A Belgian insurance company offers clients the option to back up their keys with printable files.
The 2013 winners of the 3D Printers for Peace contest all developed creative and helpful printable solutions.
The Zim 3D printer fits a lot into a small package: dual printing, wifi, on board slicing, and even a camera.
The Open Hand Project on Indiegogo aims to produce a dexterous 3D printed prosthetic for less than $1000.
Max Bogue provides a video update of the final version of the 3Doodler, and while it’s not a 3D printer, it’s still a heck of a lot of fun.