPER has demonstrated a new 3D printer that could point towards a tilted future of 3D printing.
Mass Portal continues to experiment with advanced 3D printing techniques.
Formlabs announced a new “color kit” for their equipment.
We ran into something entirely unexpected at FormNext: a machine that produces 3D metal printing powder on your desktop.
I’m looking at a very curious device, the Aether 1 3D printer, or is it a bio printer?
3D printing is still a mystery to some, with plenty of misunderstandings persisting.
This week’s selection is the startling Sculpture of Time by Japanese artist Akinori Goto.
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