We continue on the subject of 3D printing and intellectual property, picking up in the discussion between Donnie Designer, a producer of expensive accessories, and his advisor, Manny Lawsuits.
Slated to be the home of the first National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (NAMII), Youngstown, Ohio may have a bright, productive 3D printing future.
“Bioprinted” meat is on the way. It’s just a way of using bioprinting, which has been used by companies to produce human tissue and organs.
Google is famous for how it treats it's employees. One of the perks is their onsite cafeteria, where they get free meals. We just learned that in their kitchen is a 3D pasta printer!
Price check ceramic, elastic, glass, metal, plaster, plastic, precious metal and sandstone 3D model printing from i.Materialise, Kraftwurx, Ponoko, Shapeways and Sculpteo. Instantly!
Bloomberg caught up with Shapeways’ Duann Scott at this year’s Northside Festival and talked to him about how Shapeways is disrupting the 3D printing marketplace.
A Makerbot Replicator clone project has been put up at Kickstarter. While legal (we assume), we think it's despicable.
Objet just put out a new video they've created on MIT's Neri Oxman’s May 2012 exhibit entitled ‘Imaginary Beings, Mythologies of the Not Yet’ at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Objet's Tuan Tranpham sent us two graphics he created that provide an overview and matrix of the 3D printer market.
The Fayetteville Free Library in New York public library addresses the lack of accessibility to 3D printing created by cost barriers.
The next rover is being designed as we speak. When we do land the first rover on Mars--or maybe first an asteroid--the astronauts will be driving a rover with 3D-printed parts.
We may be flying the world in 3D-printed planes by 2050. Airbus is exploring the concept of printing the airplane with an estimated 80 meter square 3D printer.
Here's an infographic that gives a very general picture of how 3D printing works, industry growth, 3D printing stocks, and more.
The traditional building construction process is horribly archaic. A process called Contour Crafting hopes to modernize the industry with 3D printing..
The 3D printed rifle caused quite a ruckus. What are the legal ramifications of the ability to create firearms with 3D printers? What does the future hold for gun laws?