Sometimes it takes a 10 year old, like this young inventor Schuyler St. Leger to explain things to grownups. He tells us why he loves 3D printing and in particular why he loves his Makerbot 3D printer.
3D printing is growing rapidly and soon will be at a tipping point. You know this, we know this. But do you know how to invest in the stocks that will participate in the growth?
This excellent 15-page special report from ACUS.org answers the question, could 3D printing change the world? The PDF is available for download. It's a must-read.
Get Connected interviews John Biehler about his Makerbot Thing-O-Matic 3D printer. John provides an overview and shows some of the items he's created.
Brooklyn startup Solidoodle has recently introduced their Solidoodle 3D printer…for only $699. That makes it the first fully assembled 3D printer under $1,000.
Z Corporation's V.P. Joe Titlow gave a presentation at TCT Live 2011, regarding the company’s latest product and material advancements. Here's a video of it that's worth watching.
Time magazine has products a great video production on 3D printing that highlights Makerbot and its CEO Bre Pettis. He gives viewers a great tour of his facilities and what people are printing with his $1300 Makerbot Thing-O-matic 3D printer.
The most complex object ever 3D printed at Shapeways is the Animaris Geneticus Parvus, a Strandbeest by Theo Jansen. Is it alive?
The Roland DG iModela iM-01 3D printer is an inexpensive desktop device that mills wax, foam, balsa wood and plastic materials commonly used in craft and hobby projects.
I’ll tell you how you can customize and send to print a 3D item in 10 minutes. You can even make something for free.
In this episode of My Design Life, Lisa S. Roberts and Maria Eife explore 3D printing and how it is used in design.
The EndlessForms.com website lets visitors experience evolution through 3D modeling and 3D printing.
3D printing will bring a rusted America back to its shining glory, in the new 'post-manufacturing age.'
The new environmentally-friendly and highly efficient prototype vehicle, the Urbee (URban Electric with Ethanol), is a two passenger hybrid car whose body was made entirely using 3D printing.
We know that 3D printers will eventually take over the manufacturing of just about everything, but we didn’t think that we see criminals find a use for them as early as 2011. Last week the blog Krebs On Security brought to light how an ATM [...]