This project is just another relatively unknown project, which alone won’t change the world. But 3D printers in the hands of millions of creative people is a revolution.
Cody Wilson started DEFCAD for the purposes of hosting digital fires for 3D printing firearms. Now he’s gone to the dark side and will host IP-protected files.
The new Objet30 OrthoDesk 3D printer is designed especially for smaller orthodontic labs and clinics, making digital orthodontics now accessible for facilities of all sizes.
A Stratasys Objet Connex Multi-Material 3D printer has just printed these functional keyboards in one run, no assembly was required.
Three U.C. Berkeley students have just developed a 3D printing vending machine. The first prototype is at their campus, but they have bigger plans.
Last night Shapeways wowed fashionistas at the Ace Hotel in New York with a 3D printed gown that was worn by none other than queen of burlesque Dita Von Teese.
While the Stratasys has been spending time and energy on the merger with Objet, they still managed to report outstanding numbers.
CBS This Morning: Saturday and Al Jazeera both had segments on 3D printing this weekend. Both were more interested in the dangers than anything else.
YES, it will change the world! Come on media, time to start calling these videos “3D Printing is Changing the World.”