In this video, CBC News interviews Organovo’s CEO Keith Murphy to learn more about bioprinting, and in particular, how the quest to print an entire human liver is going.
A 90-minute lecture by Enrico Dini, the inventor of the D-Shape, the world’s largest 3D printer, with which he intends to someday build houses.
The new Amazon section on sells an assortment of printers, filament, software, parts, accessories and books.
Research firm McKinsey Global Institute estimates that 3D printing will generate a direct economic impact of $230 billion to $500 billion per year by 2025.
Travis Lerol, a 30 year old software engineer, printed his Liberator with $30 in material on a $1,300 3D Sytems Cube printer. He takes it to the range.
Neri Oxman, the founder and director of Mediated Matter Group, has a new initiative called the Silk Pavilion, which used 6,500 silkworms as a 3D printer of sorts. Kinda sorta. Beautiful to watch.
Carl Bass, president and CEO of Autodesk, has penned an excellent post on Wired about both the limits and the opportunities of 3D printing.
In this short video, Scott from The Tech Feed takes a look at three sick products he saw at Maker Faire Bay Area 2013.
botObject’s upcoming ProDesk3D has raised a stir in the 3D printer world, with its promise of full-color printing at such a low price . But is it to be believed?