In the forests of Denmark, you can find a home that was "printed" and put together by just two people, without the use of any heavy machinery.
Today, Stratasys announced the Mojo 3D Print Pack, the market's lowest-priced professional-grade complete 3D printing system.
The Printxel has been fully funded at Kickstarter. Although the first 25 of the $300 kits sold out, the good news is that they are taking orders for another run.
It seems that Objet may have a sort-of secret multi-color 3D printer they'd had hidden from us. And it might even be announced tomorrow, through Stratasys.
Bespoke Innovations produce what they call Bespoke Fairings™, which are specialized, custom-designed coverings that surround an existing prosthetic leg. Great TED video in story.
The founder and CEO of Materialise, Wilfried Vancraen, made a TEDx presentation in March, where he discussed ways in which 3D Printing is transforming our world for the better.
MIT's Neri Oxman discusses how 3D printing is revolutionizing art and design, and shows her eighteen 3D printed works now in exhibition in Paris.
Designers from Loughborough University are using 3D scanning and 3D printing to restore relics in Beijing's Forbidden City.
Diego Porqueras is trying to raise $42,000 on the crowdsourcing website, Kickstarter, for his 3D printer he calls the Bukobot. This is worth a look.
Dominic Wilcox challenged a 3D printer to a duel of sorts, Watch the video to see if he or the 3D printer won.
Gian Pablo and crew 3D print a section of the S.F. Bay Bridge so they could work on creating a lighting attachment for the Bay Lights Project.
Congratulations go out to MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis, who has won a Disruptive Innovation Award from the Tribeca Film Festival.
The 3D4D Challenge wants to know if you have a transformational idea that could leverage 3D printing to deliver real social benefits to the developing world.
The Stratasys website teases that on May 8, 2012, "Something's Coming," and to check back on that day for some big 3D printing news. What is it?
In this video, the UAV's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering work on their Final Project, with a 3D printed 2D printer called the HooPrint.