In this short video, Scott from The Tech Feed takes a look at three sick products he saw at Maker Faire Bay Area 2013.
There’s a new service called Teleport It 3D that protects designers from having their designs stolen by transferring prints instead of CAD files.
You may not know that there are companies with real plans to 3D print structures in space, but the idea has permeated into the gaming world, so you can rest assured that it’s a solid concept.
Tablets have brought touch interaction to the forefront, and now Autodesk has released a powerful and intuitive sculpting app for iPads.
The ever expanding Thingiverse announced an API supporting the creation of apps that incorporate Thingiverse content, allowing for the modification and combination of all things.
A free web service from Econolyst tells you if your 3D object will print properly and how much it will cost.
Princeton students create a program called Chopper that breaks large 3D prints down into small, connectable pieces.
MAKE Magazine has published their first comprehensive guide on 3D printing, called the Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing.