This full twin tip skateboard deck was printed by 3DPRINTUK, a UK print service. Though it’s sturdy enough to ride, it may not withstand dropping onto any rails.
Taking designs from the drawing boards to real-world models is an important step in product development, and now the Hyperloop has passed that step.
Starting with 3D Systems founder Charles Hull experimenting with rapid prototyping in 1984, to printing a human jaw in 2013, this infographic takes you through three decades of 3D printing history.
To bring attention to public domain patents, patent lawyer Martin Galese is dusting the dust off old patents and uploading designs to Thingiverse.
And one of the coolest things to see at Comic-Con this year is the giant robot in this video, partially created with a Stratasys 3D printer.
Watch the video to heat their story of how the Makerbot Replicator 2 has helped moved forward this motorized skateboard of the future..
In order to present a more realistic doll than Barbie, Nickolay Lamm 3D printed a doll with the dimensions of an average 19 year old.