This is one of the strangest videos ever. Octogenarian John Predescu demonstrates how to play Ping Pong with a 3D-printed Springball that you can purchase at Shapeways.
Northwestern University student Ben Rothman set out to create a build 3D model of the NU campus and then produce it on a 3D printer.
The Voxeljet Concept conveyor belt "continuous" 3D printer has a build area of 800mm x 500m by "infinity!" This is a revolutionary idea.
London student Luc Fasaro is using 3D printing to design and print ultra light and perfected fitted shoes for the 2016 Olympics. Video.
We are about to witness the most innovative decade in history, says a columnist in Forbes. And 3D printing will play a big role.
Matt Groening and David X. Cohen, the executive producers of Futurama, are big fans of 3d printing, and are more specifically, Makerbotters. Listen to them tall about their love for 3D printing.
Makerbot cut the delivery time for a Replicator 3D printer from 12 weeks to 30 days or less. In fact, last week they shipped one on the same day it was ordered!
What if you could 3D print new organs, rather than waiting for a transplant? It's being done now by Dr. Anthony Atala, as he discusses in this excellent, and inspiring, TedTalk.
NPR's Science Friday's host Ira Flatow interviewed three important people in the 3D printing world this week. He welcomed guests Bre Pettis, Terry Wohlers and Hod Lipson. Listen in on this great 23 minute recording.
Microsoft used 3D printers in a super secret, high-security underground bunker to design the new Surface tablet computer.
3D printing service Shapeways has announced a $6.2 million funding round, plus that they have 3D printed and sold one million objects.
Objet 3D printers now can print any of up to 107 materials, and they can print up to 14 different materials in one model.
3D printer company Objet donated 70 incredibly beautiful art pieces to non-profit organizations who work with at-risk youth. Enjoy the video of the models and their making.
Here are nine ways that I see the new technology of 3D printing will disrupt the future. All for the better.
Andrew Leinonen has created a step-by-step Instructable on how he has used a 3D printer to create a custom bike frame.