This 15-minute webinar looks at the capabilities 3D printers will need to have to fulfill the dream of the third industrial revolution.
Skylar Tibbits gives a TED Talk on his research with 4D printing, where 3D printed parts can transform from one shape to another shape directly on their own
Gartner researchers are paid big bucks to make technology forecasts, and a new report says 3D printing is going to continue with its rapid spread and inviting price drops.
Here’s a yet another infographic on 3D printing. The first half is good, but the second half, the future timeline, is way too conservative. But take a look for fun.
I heard author Hod Lipson speak at the White House Science of Digital Fabrication meeting at MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, and here was a guy who understood my space.
It may not be apparent according to the media, but numbers don’t lie, and Thingiverse numbers clearly indicate an exponential increase in the rate of uploads.
In this Expand discussion, great minds in the industry explain what they think the future of 3D printing looks like.
I see a lot of odd videos on Youtube about 3D printing, but this one takes the cake, and was just begging for me to have a little fun with it.
Dale Dougherty, Founding Editor and Publisher of MAKE magazine, started out his talk by simply stating: “Digital Fabrication is about how to help people make things.”