What is 3D printing? This fast, efficient object printing process has become a core part of multiple industries, and plenty of at-home hobbies. But what exactly is it, and how does it work? We're going to go over what 3D printing is, the…
Made In Space has unveiled a more durable 3D printer plastic to use on the International Space Station. This sturdier material could allow astronauts to eventually print parts and potentially even entire satellites in orbit.
Taiwan's T3D is showing off a new 3D printer that uses light-sensitive resin and your smart device's screen to print out 3D objects. It will go on sale later this year for a fairly affordable price of $299.
Just fork over the money for a newfangled 3D printer? If so, try out one of these 3D printables so you can save precious filament and make something actually useful. After all, a life-size Death Star model only gets you so far.
MakerBot has unveiled a series of new printers, the Replicator+ and Replicator Mini+, offering larger prints, faster speeds, and quieter volumes. The printers were unveiled alongside new MakerBot apps and a new filament.
Nano Dimensions and stem cell researcher Accellta have reportedly run successful lab tests on a 3D-printing prototype capable of printing using stem cells. The breakthrough could pave the way for further bioprinting innovation.
During CES 2016, 3D printing manufacturer Ultimaker pulled back the veil on two new 3D printers; the upgraded Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+, both of which feature improved reliability and increased control.
Instead of waiting for prices on 3D printers to drop, you can build your own for less than $100. The step-by-step build is detailed by Gigafide, an experienced maker known for his popular DIY YouTube channel Tinkernut.
The modern 3D printer is made for more than the just the hobbyist. They now come in a host of sizes, shapes, and printing styles, each suited for a different purpose. Here, we break down how we go about testing our review units.
Twins Chris and Nick Fryer love technology, and by using their knowledge and a 3D printer, they have made everything from drones to robotic pets. What's inspirational is they're both in wheelchairs and only have movement in their fingertips…
UberBlox takes a Lego-influenced approach to building serious machinery. Using metal bars, connectors, and various customizable components, the kit allows builders to make their own 3D printers, robots, CNC machines, and more.